Updated September 28, 2019 09:13:23 A Florida school will reopen as a high school this week after the school was evacuated because of high winds, authorities said.
Volusia County Schools spokeswoman Stephanie Riddle said the school will be open on Monday, although some staff may need to be taken to a different location.
The high school in Lakeland will be reopened on Tuesday and Wednesday, Riddle added.
Schools have been closed due to the hurricane.
The Volusian Islands National Seashore announced on Wednesday that it will be closed until further notice because of hurricane conditions.
The Florida Department of Education and the Florida Department for Children and Families said the evacuation of the Lakeland High School will take place Monday at 9:30 a.m.
The school is expected to be open to the public on Tuesday.
Florida Department of Transportation officials told the Miami Herald that the evacuation will not affect the flow of students, faculty, staff and visitors.