By LESLIE JONESPublished October 24, 2018 08:52:25PITTSBURGH, Pa.
(AP) The last of the schools in a rural Pennsylvania county that was destroyed by the devastating storms are back on the classroom grounds.
The Pittsburg County Public Schools have reopened after the storms hit the region.
The schools reopened Wednesday after Hurricane Harvey made landfall near Pittsburgh, but the majority of students are still being sent back to the main campus.
It is the last day of classes for all students.
The district says about 90 percent of the students are back in school.PITTINGTON, Pa., (AP)- The last day in school for nearly 30,000 students at a rural Pittsburgh public school is Monday.
The last day for all Pittsylvania students is Monday, the last of a week when schools were closed due to flooding and tornadoes.
More than 1,400 students are expected to return to school on Wednesday.