School could be back in session on Monday depending on whether Three Village's school buildings have power, and if they do there will be school on Election Day, according to an announcement made Friday afternoon by school administrators.
However, the ability to hold classes remains a day-to-day decision with further determination to be made on Sunday, according to the announcement. Currently only two of the district's buildings have power.
"We have been in contact with LIPA, and although they are working to resolve the issue they can give us no definitive information as to when all eight buildings will be operational," superintendent Cheryl Pedisich said in a statement.
The superintendent's conference day, originally scheduled for Nov. 6, has been canceled so that classes can be held if the buildings have power once again. November 6 is also Election Day, and the administration encourages voters to arrive either before or after school hours because parking will otherwise be very limited at the polling sites.
"We have been working closely with our principals, emergency management team, and Board of Education, to make decisions that are in the best interests of our students, staff, and school community, with safety being the number one priority," Pedisch said.
The SAT exam originally scheduled at Ward Melville High School on Saturday has been rescheduled to Nov. 17, and the community swim has been canceled.