Florida schools scramble to get students back in class after Hurricane Michael
Florida Panhandle officials are trying to figure out how to resume classes after Hurricane Michael damaged or destroyed many schools last week. The challenge is especially daunting in Bay County, where schools are closed until further notice, the Florida Department of Education's website said Sunday. "I would say every single school in Bay County has some type of damage, some more extensive than others," said Steve Moss, vice chairman of Bay District School Board. "Some it'll probably take weeks or months to get online. Some it will take years.