Illawarra schools at risk of being cut off by rising flood waters have announced plans to remain closed on Monday.
Albion Park Public School and Albion Park High School both posted announcements on their respective Facebook pages a short time ago that they will be closed to students and teachers on Monday.
"As you may be aware, there is currently an emergency situation in our community involving localised flooding that has closed road access in and out of Albion Park," the high school's administrators wrote.
"To ensure the safety of students and staff, a decision has been made that our school will not be operating Monday 10th February 2020. There will be no staff on site tomorrow."
Likewise, Albion Park Public School said it too would be "non-operational".
"No supervision will be available and there is strictly NO ACCESS to Albion Park Public School," the Facebook post read.
"We apologise for any inconvenience-we will assess access and safety regarding Tuesday.
"Please share with our community to ensure safety of students and families."
Reports coming in that Tullimbar Public School will also be closed to staff and students on Monday, however no official announcement has been made.
The school does not appear to have an official Facebook page but the closure information has been posted on the private Tullimbar Public School Parents page.
There is no news yet on whether the suburb's third school, St Joseph's Catholic High School, will be open or closed.