TARRANT COUNTY (CBSDFW.COM) – Powerful storms barreled through Azle over the weekend, forcing dozens of people from their homes and canceling in-person classes for students at one school on Monday.
Winds reached up to 70 miles an hour, caused major power outages and damage to several homes and businesses.READ MORE: North Texas Wedding Planner Sentenced To 31 Months In Prison For $3.3M COVID-19 Relief Scheme
No one was seriously hurt, but damage in the area meant some students would have the day off from school.
There will be no in-person classes at Liberty Elementary today (Monday, August 31) due to the campus being without power.READ MORE: HUD Awards $4M+ To Help End Childhood Homelessness In Tarrant County
— Azle ISD (@azleisd) August 31, 2020
Early Monday morning administrators with the Azle Independent School District announced that there would be no in-person classes at Liberty Elementary School because of a power outage.MORE NEWS: Denton High School Pep Rally Canceled Due To 'Unsubstantiated Threat' On Social Media
Students at Liberty and other schools may have an issue with virtual learning since there are a number of power outages in the area, but officials gave no specific information about online instruction.