In preparation for the upcoming school year, Forsan ISD is actively assessing the current situation regarding COVID-19. As a result, two learning options will be made available for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year.
The first option, Option A, will be the traditional, face-to-face model. According to FISD, this is the preferred option, as the district believes that this is the most effective way to educate students. The district is currently in a planning and preparation phase to create a safe environment for students and staff based on TEA (Texas Education Agency) guidance. This includes additional safety equipment, modified scheduling, and intensive cleaning practices.
The second option, Option B, will be fully remote education. This will include a curriculum of the same scope and rigor as students will receive on campus. In Option B, that student is committed to full-time remote instruction until at least the end of the current grading period. Students who are enrolled in remote learning may not be able to participate in co-curricular and extracurricular activities such as music, band and athletics. The UIL has not finalized rules yet.
Parents will choose which option they would like for their student(s) at registration on July 27th and 28th.