Chapel Hill MP –
Chapel Hill ISD of Titus County has announced the school will close because of numerous illnesses. The announcement on Facebook said campuses would be closed Wed. Jan. 12 through Fri. Jan. 14 with classes to resume Tues. Jan. 18. Monday is a holiday for MLK Day. Students should check with sponsors/coaches about extracurricular activities.
Clarksville ISD will be closed until January 20. COVID illness among staff and students is the reason, and at this time, the high school will remain open.
Detroit ISD schools will be closed this week due to many staff/student absences, and classes will resume on Tuesday, Jan. 18. Monday is a student holiday in honor of MLK Day.
Harts Bluff ISD-
Harts Bluff has decided that in the best interest of its staff & students’ safety, due to staff illnesses & inability to cover all classes safely, it will close all campuses on Wednesday, Jan 12 until Friday, Jan 14. The district resumes classes Tuesday, Jan 18.
Honey Grove ISD
The Honey Grove ISD reported an unprecedented rise in COVID cases and have also closed their doors until Tuesday.
Hugo Public Schools announced Monday the district will be moving to distance learning, effective immediately until Tuesday, Jan. 18. Principals will supply teachers, students, parents, or caregivers with details about distance learning requirements. The district cited very high and increasing Covid numbers.
Paul Pewitt –
Due to illness, all Pewitt CISD Campuses and Offices will be closed for the remainder of the week. Classes resume on Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, on a regular bell schedule. Monday, Jan. 17, is a school holiday in honor of MLK Day. Due to this week’s school closure, the school district canceled all after-school activities. School officials are working to reschedule and will issue notifications of these changes as they become available.
The Rivercrest ISD will close the reminder of the week because a large number of students and staff were ill. Monday is a MLK Day and classes will resume on Tuesday.