The 4,100-acre Lilac Fire was 75 percent contained as of Sunday night, but several school districts have announced they will remain closed Monday.
The San Diego County Office of Education announced that the Bonsall Unified School District, Fallbrook Union Elementary School District, Fallbrook Union High School District, Mountain Empire Unified School District, St. Peter the Apostle (Catholic school), Spencer Valley School District, and Valley Center Pauma Unified will not be reopening Monday.
The following districts and charter schools have announced they will be open Monday:
Bella Menter Montessori Academy (charter School)
Carlsbad Unified School District
Classical Academy and Classical Academy High School (charter schools)
Coastal Academy (charter school)
Epiphany Prep: Escondido campus (charter school)
Escondido Charter High School (charter school)
Guajome Park Academy (charter school)
Heritage K-8 (charter school)
Julian Union Elementary School District
Julian Union High School District
Momentum Learning juvenile court and community schools (operated by SDCOE: Youth Day Center, Breaking Cycles North County, Innovations Academy of Empowerment, North County Technology Academy
North County Academy (SDCOE-operated school)
North County Trade Tech High School (charter school)
Oceanside Unified School District
San Marcos Unified School District
Scholarship Prep (charter school)
Vista Unified School District
Warner Unified School District
All evacuation orders for the Lilac Fire were lifted Sunday after crews managed etch fire lines around 75 percent of the blaze.
All roads were reopened by about 4 p.m., including state Route 76, which was completely reopened between Oceanside and Interstate 15.
Visit the San Diego County Office of Education’s website for a full list of closures.
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