Hurricane Harvey Update from Burleson ISD

Hurricane Harvey has affected so many families, and Burleson ISD is committed to helping students and families from any of the impacted areas. Burleson ISD will enroll students immediately and work with families to best prepare students for school.

No student will be turned away.

“Families who may come to Burleson as a result of the devastation from Hurricane Harvey have been through enough, and we are ready to welcome students with open arms,” said BISD Superintendent Dr. Bret Jimerson. “Our job will be to help provide some normalcy in students’ days, and that is exactly what we will do. We will take care of them.”

Schools and student groups are collecting monetary donations, toiletry items, supplies and more, to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey. Volunteer opportunities will be shared as we learn more. 

“Toiletry items” includes hand soap, body wash, toothpaste, toothbrush, mouthwash, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, feminine hygiene products, brush, comb, pick, razor and nail clippers. 

“Baby necessities” includes body wash, lotion, diapers, wipes, brush, comb, baby food, bibs, formula, diaper cream, soft wash cloths, changing pads and burp cloths. 


Here’s how you can join Burleson ISD in helping those impacted:

Monetary donations:

Brock Elementary: Accepting monetary donations through Friday, September 1.

Crossroads: Accepting monetary donations through Friday, September 1.

Frazier Elementary: Accepting monetary donations on Friday, September 1.


Toiletries, baby necessities and other donations:

Academy at Nola Dunn: Donate baby needs and clothing by September 13.

Academy of Arts at Bransom: Donate items for senior citizens, toiletry items and baby necessities by September 13.

Academy of Leadership and Technology at Mound: Donate toiletry items, paper towels, trash bags and other household essentials by September 13.

Burleson and Centennial HS Student Councils: Donate toiletry items, baby necessities and flip flops by September 13.

Burleson High School Criminal Justice Academy: Donate moving boxes, diapers, baby wipes, toiletry items, feminine hygiene products, nonperishable food including baby formula, and packs of underwear and socks. Drop items off at the Criminal Justice Student Service Center by September 1. Items will be transported to Houston Saturday morning. 

Burleson Collegiate High School: Donate toiletry items and baby necessitities by September 13. 

Clinkscale Elementary: Donate toiletry items, baby necessities, new packs of socks and underwear, coloring books and crayons, kid friendly snacks/food/drinks, and gently used books, toys and movies, by September 13.

Hajek Elementary: Donate household needs and clothing by September 13.

Kerr MS: Donate toiletry items and baby necessities by September 13. 

Norwood Elementary: Donate toiletry items by September 13.  

STEAM MS: Donate towels and blankets by September 13.

STEAM at Stribling Elementary: Donate new or gently used white or ivory towels by August 31. Stribling is partnering with a shower and laundry trailer for families and first responders in the Houston area.

Taylor Elementary: Donate toiletry items, baby necessities and general needs by September 13.  


Hughes MS: Check back soon. More info to come.