Due to cold San Benito, Point Isabel to have remote instruction on Monday

Due to the cold, dreary weather that has made its way to the Valley, school districts are making adjustments to next week’s instruction.

Instruction for San Benito CISD and Point Isabel ISD will be conducted entirely online/remote on Monday, Feb. 15.

San Benito CISD’s announcement states that there will be no meal delivery via bus routes or curbside pick-up on Monday.

Additionally, the announcement states that its Child Nutrition Program will resume all methods of meal deliveries on Tuesday, Feb. 16, depending on the weather.

“We appreciate everyone’s assistance in upholding the health, safety and well-being of our students, staff and community as a top priority,” San Benito CISD’s announcement states. “Please be safe and know that key district leaders will continually monitor the weather conditions during the next several days and provide updates if deemed necessary.”

Point Isabel ISD

School district officials announced that they have been monitoring the cold front that has arrived in the Valley, as well as the second one that is expected to impact the area on Sunday night.

In addition to having 100 percent remote instruction on Monday, Point Isabel ISD will have a delayed start of school on Tuesday.

Elementary students will report to campus at 10 a.m. Buses will start their routes at 9:30 a.m.

Secondary students will report to campus at 10:30 a.m. Buses will begin their routes at 10 a.m.