The Farmingdale School District will be closed on Monday and Tuesday, the district announced on its website.
Many in Farmingdale remain without power and Nassau County officials say ongoing issues in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, including dangerous road conditions and gas shortages, are contributing to the closures around Long Island.
There is no immediate information about Tuesday's polling places.
Many area school districts made the decision after a meeting Sunday with the council of Nassau County Superintendents. That group was informed "of the fragility to the infrastructure in bringing all of our schools online prior to a full return of energy resources," said Dr. Lorna Lewis, superintendent of the nearby Plainview-Old Bethpage School District. "There is a real concern about schools using these scarce resources that might otherwise be needed for first responders."
Area schools that changed their decision to open on Monday include Hicksville Public Schools and Oyster Bay-East Norwich Central Schools. Both will remain closed Tuesday, the districts announced. Plainview will open Tuesday if they can; the district still lacks power in its high school and several other schools.
Bethpage schools, however, have decided to open on Monday and hold school on Tuesday, Election Day.