Cy Fair ISD
February 3, 2011 by USA Post
Cy Fair ISD, Power outages are throwing an interesting twist to school officials this morning that there off campus for a period of time. The Cypress-Fairbanks Independent School District is the latest to announce that the campuses are open during rolling blackouts are expected to last between 15 to 30 minutes. It follows that Houston ISD is, though officials their suspect that the current is cut in two schools for reasons other than power outages. As we reported, students from Pin Oak Middle School moved to Challenge Early College High School in Houston Community College, and Kashmere High School class is held at Key East.
Klein ISD notifies parents via Twitter not to worry if they cannot get through school on the phone. This probably is a problem in other districts as well. Blame the power outages.
The rolling blackouts and extreme weather conditions across the state Wednesday forced a number of schools to close or move classes to a new location.
HISD this power to pin Oak Middle School has been restored. Children have not been moved to another location.
The power in Kashmir High School was restored and students at Key Middle School sent earlier today to return to their home campus.
HISD also said there would be no football games played Friday.
Fort Bend ISD, Alief ISD, Klein ISD and Cy-Fair ISD said the school is in session and will focus on failures to roll as they come.
Spring ISD will dismiss early due to power outages and the need to conserve energy. All schools dismiss three hours after the regular starting time. Transit buses will follow the early dismissal schedule. For more information on the exact time, contact your child’s school.
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