These San Antonio-area school districts are closed Friday due to wintry weather
SAN ANTONIO – Due to the forecasted wintry conditions in San Antonio and surrounding areas, several school districts are announcing closures for Friday. KSAT meteorologists are also forecasting below-freezing temperatures and a likelihood of wintry precipitation, beginning late Sunday and early Monday. Below are the schools that are closed on Friday:Bandera ISD“Bandera ISD has been monitoring weather conditions in the area. School will resume for students on Wednesday, February 17.”Hunt ISDKerrville ISD“Out of an abundance of caution for our students, staff and community, Friday, Feb. 12 will be an inclement weather day for KISD. You can get the very latest forecast anytime by bookmarking our weather page and downloading the KSAT Weather Authority App - available for both Apple and Android devices.
These San Antonio-area schools, colleges announce changes, closures
SAN ANTONIO – Following last week’s icy conditions and power outages, schools are still announcing changes and closures this week. Great Hearts San Antonio Schools - Classes expected to resume on Monday, Feb. 22. Premier High School San Antonio Windcrest - Classes resuming on Monday, Feb. 22. Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD - All SCUC ISD campuses will be open on Monday, Feb. 22 for both In Person and at-home learning. South San ISD - South San ISD campuses and offices will be closed through Friday.
Texas schools stay closed, online learning only through end of school year, Gov. Abbott said
SAN ANTONIO – Update 4/17/20:On Friday, Governor Greg Abbott announced that schools in Texas will remain closed through the end of the academic year. “Schools shall remain temporarily closed to in-person classroom attendance by students and shall not recommence before the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Previous story (**which is now out-dated)San Antonio-area school districts are announcing extended closures in response to the coronavirus pandemic. IDEA Public Schools announced Thursday that all of its public school campuses will be closed for the remainder of the school year and will continue to offer distance learning. IDEA’s school buildings will remain closed except for meals and childcare through August, school officials say.