As the snow melts and winter storm effects linger, some Tyler-area school districts made the call to cancel classes for Monday, while some are moving forward in the classroom.
Due to the continuing boil water notice for the city of Tyler and the shortage of bottled water, Tyler ISD will not hold classes for students on Monday.
The district announced the cancellation of Monday classes on Sunday afternoon.
The announcement also asked staff to contact their supervisor for further guidance.
The city of Tyler projected on Sunday the boil water notice could end Tuesday.
On Sunday, Whitehouse ISD also announced the cancellation of Monday classes due to the district not having enough water. The city of Whitehouse also remains under a boil water notice.
Bishop Gorman Catholic School will not have in-person or virtual classes on Monday. Principal Zachary Allen said the plan is to have either in-person and online classes Tuesday, and if students can be in the building, classes will be held face-to-face.
Canton ISD said Sunday because of its city boil water notice classes will be held virtually on Monday and Tuesday.
Lindale ISD and Bullard ISD are both set to reopen for classes on Monday.
At both Winona ISD and Chapel Hill ISD, classes will be delayed by two hours on Monday.
Troup ISD and Arp ISD will both resume classes on Monday. Both the cities of Arp and Troup are under boil water notices.
Jacksonville ISD will be closed on Monday and reopen Tuesday.
Classes at Tyler Junior College will be held remotely for Monday, while staff and administrative employees will return to work at the main campus and all additional sites.
As restoration of heat and water at facilities could go into this coming week, UT Tyler classes will be held remotely this week, including the university’s campuses in Tyler, Longview, Palestine and Houston campuses.
University Academy classes are canceled for Monday and will be held online Tuesday through Friday.
TJC and UT Tyler students without access to the Internet or who cannot participate in remote classes should contact their professors.
Local school districts will also make announcements for closures on their respective Facebook pages.