UPDATE: Humble ISD classes to resume Sept. 15

Humble ISD officials announced Sept. 13 that all classes will be canceled Sept. 14 due to anticipated inclement weather from Tropical Storm Nicholas. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Humble ISD officials announced Sept. 13 that all classes will be canceled Sept. 14 due to anticipated inclement weather from Tropical Storm Nicholas. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Humble ISD officials announced Sept. 13 that all classes will be canceled Sept. 14 due to anticipated inclement weather from Tropical Storm Nicholas. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Updated Sept. 14 at 11:15 a.m.

Following class cancellations Sept. 14 due to Tropical Storm Nicholas, Humble ISD will resume classes Sept. 15, district officials announced Sept. 14.

According to the announcement, district officials are checking all buildings to ensure campuses are ready for students to return Sept. 15.

Posted Sept. 13 at 6:23 p.m.

Humble ISD officials announced Sept. 13 that all classes will be canceled Sept. 14 due to anticipated inclement weather from Tropical Storm Nicholas.


There will not be school online or on campus so that students and staff can remain at home while there is the potential for heavy rainfall and hazardous road conditions from Tropical Storm Nicholas,” the announcement said.

Officials said any decisions regarding Sept. 15 classes will be posted on the district’s webpage Sept. 14.


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