Updated: March 25, 2020 at 3:40PM
To slow the spread of the Coronavirus and safeguard the well-being of students and staff, Eanes ISD will suspend normal operations Monday, March 23 through Sunday, April 5. Students and staff should not return to campuses until they are notified.
During this two-week period, all Eanes ISD facilities will be closed for instruction and all other functions until further notice, including UIL events, athletics, rentals, field trips, after-school programs, childcare and other campus activities.
On Saturday, March 14, the Eanes ISD Board called an emergency meeting to take important actions to help the District continue operations in the event of a closure. By passing a resolution, the Board delegated authority to allow the superintendent to make decisions for the benefit of staff and students, including:
- Making sure that all employees continue to be paid during closure;
- Signing any state waivers necessary for student attendance, state testing, and food service for eligible students; and
- Engaging outside resources to get our schools ready to reopen, including deep cleaning.
- Why is Eanes ISD closing schools?
- Where can I find the Remote Learning Plan?
- Will Easy Care and CDC families be charged during the closure?
- Why did the Board call an emergency meeting?
- Why am I not receiving updates from the District?
- Will Eanes ISD provide remote learning during the closure?
- Is Kindergarten Round-Up canceled?
- Has the ACT or SAT been canceled?
- Social-emotional resources
- What is the Coronavirus or COVID-19 virus?
- What are the symptoms of COVID-19?
- How is the COVID-19 virus spread?
- How will I know if I or my children have the flu or COVID-19?
- What can I do to prevent being infected or spreading the virus?
- What are some sources of information and updates?
- Should I or my family travel over Spring Break?
- What is being done to keep schools clean and protect students?
- Should I or my children wear masks?
- Are you removing hand dryers in restrooms?
- Are you providing hand sanitizer to campuses?
- Is there a difference when using warm or cold water to wash hands?
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