September 1, 2017
Please read to the very bottom and click on the link for the microsoft form with some important questions
The district is expecting displaced students from all over the state and will have a plan in place by next Monday to support these students.
All support staff will be paid for the days we have missed due to the storm. Starting next Thursday(9/7), you will be able to use your discretionary days if you are unable to return to work. Please be sure to fill out the Microsoft form below to let me know that you will not be able to return.
Most campus fared well expect for Brookside Intermediate. They had about 4 inches inside the school. Teachers are there today packing up what is salvagable. Stewart, Goforth and LCI had some minor flooding. OVerall the district was pretty fortunate.
I will keep you posted as more information becomes available.
Michele Staley from Clear Brook said that there are lots of students out working in the hard hit neighborhoods. She said a great idea to support this work is to bring snacks, ice chests with drinks into these neighborhoods and share with the workers
Wedgewood-which is in our Pre-K-12 community was hard hit. THe principal is trying to set up childcare for Wedgewood students so that parents can get work done. She said her staff was hit hard and would not be able to man it so Ward and NPE offered. More info to come....
They are also providing meals to Title 1 students at McWhirter, League City and Landolt. Wedgewood's principal was worried that her students wouldn't be able to make it to Landolt so they may need some volunteers to help deliver meals to those hard hit neighborhoods. We will keep you posted.