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April 19, 2020

San Antonio School Closures

San Antonio School Closures Updated Sunday, April 19, 2020 Governor Gregg Abbot announced the following: “Schools shall remain temporarily closed to in-person classroom attendance by students and shall not recommence before the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Public education teachers and staff are encouraged to continue to work remotely from home if possible, but […]

San Antonio School Closures

Updated Sunday, April 19, 2020

Governor Gregg Abbot announced the following:

“Schools shall remain temporarily closed to in-person classroom attendance by students and shall not recommence before the end of the 2019-2020 school year. Public education teachers and staff are encouraged to continue to work remotely from home if possible, but may return to schools to conduct remote video instruction, as well as perform administrative duties, under the strict terms required by the Texas Education Agency. Private schools and institutions of higher education should establish similar terms to allow teachers and staff to return to schools to conduct remote video instruction and perform administrative duties when it is not possible to do so remotely from home.”

The governor’s public health emergency declaration, issued on March 19, 2020, means school districts have extended closures through May 4th unless otherwise noted.

Here are the known district closures as of March, 31, 2020. Check these sites daily for updates. 

Let us help you with a compiled list of some online learning resources here!

Private schools and Charter schools have more flexibility so its best to check with them directly.

Extended school closures put some of the children in our community at risk. NowCastSA, a local nonprofit news organization, has mapped out where in the San Antonio area students can get school meals during closures due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Let us help you with a compiled list of some online learning resources here!