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The party's over for students of 53 more HISD schools.

Thursday they'll be headed back to class. Check here for a list of who's opening when.

"We have 53 schools on the list for Thursday which I believe brings us up to 200 with 93 to go," HISD spokesman Norm Uhl says. "We anticipate the rest of our schools will open on Monday. If some schools still don't have power by Thursday we have secured several large generators and should be able to run those schools on generators for the time being."

The school board will decide next month how to make up the lost instructional days, whether it's adding days, extending existing school days or some combination of both.

-- Richard Connelly

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