Current Status:
Majority/all students will participate in remote learning until the COVID-19 contagion level improves. Some small-group, in-person instruction may be provided as needed and/or required. Learn More

Operational Decision Meter

  • We developed the Operational Decision Meter to help guide our process for determining when to make adjustments in our learning environments.  Any movement between colors will be informed by public health conditions as established by our local, state and federal experts, as well as TEA guidance and/or mandates. It’s possible that not all the campuses will be operating at the same colors at the same time because the virus might be more prevalent in one area than another.  Again, we will rely on our health experts to help us make these distinctions. 

    Below are explanations for each color: 

    Red signifies a severe and uncontrolled level of COVID-19 in our community, meaning outbreaks are present and worsening. SEE DETAILS

    Orange signifies a significant and uncontrolled level of COVID-19 in our community, meaning that there is ongoing transmission of the virus. SEE DETAILS

    Yellow signifies a moderate, but controlled level of COVID-19 in our community, meaning there is demonstrated reduction in transmission. SEE DETAILS

    Green signifies a minimal and controlled level of COVID-19 in our community, meaning new chains of transmission are limited. SEE DETAILS