1 Million Houston Students Out Of School Due To Severe Weather

Apr 19, 2016 by

More than 40 districts and universities canceled school as heavy rain and flooding inundated parts of Harris County and threatened nearby areas.

HOUSTON – Rain is expected to stick around for the next several days. Due to recent flooding, the following schools have announced closures and/or delays for Tuesday, April 19, 2016.

More than 1 million students in the Houston area had a weather-related day off Monday because of storms that dumped as much as 16 inches of rain.

More than 40 districts and universities canceled school as heavy rain and flooding inundated parts of Harris County and threatened nearby areas.

The closures included the Houston Independent School District, the largest in Texas with about 215,000 students, plus Texas Southern University and the Houston Community College System.

The more than 40,000-student University of Houston cited street flooding in calling off classes. Rice University also canceled school Monday.

Source: 1 Million Houston Students Out Of School Due To Severe Weather – Houston Public Media

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