Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Some N.J. Schools Reopen with No Heat, No Lunch

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

In Union Beach, school officials are working to find temporary classrooms for 720 students after the small town's single school was flooded by Hurricane Sandy,

In Moonachie, where many families were rescued from flooded homes by boats, military vehicles or dump trucks, parents are preparing to send their children to school in nearby Wood-Ridge for about a month.

And in Lincoln Park, schools will open for a half day today — without electrity — as officials try to resume classes after losing six days to the storm. No lunch will be served and kids have been warned to "dress appropriately," since boilers won’t be working.

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