SONOMA, Calif. - As fire containment increases and air quality improves, some schools around the Northern California fire areas are reopening and resuming outdoor activities, but scores of others remain closed.
in Sonoma County, the following districts opened Monday:
- Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified
- Fort Ross
- Monte Rio
- Montgomery Elementary School District
In Sonoma County, the following districts will be closed all week:
- Bennett Valley
- Mark West
- Piner Olivet Union
- Rincon Valley
- Santa Rosa City Schools
- Sonoma Valley
The following Sonoma County districts plan to open Tuesday:
- Alexander Valley
- Guerneville (tentative)
- Oak Grove
- Old Adobe
- Petaluma City Schools
- Sebastopol Union
- Sebastopol Independent Charter
- The Reach School
- Twin Hills Union
- Two Rock
- West Side
- West Sonoma County Union High
The following Sonoma County districts plan to open Wednesday:
- Cloverdale (tentative)
- Windsor (tentative)
Napa Valley Unified School District schools will reopen on Wednesday.
All Santa Rosa City Schools will remain closed this week.
Schools in Mendocino County opened Monday except for La Vida Charter School.
All Solano County Schools, Benicia Unified, Dixon Unified, Fairfield-Suisun Unified, Travis Unified, and Vacaville Unified opened on Monday. Vallejo City Unified will open Tuesday, as Monday was an already scheduled closure date for them.
Almost all of Marin County's public schools opened Monday, the county's schools superintendent said.
The College of Marin and Dominican University will also be open on Monday, Mary Jane Burke, Main County's superintendent of schools, said.
The schools in the city of San Rafael's elementary and high school districts and Nicasio school will be closed for previously scheduled staff development days, Burke said.
Sports activities are anticipated to resume Tuesday, Burke said.
Meanwhile, schools in the West Contra Costa Unified School District in Contra Costa County also reopened Monday, school officials said.