Houston ISD offers virtual learning at several campuses that are closed due to storm damage

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The winter storm threw a wrench into student learning plans for much of southeast Texas, and the problems are continuing to impact some students a full two weeks later.

Houston ISD, like so many others, canceled classes for students the week of the storm, continuing through Tuesday, Feb. 23. Students logged in for some virtual lessons on Wednesday, Feb. 24.

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On Monday, the school district announced that due to ongoing necessary repairs, several HISD campuses remain closed. Virtual instruction is being offered March 1 through March 3 for those campuses.

The campuses impacted are scheduled to reopen for face-to-face instruction on Thursday, March 4. However, if facility repairs are made sooner, officials said campuses that are ready will open for face-to-face instruction and parents and students will be notified by the school principal.

The list of impacted campuses and types of repairs are listed below:
  • Anderson ES - Water repairs
  • Durham ES - Water repairs
  • Fonville MS - HVAC repairs
  • Henry MS - HVAC repairs
  • Long MS - Water repairs
  • Pilgrim Academy - HVAC repairs
  • Rogers, T.H. - HVAC repairs


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