Kingwood High School students finally play to a new tune

Texas
This is an archived article and the information in the article may be outdated. Please look at the time stamp on the story to see when it was last updated.
Data pix.

HOUSTON— Students at Kingwood High School are finally able to play again after their instruments were destroyed during Hurricane Harvey.

A delivery of musical instruments including six pianos arrived at KHS Wednesday.

The non-profit group "Playing it Forward" donated  the instruments and even drove them from Portland, Oregon all the way to H-town!

"All the pianos they had here were either underwater or floating in the water,"  said Michael Allan Harrison of Playing it Forward

Although the doors at Kingwood High School won't officially open for students until Mar. 19, Fine Arts Director, Houston Hayes said "Having instruments back inside the school represents the first step getting the students back to normalcy after Harvey."

Talk about a special delivery!

 

 

LATEST VIDEO

Peace march planned in honor of George Floyd

Thumbnail for the video titled "Peace march planned in honor of George Floyd"

Four Bears In A Box

Thumbnail for the video titled "Four Bears In A Box"

Brother of George Floyd Speaks In Minneapolis

Thumbnail for the video titled "Brother of George Floyd Speaks In Minneapolis"

Officer Struck at Emancipation

Thumbnail for the video titled "Officer Struck at Emancipation"

Take a “pie in the face” and help local non-profit Camp for All

Thumbnail for the video titled "Take a “pie in the face” and help local non-profit Camp for All"
More Video

Days

Hours

Minutes

Seconds

Latest Weather Forecast

More Weather

Don't Miss

Latest

More Morning Dose

Popular