SAISD Pushes Back Start Date for In-Person High School Students


SAN ANGELO, TX – San Angelo ISD announced Tuesday that they have decided to push back the start for in-person high school students to September. 

The following is the release from San Angelo ISD:

As we consider the health and wellness of our community, San Angelo ISD is implementing the following phased approach for the beginning of our academic year.  Our official start date remains August 19th. 

  • August 19th - Elementary and middle school students begin in-person instruction and the SAISD Virtual Academy 
  • August 19th - All high school students, grades 9 - 12, begin instruction virtually
  • September 2nd - All high school students, grades 9 - 12, who opted for in-person instruction will report to campus 

Extracurricular activities and athletic schedules will be communicated by coaches and sponsors 

We continue to evaluate and consult with local health officials and the Center for Disease Control multiple times per week to assess current conditions. San Angelo ISD has implemented protocols at all campuses and facilities to maximize safety. 

San Angelo ISD looks forward to serving the needs of our community and students.

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ironic, Wed, 08/12/2020 - 10:24

You have been closed for a while, you are pushing back start dates, and a lot of what you are going to do is going to be "virtual/online" so its at home study. When do we get some of our money back since we are not doing what the money was appropriated for?

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