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Schools remain closed because of Station fire


Some schools remained closed today because of the Station fire; others are operating on modified schedules. Here's a list:

-- Acton-Agua Dulce Unified is closed.

-- Glendale Unified is closed.

-- La Canada Unified is closed.

-- Pasadena Unified School District schools are on summer break, but sports practice sessions have been canceled. 

-- Burbank Unified School District campuses will be open, as will Glendale Community College.

-- Los Angeles Unified schools in Sunland and the eastern San Fernando Valley are not in session, but summer sports practices have been either canceled or appropriately modified.

-- Schools in the Saugus Union School District will remain open, but outdoor activities will be limited. Students with respiratory difficulties will be kept indoors during lunch and recess.

Source: City News Service

Photo: A sign warning of critical fire danger is seen burned among the ruins of a kiosk at the entrance to Vogel Flats campground in an area known as Stonyvale in Big Tujunga Canyon the Angeles National Forest northwest of Los Angeles on Tuesday morning, Sept. 1, 2009. Credit: AP Photo/Reed Saxon

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L.A. County Fire Department: The latest

Twitter: Follow @latimescitydesk | @latimesfires

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Art Center College of Design is also closed.

are we sure Mt Wilson is still alive and well?

wait is mount gleason middle school closed


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