Montgomery ISD will remain closed through Feb. 19, according to a news release from the district. No remote or in-person learning will occur on Feb. 19. In-person instruction is scheduled to resume on Feb. 22.
Updated 4:05 p.m. Feb. 16
Montgomery ISD will remain closed through Feb. 18, the district posted on Facebook. No remote learning is scheduled for Feb. 17 or 18.
The board of trustees meeting has been postponed from Feb. 16 to Feb. 23.
FEB 16 WEATHER UPDATE #2 – All schools and district offices closed through Thursday, Feb. 18 Due to continued power...
Posted by Montgomery Independent School District on Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Updated 11:50 a.m. Feb. 16
Montgomery ISD has canceled classes remotely and in person for Feb. 17 as hazardous road conditions and power outages continue in the district, MISD announced in a statement. The board of trustees meeting previously scheduled for Feb. 16 has been postponed to Feb. 18 at 7 p.m.
UPDATE: Due to power outages and unsafe road conditions, schools/district offices will remain closed through Wed, Feb. 17. No remote or in-person learning will occur. We are monitoring the weather and will provide additional updates as soon as possible.https://t.co/eNHyqSeYXE pic.twitter.com/su3DUyZJJC
— Montgomery ISD (@MISDNews) February 16, 2021
Updated Feb. 15
Montgomery ISD released a statement Feb. 15 canceling its all-remote learning day scheduled for Feb. 16. The district previously announced all students would shift to remote learning Feb. 16 as facilities closed amid inclement weather. However, no in-person or remote learning will take place Feb. 16, per the updated statement.
Additionally, the district plans to apply for a missed-school-day waiver from the Texas Education Agency, which would allow the district to not have to make up the instructional minutes, according to a statement from the district.
The MISD board of trustees meeting is still scheduled for Feb. 16.
Posted Feb. 12
Montgomery ISD students and staff will shift to virtual learning Feb. 16, as district facilities will be closed as a result of inclement weather, according to a Feb. 12 news release.
Due to likely unsafe road conditions resulting from inclement weather forecasted to impact our region, all MISD schools will shift to remote instruction on Tues., 2/16. Students will be contacted by schools regarding remote learning activities. More here: https://t.co/fmZdM1C3wt pic.twitter.com/DC7S5nKoOF
— Montgomery ISD (@MISDNews) February 12, 2021
District officials said the closure comes as preparation for dangerous road conditions as a result of forecasted inclement weather. As of Feb. 12, Montgomery County officials have already taken action to urge preparedness and have shut down nearby overpasses amid the inclement weather.
Extracurricular activities scheduled to take place Feb. 13 are expected to be held as normal, as well as the MISD board of trustees meeting Feb. 16 at 6 p.m.
Montgomery ISD will be closed Feb. 15 in observance of the Presidents Day holiday. In-person instruction is expected to resume Feb. 17.