School districts and colleges in southeast Houston have announced or plan to make their decisions on classes for Sept. 15 by the afternoon on Sept. 14.

Hurricane Nicholas made landfall overnight Sept. 13 along the Texas coastline, affecting the Greater Houston area into Sept. 14, according to the National Weather Service.

School district updates:

Clear Creek ISD officials will announce a decision no later than 8 p.m on Sept. 14 about Sept. 15 operations. The decision has not been communicated as of mid-afternoon Sept. 14.

Friendswood ISD will be open Sept. 15 on a regular schedule, the district said on Twitter. In addition, all extra-curricular activities will also resume as normal.

Pearland ISD will be open Sept. 15 after assessing all of its campuses and facilities and restoring power to all of them, the district posted on Twitter.

Alvin ISD will resume normal operations on Sept. 15, and the regular board meeting for Sept. 14 will go on as planned at 7 p.m. at Liberty Alumni Hall, located at 10855 Iowa Colony Blvd., Iowa Colony, AISD Director of Communications Renae Rives said in an email.

College updates:

The University of Houston-Clear Lake, including UHCL-Pearland and the Texas Medical Center locations, will reopen for normal operations on Sept. 15, according to a news release. Additionally, students and staff experiencing problems that could cause them to miss classes or work should contact their professors or supervisors as soon as possible.

Alvin Community College will reopen for normal operations on Sept. 15, ACC announced on Twitter.

San Jacinto College announced Sept. 14 campuses, classes and operations will open and resume as normal Sept. 15.

This page will be updated as school districts and colleges announce their decisions for Sept. 15.