• Splendora ISD has developed a list of questions and answers to openly share information regarding students returning to school for the 2020-2021 school year. We know our parents and community members have many questions, and we will do our best to answer all in a timely manner. We ask for your patience as our team continues to work through the many issues that must be addressed. Rest assured that we will update this list and communicate with you often as information becomes available and as we seek additional guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Texas Education Agency (TEA), and local health and government officials.

    As with all COVID-19 plans, it is important to note that details may be subject to change pending the state of our local community health and new guidance issued by national, state, and local authorities as we approach the first day of school.

    Please continue to check our website Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts frequently for current news and information.  Thank you for your continued support and trust in Splendora ISD. As always, the safety and security of our students and staff remain our top priority.

     

    Updated 7-8-20 per TEA Guidelines

    Some of the Frequently Asked Questions have been updated to reflect the new TEA SY 20-21 Public Health Planning Guidance document released on July 7, 2020. To read the document in its entirety click the link below.

    https://tea.texas.gov/sites/default/files/covid/covid19-SY-20-21-Public-Health-Guidance.pdf

  • How will the district determine class size?

  • How will social distancing work for breakfast and lunch on the elementary campuses?

  • What does a typical elementary ‘on-site’ school day look like?

  • What does a typical secondary 'on-site' school day look like?

  • What does a typical ‘remote learning’ school day look like?

  • How will the schedule work for Dual Language students?

  • What does social distancing look like for recess?

  • What about students with special needs that need to be in a structured learning environment?

  • How do students who choose ‘remote learning’ participate in extracurricular activities?

  • Will students be able to participate in the Early College Program?

  • How do students sign up for the SAT and ACT tests?

  • Will we have football games, band, cheer?

  • How will transportation work?

  • What happens if a teacher or a student tests positive for COVID-19 in a classroom?

  • What does the Learning Management System (LMS) Canvas look like?

  • Will teachers be chosen to do online or both?