Malibu Schools expected to be continued Monday

The temporary tow yard will run from May 27 to September 4, 2023. Photos by Samantha Bravo/TMT.

Malibu Pathway Executive Director Isaac Burgess released a statement in regards to the current weather conditions.

“We are monitoring weather conditions in the area and at this time we are planning for Malibu schools to be in session tomorrow, Mon, Feb. 5.

If this plan changes, we will notify you by 6:30 a.m. tomorrow. No notification means school is in session.

We recognize the severity of this storm and urge you to use your best judgment based on the conditions of where you live and your ability to safely travel to and from school locations. If you as a family choose to keep your student home from school tomorrow, we understand your concerns. Please contact your school attendance office to let your administration know.

Our campus facilities are in good condition and we expect that to continue. The City of Malibu and other agencies will be working to keep clear roads, remove debris and contain any mud flows to best keep Malibu residents safe. 

The safety and health of our students and staff are our top priorities. Please take extra care in your travels around our community and beyond.

You may follow the City of Malibu alerts and Malibu Radio KBUU at for updated information regarding Malibu roads, weather, surf and conditions.”