Here's an up to date listing of which school districts in the Brazos Valley are open and which ones and closed. This list is being updated as school districts announce plans for this week and information comes in.
Anderson-Shiro ISD - classes resume Monday
Bremond ISD - classes resumed Friday
Caldwell ISD - Staff Returns Thursday - Students Return Friday
Calvert ISD - staff returns Friday at 8a.m. Students return on Monday.
Coldspring Oakhurst CISD are closed through Friday
Conroe ISD - some schools resume Monday -- log on to the district's website for more details.
First Baptist School in Caldwell - Open Thursday - Students need to bring a sack lunch and drink.
Franklin ISD - classes resume Monday
Gause ISD - School is Closed Tuesday and Wednesday unless power is returned.
Huntsville ISD - classes resume Monday
Iola ISD - Teachers report Monday; student return Tuesday.
Lone Star College - closed Tuesday.
Madisonville CISD - classes resume Monday
Magnolia ISD - Closed through Monday.
Montgomery ISD - classes resume Monday
Mumford ISD - staff returns Thursday at 11a.m. and student return to school Friday.
Navasota ISD - Staff report at normal times Friday, students return Monday.
New Caney ISD - Closed through Friday.
New Waverly ISD - Closed Tuesday.
Normangee ISD - classes resume Monday
North Zulch ISD - School Open Friday
Richards ISD - closed through Friday
Richards is under a Boil Water Notice
Sam Houston State University - classes resume Monday
Somerville ISD - classes resume Monday
Splendora ISD - Closed for the rest of the week.
St. Anthony's Religious Education classes cancelled Wednesday.
Texas A&M-Galveston has cancelled classes untll further notice. Texas A&M's College Station campus is preparing for Galveston classes that are scheduled to begin Wednesday. Contact Texas A&M for more information.
Willis ISD - classes resume Monday
Further closings in the aforementioned districts are possible.
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