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Find Out How Your School District Is Reopening

Can we all agree that this summer has been pretty damn bad.

Well, we can’t imaging what its’ been like for parents, students, and educators trying to keep up with shifting state rules on how schools can reopen.

Gov. Greg Abbott has repeatedly said students would be safe to return to school in the fall, but the situation hasn’t gotten any better in Texas and many school districts have adjusted and re-adjusted their reopening plans.

With the first days of class on the horizon, things are still changing. Here is what many of the plans are for the school districts.

Alamo Heights ISD will open on Aug. 17 and only offer remote learning until Tuesday, Sept. 8. At that point, the district plans to offer families a choice of remote or in-person learning. Click here for more details on the district’s reopening plan.
 

The majority of Boerne ISD’s campuses are located in Kendall County. However, two elementary campuses are located in Bexar County. All Boerne ISD schools will open on Aug. 12 for both in-person and remote instruction. Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

The majority of Comal ISD’s campuses are located in Comal County. The district has five campuses located in Bexar County. All Comal ISD schools will open on Aug. 25 for both in-person and remote instruction. Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

East Central ISD will start school on Aug. 17 with all instruction remote until Sept. 8. Families can choose if they want their students to learn remotely or on-campus after that date.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan. 

The first eight weeks of Edgewood ISD’s school year will be remote. Class starts on Aug. 17.

On Aug. 4, district trustees voted to keep students at home for the first eight weeks of the school year or until public health conditions improved.

The district will look to two health metrics for guidance moving forward: the positivity rate of coronavirus tests and the total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in a week.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

Ft. Sam Houston ISD will start school on Aug. 17 and keep all instruction remote until Sept. 8.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

Harlandale ISD will start school on Aug. 24 and keep all instruction remote until the week of Sept. 21. At that time, the school board will evaluate if the district should extend campus closures by another four weeks, Superintendent Gerardo Soto wrote in a letter to parents.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

Judson ISD will start school on Aug. 24 and keep all instruction remote for the first three weeks of the school year.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

Lackland ISD will start school on Aug. 17 and only offer remote instruction for a minimum of four weeks, according to a letter from Superintendent Burnie Roper.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

North East ISD will start school on Aug. 17 and only offer remote instruction for the first three weeks of the school year.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

Northside ISD will restart school on Aug. 24 and only offer remote instruction until at least Sept. 8.

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Randolph Field ISD will start school on Aug. 24 and only offer remote instruction until Sept. 8. At that point, parents will have be able to choose between in-person and online instruction.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

San Antonio ISD will start school on Aug. 17 and only offer remote instruction for the first three weeks.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.  

Schertz-Cibolo-Unviersal City ISD’s campuses are located in both Bexar and Guadalupe counties. All campuses will start school on Aug. 13 and only offer remote instruction until Sept. 8.

Families can choose from in-person and remote instruction after that date.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plans. 

Somerset ISD will begin instruction remotely on Aug. 24 and offer remote instruction only for the first two weeks of class.

When the district opens campuses on Sept. 8, Somerset ISD anticipates about 40 percent of students to return for in-person class, Superintendent Saul Hinojosa said.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

Southside ISD will start school on Aug. 17 and only offer remote instruction for the first four weeks of the school year.

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South San Antonio ISD will start class on Aug. 12 and only offer remote instruction for the first eight weeks of the school year.

The district will review the seven-day average of coronavirus cases to decide when to reopen campuses.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.

Southwest ISD will start class on Aug. 24 with all instruction online until Sept. 8.

At that time, parents will be able to choose in-person or remote instruction for their students.

Click here for more information on the district’s reopening plan.


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