Spring ISD students will continue remote learning only Sept. 23 due to hazardous weather from Tropical Storm Beta, while Klein ISD will return to normal operations.
According to an announcement posted to SISD's Facebook page at roughly 9:30 p.m. on Sept. 22, all students and staff will be learning and working remotely Sept. 23.
KISD announced via Facebook at approximately 4:30 a.m. on Sept. 23 that students would return to their normal learning option—online or in person—and staff would be returning to their normal work location. Additionally, KISD meal distribution will resume Sept. 24, according to the announcement.
Posted Sept. 22 at 9:31 a.m.
Both Spring and Klein ISDs released announcements early Sept. 22 alerting families that in-person instruction will be canceled due to hazardous weather from Tropical Storm Beta. Instead, all students will switch to the districts' respective online learning platforms.
KISD's announcement, which was posted to the school website and to Twitter at roughly 7 a.m., stated that students will be switched to virtual learning only Sept. 22. Additionally, KISD announced via Twitter around 8 a.m. that the district's meal distribution will also be canceled due to the poor weather.
#Klein2Go Weather Watch:
All Klein2Go Stations are closed today due to weather.
Updated schedule will be posted shortly. pic.twitter.com/Yx4sP3gGM1
— Klein Food Services (@KleinISDFood) September 22, 2020
SISD also announced on Twitter and on the district website that all classes will be moved online; teachers will instruct students remotely; and after-school activities are canceled. Meal distribution for SISD has also been canceled, per an 8 a.m. Twitter announcement.
ATTENTION: As the safety of students and staff is our top priority, meal distribution for today, Tuesday, Sept. 22, has been canceled at all locations. Please be safe. pic.twitter.com/UMejyk83j6
— Spring ISD (@SpringISD) September 22, 2020