Students in most Midlands public schools will be returning to classes Monday.
All Lexington County public school districts, as well as Richland 2, are reopening on time Monday, according to the districts.
In Richland 1, Webber Elementary in Lower Richland will remain closed, while all other Richland 1 schools will open on a two-hour delayed start. That means buses will pick up students two hours later than the normal pickup times, and classes will begin two hours later than normal.
Webber Elementary, in Eastover, was still without power Sunday, according to a Richland 1 news release, and power was not expected to be restored by Monday morning.
Kershaw County schools will be closed Monday, primarily because of power outages, a district spokeswoman said. All after-school events and activities are canceled at all schools, but administrators and other 12-month employees will report to work at 10 a.m. Monday. Maintenance staff will report to work on time.
Public schools in Richland and Lexington counties were ordered by Gov. Nikki Haley to close Oct. 5-7, as Hurricane Matthew approached the state. Some schools were used to shelter evacuees.
Also Monday, students at the University of South Carolina will resume classes.