Davis, Texas, November 29, 2017 – After a 24-hour shutdown last week, Davis School District reopened on Tuesday after officials said they will not allow children to play outside.
The district will remain closed Monday and Tuesday until a “special event” allows the district to reopen.
Students and parents who are returning to school will have to register their children for classes at other schools.
The district also said it will not provide computers to students until it is allowed to reopen in the next several days.
Officials say there are still a number of items in the building that need to be cleaned, such as floors, desks and desks, bathrooms, computers, computers equipment, and a safe.
The district has been under a 24/7 curfew since October and has been closed since then, and schools and other facilities remain closed for a week and a half as officials investigate what caused the shutdown.
Davis, the fourth-largest city in Texas, is about 30 miles (50 kilometers) northeast of Houston and sits in the Rio Grande Valley.