Memorial School, Monmouth Beach Elementary school reopen after Sandy damage

Both schools had flooding damage caused by the late October storm.

Both schools had flooding damage caused by the late October storm. (6/2/13)

UNION BEACH - Two Monmouth County schools will reopen tomorrow for the first time since Superstorm Sandy struck the East Coast.

Students will return to Memorial School after being split between St. Katherine's in Middletown and Holy Family in Hazlet.

Monmouth Beach Elementary will also reopen.

Both schools had flooding damage caused by the late October storm. Repairs have been a major priority for school officials who wanted to get students back into their school before the school year ends on June 27.

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