Hurricane Irma Recovery

Our thoughts are with the residents of Florida as they work to recover from Hurricane Irma’s impact. DonorsChoose.org has created a recovery fund to directly support teachers in classrooms that have been damaged in the wake of the storm. Every dollar donated at DonorsChoose.org/hurricane-irma will be used to fund a classroom project in a school damaged by Irma.

More information about how DonorsChoose.org is supporting schools damaged by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.

 

Schools damaged by Hurricane Irma

We’ll continue to add to the below list as reports come in. As of September 20th, the schools we’ve confirmed have sustained damage include:

Broward County Public Schools

Falcon Cove Middle School

 

Collier County Public Schools

Gulf Coast Charter Academy South

 

Duval County Public Schools

Hendricks Avenue Elementary

 

Glynn County Schools

Burroughs Molette Elementary 

 

Hillsborough County School District

Lee Elementary School

 

Lake County Schools

Clermont Middle School

Umatilla Elementary School

Oak Creek Charter School

 

Lee County School District

Lehigh Senior High

Three Oaks Elementary School

Caloosa Middle School

Lehigh Elementary School

Riverdale High School
Mirror Lakes Elementary

Miami-Dade County Public Schools

Keys Gate Charter High School

Shenandoah Middle School

 

Monroe County School District

Big Pine Academy

Sugarloaf School

 

Orange County Public Schools

West Orange High School

 

Pinellas County Schools

Melrose Elmentary School

 

Polk County School District

Bok Academy

 

Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools

Heard Elementary School

 

 

Volusia County School District

George Marks Elementary School

Coronado Beach Elementary
R.J. Longstreet Elementary
Ortona Elementary
Osceola Elementary

If there is a public school that has sustained severe damage from the storm that is not on the above list, please contact us.

 

Materials ordering for school districts impacted by Hurricane Irma

We’ve halted ordering for schools in areas that are recovering from the storm. We'll hold funded project orders for schools and teachers from the districts listed below until schools are able to reopen, relocate, or securely receive deliveries.

Florida:

  • Monroe County