In Kingwood, two high schools unite after Harvey to make "best of the worst" scenarioDee Julian hustled through her storm-ravaged classroom at Kingwood High School, grabbing volumes off shelves and tossing them into a bright green plastic bin. Kingwood teachers had been given only 45 minutes on Friday to retrieve what they needed and decide what could remain behind. "Beowulf." In. "Brave New World." In. "Hamlet." In. A bound set of the Western canon stacked on the floor? That could stay for now.
Humble ISD is one of many Houston-area school districts finally starting the school year on Monday. In one of the more drastic measures to reopen after Harvey, the entire Kingwood High student body and staff will move into Summer Creek High School for the year. The arrangement, in which Summer Creek students will attend class in the morning and Kingwood in the afternoon, is what one Humble ISD administrator called the "best of the worst plans."
Force of raging waters carries away home, but not hope DEMOLISHED: Force of raging waters carries away home, but not hopeJoy Rizzi's voice quivered as she approached the pile of rubble, tossed like flotsam along the banks of the San Jacinto River. It had been four days since Rizzi was evacuated from the Riverview at Forest Cove complex in the Kingwood area. Four days since she had last visited the townhome that has been her sanctuary for nearly 20 years.
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Selecting a term
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