To show support for the return of Uvalde students and staff, several Houston-area school districts have posted on social media, asking their students and staff to wear maroon and white.
We've seen messages from Houston ISD, Fort Bend ISD, Tomball ISD, Conroe ISD and more. If there are other school districts doing the same and not listed below, email the district's name to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll add them to the list.
It's something districts across the state are doing, as well.
Photos: Texans show support for Uvalde by wearing maroon and white
Tuesday is the first day of school for Uvalde CISD. To show that we stand with the students, families, and staff as they return to class, please wear their school color maroon in solidarity. #UvaldeStrong
Tuesday, September 6, is Uvalde ISD’s first day of school. We invite you to wear maroon tomorrow as an outward showing that the hearts of the Conroe ISD community are with the Uvalde community. 🤍#UvaldeStrong
Uvalde ISD students will have their first day of school on Tuesday, September 6. We encourage all Dickinson ISD students, staff, and the community to stand in support of Uvalde ISD by wearing their colors of maroon and white on this day. pic.twitter.com/4Ez0FXVAsp
Please join FISD and school districts across Texas in wearing maroon and white on Tuesday, September 6 to show support to Uvalde ISD as they return for their first day of school. pic.twitter.com/6sLG8MA6Hq