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  • Spring ISD is committed to providing a quality education, as well as access to PVA, athletics, and Career and Technical Education (CTE) experiences, amid a COVID-19 environment for the 2020-21 school year.

    Our goal is to be as prepared as possible to respond to the changing public health conditions that may impact our community during the 2020-21 school year.  Specifically, we’ve been making plans based on scenarios, recognizing the need to be ready for different levels of contagion that might be present in the Houston area and in our community at any given time during the calendar year.

    We also understand that every family has unique concerns, because of health or other circumstances, about returning to daily routines while coexisting with COVID-19. We are committed to supporting our Spring ISD families in making decisions that best fit their needs.

School Year Options for Spring ISD Families

Two options are being offered to provide a quality education and to prioritize safety.

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Planning Process and Operational Decision Meter

Public health conditions will help determine the schedule of in-person instruction.

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School Schedules and Class Configurations

The goal is to maximize health and safety for students and staff. Find answers to your questions here.

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Empowered Learning At-Home and Online Instruction

Learn more about how we plan to provide a robust educational experience in a remote setting.

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Athletics, PVA, UIL, CTE and Extracurricular Activities

All students will have the option to participate in activities that enrich their educational experience.

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Child Nutrition, Transportation and Facilities

Maintaining our facilities to the highest safety standard is our top priority.

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  • Current Status

    Majority of students move to remote learning until COVID-19 threat level improves. Some small-group instruction may be allowed with strict social distancing protocols in place.

    Operational Decision Meter

    Red signifies a severe and uncontrolled level of COVID-19 in our community, meaning outbreaks are present and worsening. Authorities are advising residents to take action to minimize contacts with others wherever possible and avoid leaving home except for the most essential needs. Learn More...

  • En Español
    Spring ISD se compromete a proporcionar una educación de calidad, así como acceso a experiencias de PVA, atletismo y Educación Técnica y Profesional (CTE), en medio de un entorno COVID-19 para el año escolar 2020-21.

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