San Angelo ISD is working hard to prepare for the 2020 - 2021 school year. On June 18th, Governor Abbott notified lawmakers of the plan to return to campuses in the fall with optional flexibility for families with health concerns. With guidance from the Texas Education Agency (TEA) and the survey sent to parents on June 12th, San Angelo ISD has decided to offer two options for instruction beginning in the fall.
Option 1 is in-person instruction which includes face-to-face, in-classroom learning using safety protocols to protect our students and staff. The in-person instruction will be held Monday through Friday.
Option 2 is a fully virtual option with an online presence and daily log-in requirements. Students who enroll in the virtual option will remain virtual for the entire semester with the option of continuing for the full year.
We will continue to update the community on our back to school plans starting July 9th. During this time, parents and students will learn more about our instructional options, health and safety protocols, and more.
Parents should expect an electronic registration form sent through SwiftK12 for their students starting July 13th to determine whether their child will attend school through on-campus instruction or through virtual learning for the upcoming school year.
These plans are contingent on continued guidance from TEA and the Governor’s office.
San Angelo ISD is committed to providing the highest quality learning experiences for our students and we look forward to seeing them again in the fall. We appreciate the patience and understanding you have shown during this uncertain time.
We will continue to update students and parents with more details through our district website, social media accounts, and SwiftK12.