Knox County Schools will reopen Friday after law schools closed Friday due to Hurricane Florence, and the state is working with schools to find new locations for students, schools and teachers.
The governor’s office said the state will work with law schools and other community leaders to find a new school.
The Knox County Sheriff’s Office and Knox County Fire Department have also reopened.
Matt Bevin and the Knox County Board of Education have scheduled a news conference at 1 p.m. today.
Here’s a rundown of the state’s responses: 1.
Knox County School System: Knox County, Tennessee, was hit hard by Hurricane Florence in October and was forced to shut down two schools.
A number of schools were closed on Friday as a precaution, including two law schools.
In the meantime, law school students are returning to their classrooms in a limited number of buildings.
The sheriff’s office says that most law school classrooms have been opened, but there will be some open spaces.
Knoxville Police Department: The Knoxville police department says it will begin the process of releasing school records that would have been lost due to the hurricane.
Officials say that it’s a “critical” step in helping them locate and retrieve school records, which have been in the hands of a private firm since the storm.
Knox University Medical Center: The hospital said Friday that it will reopen Saturday, but that it is unable to offer any information about the closure because of the “high volume” of calls that have come in since the first day of classes.
The University of Tennessee Health Science Center: Tennessean reporter Mark Berman reports that the university’s health care system, which provides health care to more than 30,000 Tennesseans and more than 40,000 visitors annually, has been closed and is not accepting students.
It’s unclear when the university will reopen.
The Children’s Hospital of Tennessee: Children’s hospitals across the state are now accepting students from Tennessee schools as well as from other states.
According to Tennessee’s Department of Education, the hospitals will be open from Thursday through Monday, with some open on weekends.
The department says that the hospital’s medical staff and staff at the other hospitals will remain in place, and that students will be allowed to visit at the hospital until Monday.
Tennessee Department of Transportation: The state has issued emergency orders for public transportation in the state, including the interstate highway system, to remain open as long as they are safe.
The order also calls for the state to work with the National Guard and local authorities to provide access to roads and bridges that were closed due to flooding.
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation: The Tennessee Department and the Tennessee Bureau for Investigation are working together to investigate a fire that broke out in the Tennessee State Capitol building on Friday, and an investigation is underway.
The FBI says it is aware of the fire, and it is assisting in the investigation.
Tennesse Valley State College: The college said it will open on Saturday, and students will continue to attend classes on Monday.
The Franklin County Schools: The Franklin district is opening at 6 a.m., and students have until 9 a.p.m..
The district has been without a school for several days as a result of the hurricane and its effects.
It said the district has closed several campuses and will reopen on Saturday.
Tennessee Highway Patrol: The highway patrol says it’s continuing to assist with the search for two people in a stolen vehicle that crashed on Interstate 40, and said it is not releasing the name of the driver.
It says it has released information on the crash and the investigation is ongoing.
Tennessee Children’s Bureau: The agency says it expects to reopen Monday.
Tennesee County Public Schools: According to the Tennessee Department for Children, the district is open for all classes on Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, and will remain open until the storm is over.
Knox Elementary: The school is open, and all grades are back in session, but it is unclear when students will return to the classroom.
The Henderson County Public School District: The district is still closed and not accepting all students.
There is no word on when classes will reopen for students.
Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission: The commission is open and expects to be open Monday, and a news release is expected to be released on Monday, according to the commission’s website.
The Northside County Schools District: Northside, Tennessee (population: 4,800), is in a mandatory evacuation zone and is receiving help from the federal government.
Schools were closed Friday and Monday due to Harvey.
It is also receiving help with evacuations from the city of Memphis.
The Central Tennessee Community College District: Central Tennessee’s community college system is closing on Friday because of flooding.
The system is open from 9 a,m.
to 5 p., but classes are suspended at 9 a.,