Two Northside ISD campuses remain closed for winter storm damage repairs

SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) – Two campuses in the Northside Independent School District remain closed to in-person learning.   Students at Mora Elementary and Harlan High School will conduct all virtual learning today as repairs continue following winter storm damage.

Spokesman Barry Perez told KTSA News they’re having water problems at Mora Elementary.

“Working to get water supplied to the campus is an ongoing issue that we’re trying to address,” Perez said.  The water was back on by 10:30 Monday morning.

It’s a different issue at Harlan High School.

“Some of the controls are needing to get back on line so that we can provide heat to the building and there’s also an issue providing hot water,” said Perez.

NISD officials are hoping to reopen both schools Tuesday.

As of Sunday afternoon, the majority of NISD schools no longer fall in areas where the boiling of water is recommended.

“However, as a precaution, bottled water will be available at each of our campuses,” said NISD Superintendent Brian Woods. “We do continue to recommend that in-person learners and staff members bring drinking water if they have it available to them.”


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