Neisd Schools

December 4, 2009 by  

Neisd:NEISD schools and offices, which opens on Friday, December 4, the National Weather Service is forecasting snow and hard freeze across parts of south-central Texas. On Friday, December 4th, light waves are possible to alleviate the morning, increasing to more accumulation of snow on a wide range of afternoon and early evening as temperatures fell throughout the day.

North East ISD is the safety of our more than 65,000 students and one of its priorities. The decision to close schools that have the best intentions in mind for our students, and only after very careful assessment.

Starts the evening before severe weather strikes. This is the district officials when they start the process of studying ways and weather conditions that may affect the schools that have opened the following day. Meanwhile, weather reports, and reports from the Ministry of Transportation is the state of Texas for continuous monitoring.

At 3:30 the next morning, the north-east of the Ministry of Transport survey begins road conditions. By 4 am, and the Department of Transport to begin a campaign in the streets to determine the severity of the weather.

By 6 in the morning of any severe weather, and the supervisor of the decision to close all schools on the basis of the findings of the Ministry of Transport, and reports from the Texas Department of Transportation and local weather reports.

For most of the information up to date, and urged parents to watch the local news, and listen to radio reports and NEISD visit the Web site. If it is the abolition of classes are held on June 4 and Feb. 15. If two days of stormy weather and there is a need, and teacher preparation day scheduled for June 4 will be held on June 5. If February 15 is used daily to bad weather, it will also become the third day of the teacher selection of staff affected.

Source: NEISD

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