(CBSDFW.COM) – Some school districts in North Texas aren’t taking any chances and are canceling activities for Wednesday evening ahead of a round of storms that could possibly be severe.
Below are tweets from districts and other officials that have confirmed these cancellations. Visit cbsdfw.com/weather for more on today’s storms:
*This list will be updated through the day*
#SAFEdragon Alert: Because of storm forecasts for severe weather this evening, Carroll ISD is canceling ALL afternoon and evening activities beginning at 4 pm. Offices and campuses will close at 4 pm to allow commuters to get home before severe weather arrives in our area. pic.twitter.com/d23gBVpb6F
— Carroll ISD (@Carrollisd) April 17, 2019
Due to expected inclement weather, all outdoor activities scheduled for this afternoon and evening are canceled.
— Cedar Hill ISD (@cedarhillisd) April 17, 2019
COUGAR ALERT: Due to severe weather, Collin College will close and classes are cancelled at 1pm today, Wed, April 17. Check https://t.co/TT8pagW9w3 for updates.
— Collin College (@collincollege) April 17, 2019
All after-school activities will end by 5 p.m. tonight, due to inclement weather, including practices, tutorials, 21st Century and Clayton Youth Enrichment. Buses will still be offered for students who normally ride, but some routes will begin earlier to get students safely home. pic.twitter.com/DTCIu5GQbm
— Crowley ISD (@CrowleyISD) April 17, 2019
IMPORTANT: Due to possibility of severe weather later today, all after-school activities will end by 4:30 p.m. All outdoor activities (including sports) are cancelled, except for UIL tennis matches (moved inside). Transportation meeting & career institute info sessions cancelled.
— Dallas ISD (@dallasschools) April 17, 2019
Due to storm forecasts for this afternoon and early evening, all activities after 4:30 p.m. have been cancelled.
— GCISD (@GCISD) April 17, 2019
HPISD Weather Update: Due to expected severe weather, all HPISD activities scheduled to begin after 6 p.m. have been cancelled for this evening. Any HPISD activities currently underway will need to be completed by 6 p.m. Tonight's candidate forum has also been cancelled.
— Highland Park ISD (@hpisdschools) April 17, 2019
📡 All after-school and evening activities have been cancelled for Wednesday, April 17 due to potential severe weather. Bus routes will run as normal. pic.twitter.com/lqs5QXY7zz
— Irving ISD (@IrvingISD) April 17, 2019
Due to the potential for severe weather this afternoon, all JISD after school activities will end no later than 5:00 pm today, April 17. Please check with your student for specifics about their activities.
— Joshua ISD (@JoshuaISD) April 17, 2019
— Keller Schools (@KellerISD) April 17, 2019
Lake Worth ISD After-School Activities Will Be Cancelled Today, Wednesday, April 17th With A Normal Dismissal Time. Normal Activities Will Resume Tomorrow.
— Lake Worth ISD (@LakeWorthISD) April 17, 2019
SMU ALERT: All evening classes and academic activities beginning at or after 5 pm at main campus and Plano are cancelled tonight due to threat of severe weather. Potential for high winds, very large hail and isolated tornadoes. Be safe, Mustangs, & keep monitoring the weather.
— SMU (@SMU) April 17, 2019
All TCC campuses and offices will close at 6 p.m. today, April 17, due to predicted severe weather. Any classes or activities scheduled after this time are canceled.
— TarrantCountyCollege (@TCCollege) April 17, 2019
Due to predicted severe weather for the DFW area, Texas Christian University will close today at 3 p.m. All classes and university events are canceled. Stay safe, Horned Frogs! https://t.co/Hl8aRkbkYP
— TCU (@TCU) April 17, 2019
Classes are cancelled due to severe weather starting at 5:30 p.m. today, Wednesday, April 17. pic.twitter.com/ZhO29gLPfB
— UT Arlington (@utarlington) April 17, 2019
ATTN #UNT: All classes, beginning at 6 p.m. or later, are canceled due to the threat of inclement weather. If you were planning to attend an event on campus this evening, please call the organizer to ensure the event is still happening.
— UNTEagleAlert (@UNTEagleAlert) April 17, 2019