Storm forces closure of some LA-area schools

As heavy rain continues to come down on Southern California Tuesday morning, Jan. 10, flooding roadways and threatening debris flows, some LA-area schools are shifting to remote learning or sending students to alternative sites.

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Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District announced that all Malibu schools will be closed for the day and classes will take place online. Santa Monica schools, on the other hand, remain open.

Los Angeles Unified School District reported that access to Topanga Elementary School is restricted because of the ongoing weather conditions and will remain closed until further notice. Students, teachers and staff are being sent to Canyon Charter Elementary School, 421 Entrada Drive, in Santa Monica.

This is a developing story, check back for more information.

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