Tomball ISD announced on its social media pages Feb. 17 that all schools and facilities will be closed through Friday, Feb. 19. Additional communication will follow as power is restored, the district said.
Due to weather conditions, Tomball ISD has made the decision to CLOSE all schools & facilities through Friday, Feb. 19. More communication to follow, as power returns. Stay safe and warm. pic.twitter.com/4QferqcM9x
— Tomball ISD (@TomballISD) February 17, 2021
Updated Feb. 16
Tomball ISD has extended its closure through Thursday, Feb. 18, meaning no remote learning or in-person classes will take place, the district announced on social media Feb. 16. The district will announce plans for Friday later in the week. The district previously said class days will not have to be made up, as the district will request a waiver from the Texas Education Agency for the inclement weather.
Updated Feb. 15
Tomball ISD students will have no remote learning or in-person instruction Feb. 16 as power outages sweep the Greater Houston area, according to a statement from the district on its social media pages Feb. 15. The district's scheduled professional development day for Feb. 15 has also been canceled.
Due to widespread power outages today's remote Professional Development has been canceled. We will also cancel all remote learning for students tomorrow, February 16.
Stay safe and warm. pic.twitter.com/6ILtYpShdI
— Tomball ISD (@TomballISD) February 15, 2021
Posted Feb. 12
Tomball ISD students will go into remote learning Feb. 16 as schools and other facilities will be closed due to inclement weather, according to a Feb. 12 news release.
The facility and campus closures come in preparation for expected dangerous road conditions amid inclement weather, according to the release.
District schools and facilities will be closed Feb. 15 in observance of the Presidents Day holiday. In-person instruction is expected to resume Feb. 17.