Dallas: Several North Texas schools closed today due to heavy damage from severe storms

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Sunday’s severe storm resulted in the cancellation of the school of Two North Texas school districts today. In fact, So many Dallas and Garland ISD schools were closed due to the damage.
According to reports, at least one tornado touched down the state Sunday night. Authorities are working on the repair and trying to estimate the total damage caused by the storms.
Dallas Independent School District announced that these schools will remain closed for Monday:
  • Walnut Hill Elementary School
  • Twain Elementary School
  • Thomas Jefferson High School
  • Thelma Page Richardson Elementary School
  • South Oak Cliff at Village Fair
  • Roosevelt High School
  • Pershing Elementary School
  • Kramer Elementary School
  • Joe May Elementary School
  • Hillcrest Elementary School
  • Hexter Elementary School
  • Franklin Middle School
  • Francisco Medrano Middle School
  • Foster Elementary School
  • Dealey Montessori
  • Cigarroa Elementary School
  • Cary Middle School
  • Caillet Elementary School
  • Burnet Elementary School
Further reports from the authorities state that the Walnut Hill Elementary School suffered a total loss due to water and gas leakage inside.
Jefferson High School was also hit by the tornado and damaged badly. This school has some of the construction part going on. It’s some of the sections ripped apart and flipped onto the top of a vehicle parked in the parking lot.

The district released statements for staff at Cary, Cigarroa, Walnut Hill, and Thomas Jefferson schools to report at the Thomas Edison Learning Center on Singleton Boulevard by 10 a.m. The Staff at Pershing school must report to the Dallas ISD Administration Building on Central Expressway at 10 a.m.
After analyzing the serious issues, Richardson ISD decided to close all schools on Monday. 
Grand Prairie High School will start school at 10 a.m. due to a power outage. Buses might delay on a two-hour duration.

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