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Duval schools cancel summer programs Wednesday due to Elsa

Health department reports roughly twice the COVID-19 cases as DCPS dashboard
Health department reports roughly twice the COVID-19 cases as DCPS dashboard

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – All Duval County Public Schools student-related summer programs have been canceled on Wednesday as Jacksonville braces for the impact of Tropical Storm Elsa, the district announced.

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DCPS said the cancelations include Summer Rise, summer school, all summer camps and all other extracurricular activities.

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Twelve-month employees are still being asked to report to work as normal or take leave according to normal procedures.

DCPS said any changes updates will be posted to its website.

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Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry also said Tuesday that city-run pools and summer cams will also be closed Wednesday.