SILSBEE, Texas — Silsbee High School and Edwards-Johnson Memorial Silsbee Middle School are experiencing water issues that pose 'no known health threats.'

The district has chosen to take precautionary measures to shut down drinking water capabilities at the two campuses according to a Silsbee ISD Facebook post.

Bottled water has been supplied to each campus and the district will not allow water consumption until inspections have cleared according to the post. 

The safety of students and staff is a top priority as the district works to pinpoint the issue and work with the City of Silsbee and Hardin County Health Inspector according to the post. 

From a Silsbee ISD Facebook post:

Silsbee High School and Edwards-Johnson Memorial Silsbee Middle School campuses have experienced water issues, however there are no known health threats. As a precaution, the district has made the decision to shut down the capabilities of drinking water at these campuses.

The safety of Silsbee ISD students and staff are a top priority as the district continues to pinpoint the issue and work in conjunction with the City of Silsbee and the Hardin County Health Inspector.

Bottled water has been transported to each campus, and our food service areas will not be using water from city mains as a precaution to prepare any meals.

Silsbee ISD ensures the safety of students and the district will not allow water consumption until inspections have cleared.