Update, 7:22 p.m.
St. Tammany Area Transit will resume operations on the western side of St. Tammany Parish starting Monday.
The on-demand transit service will be operate west of Louisiana Highway 434 only because of the threat for of flooding in eastern St. Tammany, according to a parish news release.
STAR Transit will reevaluate its service area, as the weather permits, for the remainder of the week after close consultation with the National Weather Service and Parish Emergency Operations Center personnel.
Update, 4:10 p.m.
All St. Tammany Parish Catholic high and elementary schools will be closed Monday.
Northlake Christian School will be open.
All St. Tammany Parish Schools will be closed Monday, officials announced Sunday afternoon.
"This historic flooding has impacted our community in many ways," Superintendent Trey Folse said in a statement. "We are continuing to work with St. Tammany parish officials and the Office of Emergency Preparedness to determine how to best move forward this upcoming week."
During this weekend's flooding near Covington, Covington High School was used as a shelter and Lyon Elementary sustained some water damage in some classrooms.