Flooding damages some parts of Kingwood HS

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KINGWOOD, Texas – Some parts of Kingwood High School flooded after Friday’s severe weather, according to the principal.

Dr. Michael Nasra said nearby storm drains flooded and about three to four inches of water leaked through the athletic entrances.

“Water spread across flooring in the weight room, athletics classroom and training room,” Dr. Nasra said in a letter to parents.  

Fencing near the track and tennis courts were also damaged and carpet in the orchestra storage room.

Some students and staff helped clean up the mess left behind from the storms.

Humble ISD has crews assessing the damages.

The school will be open Monday, Narsa said.

If you can remember, Kingwood High School was destroyed during Hurricane Harvey. The entire school had to be remodeled.

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The high school students were attending classes at a nearby school for six months until the school was reopened.