(KTXL) — Several school districts in the Sacramento area and Northern California started announcing their responses to the continued heavy rainfall and strong winds hitting the state.

Northern and Central California have seen flooding and power outages from fallen trees in recent weeks due to atmospheric rivers, storms that bring consistent rain over a period of hours and even days.

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Tuesday Closures:

Elk Grove Unified School District

Elk Grove Unified School District said that most schools would resume as normal, except for the following schools: C.W. Dillard Elementary School, Cosumnes River Elementary School, Joseph Sims Elementary School, Las Flores High School, William Daylor High School.

The district’s website will contain information for student meal distribution for the affected schools.

Grass Valley School District

The district released a statement that said “All Programs at Grass Valley School District will be closed today 1/10/23 due to a power outage affecting our schools.”

San Juan Unified School District

The district announced that classes resume at all campuses except for two: Grand Oaks Elementary, John Barrett Middle School. The morning and afternoon activities and programs are also canceled.

“Bagged lunches will be available for pickup between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. for students who desire a meal and can safely travel to and from the campuses.”

Sacramento City Unified School District

Five campuses are closed on Tuesday because they do not have electricity:

•Success Academy
•Sutterville Elementary
•Pony Express Elementary
•Rosa Parks K-8
•John Morse Therapeutic Center

Stockton Unified School District

Stockton Unified School District said they were canceling classes on Tuesday due to extreme weather conditions.

According to the school district, many of the schools have weather damage while the power outages have impacted their food supply.

The district said the safety of the students and staff is their number one priority.

Tahoe Truckee Unified School District

The district closed all schools and canceled all activities “due to high confidence in heavy snowfall throughout the day.

Monday Closures:

Monday, Jan. 9, a particularly strong storm is forecasted to hit Central and Northern California, and as the storm arrived, more districts announced canceled classes.

Amador County Unified School District

The district closed all campuses on Monday, Jan. 9.

Christian Brothers High School

The school canceled classes on Monday, citing the “potential for flooding in the region and that a number of families are struggling with power outages.”

The campus plans to be open again on Tuesday.

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Galt Joint Union Elementary School District

The district closed schools on Monday and is expecting to open on its normal schedule on Tuesday.

Jesuit High School

Jesuit High School in Sacramento canceled classes and closed the campus on Monday due to a power outage and trees down on the campus.

Lodi Unified School District

Four schools at the district are closed on Monday: Dorothy Mahin, Live Oak Elementary, Middle College High and Turner Academy.

Modesto City Schools

The school district plans on resuming classes as normal on Monday, Jan. 9.

Natomas Unified School District

District officials with Natomas Unified School District said that school resumes on Monday as normal, and that maintenance teams have been taking care of issues brought on by Saturday night’s storm.

“We ask for your patience and understanding throughout this week as there may be adjustments that may need to be made with classrooms and facilities due to the storm,” read a statement from the district.

River Delta Unified School District

The school district closed schools on Monday, Jan. 9 and Tuesday, Jan. 10.

Sacramento City Unified School District

Sacramento City Unified School District and Stockton Unified School District announced that they are canceling classes on Monday, Jan. 9, due to an upcoming winter storm, the districts said in separate statements.

A statement from Sacramento City Unified said that at least six schools are without electricity and that the expected strong winds and heavy rain overnight “make it necessary to close all campuses for the day for the safety of SCUSD students and staff.”

The district said that a downed tree also impacted the school telephone system, leaving some families unable to contact some schools directly until necessary repairs are made.

St. HOPE Public Schools

St. HOPE Public Schools closed the following campuses on Monday: Sacramento Charter High School, PS 7 Middle School and PS 7 Elementary School.

Stockton Unified School District

A statement from Stockton Unified said that “We are in direct communication with state and local officials. The safety and wellness of our students, teachers and staff is a top priority.”Storm leaves hundreds of thousands without power in Northern California

“We will continue to work closely with the Office of Emergency Services and state officials to keep you updated,” the statement said.

Some schools in Sonoma County also announced that they would be closed on Monday. See the list here.

Twin Rivers Unified School District

The Twin Rivers Unified School District advised that schools and the district office will open as scheduled on Monday.

The district said in a statement that damage around the district is minimal, with a few downed trees and damaged fences.