Welcome to the 2020-21 School Year! Spring ISD students will be returning to school virtually this year on Aug. 17 as part of a plan to keep students and staff safe from COVID-19 by spending at least the first four weeks learning from home.
The district is planning on remote learning for all students through at least Sept. 11. When health conditions allow, the goal is to bring students of families who want in-person learning back onto campus in the safest way possible.
To date, about 66 percent of Spring ISD families opted for remote learning and 34 percent chose the district’s Safety-First In-Person option when health conditions allow a return to the classroom.
We 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.
For more information, please click on the topics below. During the remote start to the school year, students can expect direct instruction from their teachers. Please see the attached sample schedules to see what your student’s day may look like.
School Year Options for Spring ISD Families
Options are being offered to provide a quality education and to prioritize safety.
Operational Decision Meter
The meter will help guide our process for determining when to make adjustments in our learning environments.
School Schedules and Class Configurations
The goal is to maximize health and safety for students and staff. Find answers to your questions here.
Empowered Learning At-Home and Online Instruction
Learn more about how we plan to provide a robust educational experience in a remote setting.
Athletics, PVA, UIL, CTE and Extracurricular Activities
All students will have the option to participate in activities that enrich their educational experience.
Child Nutrition, Transportation and Facilities
Maintaining our facilities to the highest safety standard is our top priority.
En EspañolSpring 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.