CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — Tropical Storm Nicholas formed in the Southern Gulf of Mexico on Sunday. Many school districts are playing it safe and going ahead and closing their doors ahead of the expected heavy rains.
Most recently, Gregory-Portland ISD and Taft ISD announced they will release students early due to the potential for tropical storm force winds.
Elementary schools in GPISD will be released at 11:45 a.m. and middle and high schoolers will be released at noon.
Taft students will be released at 11:30 a.m.
Schools that cancelled classes Monday are as follows:
- Corpus Christi ISD
- Kingsville ISD
- Bishop CISD
- Aransas Pass ISD
- Santa Gertrudis ISD
- Driscoll ISD
- Refugio ISD
- Aransas County ISD
- Ricardo ISD
- Sinton ISD
- Robstown ISD
- Ingleside ISD
- Odem ISD
- Port Aransas ISD
- Riviera ISD
- Austwell-Tivoli ISD
- The Diocese of Corpus Christi (all locations)
- Collegiate High School
- Flour Bluff ISD
- John Paul II High School
- Tuloso Midway ISD
- Banquete ISD
- Brooks County ISD
- West Oso ISD
- Richard Milburn Academy
- Seashore Charter Schools
- Woodsboro ISD
- School of Science and Technology (all campuses)
- South Texas Vocational Technical Institute
- Second Baptist Child Development Center
- Annapolis Christian Academy
Del Mar College has decided to cancel classes for Monday, Sept. 13 and Tuesday, Sept. 14.
Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi is going virtual Monday, Sept. 13. through Tuesday, Sept. 14.
Texas A&M University- Kingsville has decided to Monday, September 13.
All Coastal Bend College sites have canceled all classes for Monday, September 13.
We will continue to update this list as more information is received.
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