Ysleta ISD officials announced Monday evening that, while the district will formally return to classroom learning in October, face to face instruction for some will resume September 14th.
“In early August, the Ysleta ISD Board of Trustees submitted a waiver to TEA to extend the start of in-person, face-to-face Classroom Learning on our campuses until Monday, October 19 and that date remains in effect for the majority of Ysleta ISD students,” district officials shared.
“However, the TEA waiver also requires that we offer some face-to-face instruction on our campuses beginning Monday, September 14.”
District officials share that to meet this requirement, Ysleta ISD will begin face-to-face instruction on September 14 for a limited number of students with extenuating circumstances at “learning hubs” – or select campuses – throughout the district.
Parents will be notified over the next two weeks by campus personnel whether their child is eligible to attend a learning hub to begin face-to-face instruction on September 14.
Once schools open for Classroom Learning on October 19, parents will continue to have the choice between online learning and face-to-face Classroom Learning.