As Central Texas recovers from the impact of last week's deep freeze, some local school districts will be closed or conducting remote learning only this week.

Killeen, Belton, and Temple ISD will be serving meals while closed. More information on that below.

These are latest closings courtesy of our partners at News 10:


 

Schools

Belton ISDClosed Monday, February 22, with staff working remotely.
Bosqueville ISDClosed Through Monday - All BISD employees report to work Monday (2/22)
Bruceville-Eddy ISDClosed Monday - Staff Workday/No Students
Copperas Cove ISDOpen Monday - CCISD will resume classes, both virtual & on campus
Killeen ISDClosed Through Wednesday - Goal is to open all campuses Thursday
Killeen ISDClosed Monday
Mart ISDClosed Through Tuesday 2/23
Mexia ISDClosed Monday
Temple ISDDistrict-wide Remote Learning Day Monday
Westphalia ISDClosed Monday

UPDATE: In a news release issued at 9:06 PM Sunday, Rogers ISD will be closed Monday for students. Staff will have a workday.

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Killeen ISD campuses will be closed until at least Thursday, when district officials hope to have made adequate repairs and restored water service to all buildings.

Meanwhile, free meal pickups for children within the district will continue each day of the closure from 11AM to 1PM at these locations:

Temple ISD will serve free grab and go breakfast and lunch for enrolled children 18 and under from 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM at these locations (children do not have to be present if you're picking up on their behalf):

 

Belton ISD will serve grab and go breakfast from 7:30 AM to 8:30 AM and lunch from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM at all BISD campuses. Students do not need to be present, and no ID is required. Learning is expected to resume Tuesday, thought it was unclear if that would be virtual-only or face-to-face instruction. Watch for updates.

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