All students across West Islip will be back in class on Wednesday.
Superintendent Richard Simon, who reported that power has been restored to Bayview and Kirdahy elementary schools, delivered that message to parents Tuesday morning.
On Tuesday, high school and middle school students went back to class while Kindergarten through grade five students were home for a seventh consecutive school day following Hurricane Sandy.
The power restoration to Bayview and Kirdahy eliminates the need for Bayview students to temporarily move to another school. In addition, the ASKUS after school program will also be up and running on Wednesday as well.
Simon said that faculty and building administrators would be working to indentify those students and families that are most in need in an effort to get financial assistance from the school district’s Lionheart Foundation.
Earlier this week, Lionheart announced that it was seeking monetary donations in an effort to help West Islip families most impacted by Sandy.