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Some Horry schools remain closed due to Idalia’s damage. Athletic games to be rescheduled

Horrry County schools will operate on two different schedules Friday based on road conditions and access to certain schools due to the impact of Tropical Storm Idalia.

Some schools will remain closed and athletic competitions for Friday will be rescheduled, according to a release from the Horry County School District.

Schools will resume normal operations Friday in the attendance areas of Carolina Forest, Conway, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Socastee and St. James, the release said.

All extracurricular competitions and practices (athletic and other extracurricular) scheduled for Friday, Sept. 1, may continue for the Carolina Forest, Conway, Myrtle Beach, North Myrtle Beach, Socastee and St. James attendance areas.

Schools in the following attendance areas will be closed but will operate with an eLearning day for all students: Aynor, Green Sea Floyds and Loris.

Students who are unable to participate due to power outages, lack of internet service, or other barriers will have the opportunity to complete assignments at a later date.

All extracurricular competitions (athletic and other extracurricular) scheduled for Friday, Sept. 1, will be rescheduled for the Aynor, Green Sea Floyds and Loris attendance areas.

Students attending the following schools/programs will follow the above schedule (either normal operations or eLearning) designated for the attendance area of their family’s residential address: Academy for Arts, Science & Technology, Academy for Technology and Academics, Early College High School, Scholars Academy High School, SOAR Academy and Therapeutic Learning Center.

Bus transportation will not be provided to students residing in the Aynor, Green Sea Floyds, and Loris attendance areas.