The neighborhood lift pumps and a water treatment plant which were compromised by Harvey have now been repaired and the local service provider has lifted water restrictions to the area, making it safe for students to return to their home campus. School start time will revert back to normal hours of operations. Likewise, the transportation schedule will also return to its regular pick-up/drop-off times and locations.
Within the Katy ISD boundaries, the Bear Creek community was one of the hardest hit neighborhoods by Tropical Storm Harvey. “The reopening of the school is a sign of progress and recovery as we help students and families return to their normal routines and daily school activities,” said district spokesperson Maria DiPetta.