CLEVELAND - As northeast Ohio thaws from its polar vortex deep freeze, people in the greater Cleveland area are getting back to their daily routines as schools start to re-open.
Early Wednesday morning, Cleveland Metropolitan District Schools CEO Eric Gordon tweeted the news that all but one of the city's public schools will be open.
The lone exception was Jane Addams Business Careers Center, which is without heat. No time table for its re-opening has been released.
However, later in the morning, two more Cleveland schools closed.
Memorial Pre K-8 School is experiencing trouble with its heat so officials are sending children home. Those who can't get home are being kept under supervision at the school.
Euclid Park School is also being closed today but because of water pressure issues in the area. Likewise, students are being sent home or watched at school.
Parents and Caregivers: Jane Addams Business Careers Center is closed today (no heat). All other @CLEMetroSchools will re-open today.— Eric S. Gordon, CEO (@EricGordon_CEO) January 8, 2014
@Charr_H4J We plan to be open and can't wait to have our scholars back! Happy New Year!— Eric S. Gordon, CEO (@EricGordon_CEO) January 7, 2014