UPDATED: See which Greater Houston area schools, colleges have announced closures

Several school districts are closed Monday and Tuesday  due to flooding in the Greater Houston area

Several school districts are closed Monday and Tuesday due to flooding in the Greater Houston area

Updated 1:35 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30

Several public school districts and colleges throughout the Greater Houston area will remain closed throughout the week, due to torrential rain and flooding caused by Tropical Storm Harvey. The following districts and colleges have reported closures as of the time of publication:

Closed until Sept. 5

  • Klein ISD

  • Spring ISD

  • Katy ISD

  • Fort Bend ISD

  • Humble ISD

  • Tomball ISD

  • Cy-Fair ISD

  • Lamar CISD

  • Pearland ISD

  • Alvin ISD

  • Stafford MSD

  • Houston Community College

  • Lone Star College System (all campuses)

  • San Jacinto College

  • New Caney ISD

  • Friendswood ISD

  • Conroe ISD

  • Sam Houston State University

  • Magnolia ISD

  • Montgomery ISD

  • Willis ISD

  • University of Houston (including Sugar Land campus)


Closed until further notice

  • Texas State Technical College - Fort Bend campus


After-school activities in various districts have also been canceled or rescheduled. For more information check local school district web pages and social media accounts, and follow www.communityimpact.com for area coverage of Tropical Storm Harvey's effects.













 


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