Frozen pipes and heating problems have closed a number of schools in southwest Connecticut.

Fairfield Ludlowe High School is closed Monday due to frozen water pipes.

Park City Magnet School, at 1526 Chopsey Hill Road in Bridgeport is also closed due to burst pipes, according to Av Harris, Bridgeport’s director of legislative affairs and public policy.

Harris said some pipes burst in a second-floor bathroom, causing flooding in a hall way, one or two classrooms and the school’s cafeteria.

Fairfield Wheeler School in Bridgeport is also closed because of “heat related problems” in the building.

A burst pipe has also closed Dunbar Elementary School in Bridgeport.

The Gaelic-American Club in Fairfield is also closed Monday because of a burst water pipe.

In Norwalk, following the extreme cold this weekend, Wolfpit Elementary School had no heat Monday morning.

All arriving students, both those on buses and walkers, were transported by school buses to Norwalk High School for classes Monday.

Students will return to Wolfpit for dismissal this afternoon was usual, school officials said.