These school districts have canceled classes for the April 8 total solar eclipse


AUSTIN (KXAN) — Several Central Texas school districts have canceled classes on April 8, the day a total solar eclipse will be visible across much of the region.

Marble Falls ISD called it “kind of a once-in-a-lifetime thing for our students.”

The district is one of several that have made the day a student holiday. KXAN has created the following map and list of districts across our viewing area who have also canceled classes.

  • Blanco ISD
  • Burnet CISD
  • Cameron ISD
  • Cherokee ISD
  • Del Valle ISD
  • Doss CCSD
  • Dripping Springs ISD
  • Fredericksburg ISD
  • Harper ISD
  • Hays CISD
  • Jarrell ISD
  • Johnson City ISD
  • Lago Vista ISD
  • Lake Travis ISD
  • Lampasas ISD
  • Liberty Hill ISD
  • Llano ISD
  • Lometa ISD
  • Manor ISD
  • Marble Falls ISD
  • Mason ISD
  • San Marcos CISD
  • San Saba ISD
  • Wimberley ISD

The interactive map below shows whether your city will be in the path of totality and how long it will last.

The next total eclipse visible in the U.S. won’t be for another 20 years. The eclipse on August 23, 2044, will only be visible in Montana and the Dakotas.


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