LIST: Schools closed, reopened in Sonoma County due to Camp Fire smoke

SONOMA COUNTY (KGO) —

Several schools in Sonoma County have reopened after being closed due to poor air quality caused by smoke from the Camp Fire.

RELATED: Camp Fire smoke from Butte County prompts Spare the Air Alert extension

Confirmed closures for Wednesday, November 14:
Gravenstein Union, Sebastopol
River Montessori, Petaluma

The following schools and districts have reopened:

School Districts
Alexander Valley Union, Healdsburg
Cloverdale Unified, Cloverdale
Cotati-Rohnert Park Unified, Cotati/Rohnert Park
Cinnabar, Petaluma
Dunham, Petaluma
Forestville Union, Forestville

Geyserville Unified, Geyserville
Guerneville School, Guerneville
Harmony Union, Occidental
Healdsburg Unified, Healdsburg
Mark West Union, Santa Rosa
Monte Rio, Monte Rio
Oak Grove Union, Santa Rosa
Petaluma City Schools, Petaluma
Piner-Olivet Union, Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa City Schools
Sebastopol Union, Sebastopol
Sonoma Valley Unified, Sonoma
Twin Hills, Sebastopol
Two Rock, Petaluma
Waugh, Petaluma
West Sonoma County Union High, Sebastopol/Forestville
Windsor Unified School District Windsor
Wright, Santa Rosa

Independent Charters/Universities/Other Programs
Credo High, Cotati/Rohnert Park
Kid Street Charter, Santa Rosa
Live Oak Charter, Petaluma
Pathways Charter (non-school day for staff development)
REACH Charter School
Sebastopol Independent Charter, Sebastopol
SCOE: Headwaters, Amarosa, special ed programs including Transition and preschool
Sonoma State University
UC Davis
Woodland Star Charter, Sonoma
Village Charter
West County Special Ed Consortium
Woodland Star Charter, Sonoma

As new information comes in this post will be updated.

See more stories, photos and videos on the Camp Fire in Butte County.

(Copyright ©2018 KGO-TV. All Rights Reserved.)