Updat4 4:20 p.m.: Panola College says its Shelby Regional Training Center will go virtual Monday and Tuesday because of a continued power outage.
"In-person classes normally held at SRTC will remain virtual Monday and Tuesday, with the exception of welding students who should check their student email or reach out to their instructor for more information, the college said. "All in-person classes, including cosmetology and vocational nursing, at Shelby College Center on Loop 500 in Center will resume on Monday, February 22, 2021."
Update: 1:15 p.m.: Carthage ISD will start school at 10 a.m. on Monday.
"Although temperatures are rising, most roads are clear, and snow is gone, still there are some areas of Panola County where trees overshadow the asphalt roads thereby prolonging icy conditions," the school said in a statement. "This makes travel difficult in those areas. In addition, some families still do not have water. The number of children affected by these conditions could be several hundred. So, with an abundance of caution, we are delaying the start of classes on Monday until 10:00 AM. Buses will be running two hours later than normal."
Original Post: Elysian Fields and Gary ISDs won't have classes on Monday.
Elysian Fields ISD said the aftermath of the inclement weather and water issues still presenting challenges, it would not have virtual or face-to-face learning on Monday.
"We will continue to assess our facilities, water and community and staff needs to determine if we can return to school safely on Tuesday," the district said in an announcement on Facebook.
Gary ISD said Sunday it would not have school on Monday because the school does not have water.
"We will reevaluate the situation tomorrow and keep our Bobcat family updated," the district said.
Beckville ISD and Carthage ISD have not announced any changes to their schedules at this time.