Spring ISD Phased Return To School Plan For Students Who Choose On-Campus Learning
Under the plan, on Monday, Sept. 14 the district will welcome back CASE and Early Childhood Special Education students, as well as any students in prekindergarten through grade 2 whose families want in-person instruction.
The next group of students to return, on Monday, Sept. 21, will be students in grades 3-7 and grades 9 and 10.
Lastly, on Monday, Sept. 28, students in grade 8 and grades 11 and 12 whose families want in-person instruction will return to school.
As these students transition back to campuses, all elementary and middle school students will return to a daily, on-campus schedule while high school students will return to a hybrid, alternating day schedule.
In addition to outlining the return-to-school timeline, the district also unveiled a new website that will give families information about COVID-19 cases in the district at www.springisd.org/covidtracker.
This dashboard, which includes data starting Aug. 17, will be updated nightly so that staff and families have real-time data.
For families who may have questions about what school routines will look like once students return to campus, Dr. Rodney E. Watson urged them to view new videos that help illustrate some of the steps the district is taking to keep students and staff safe at: www.springisd.org/reopen.