PLANS FOR THE 2020-2021 SCHOOL YEAR
As Texas is reopening, we are thrilled to be working toward welcoming our students back to campus. While these plans are subject to government and public health standards, we found the guidelines for summer classes encouraging. In light of COVID-19, we will be implementing new routines and processes to reduce, though we cannot eliminate, the risks for students and employees. Based on current research, our efforts will focus on enhanced hygiene practices, health screening, physical distancing, and face coverings. The guidelines are still evolving so we have not determined all the specifics.
A group of administrators, faculty, trustees, and parents with specific expertise in the medical, legal, and risk management fields are developing these plans. This group will continue to meet through June and July as more information becomes available. As always, our focus will be on the safety of our community and following government regulations.
We know that Midland ISD is considering altering its calendar. Trinity is maintaining the calendar
we published earlier this year. Given our families’ plans for the summer and for breaks during the school year, this approach makes sense for our community. For those new and returning students who are interested, we are offering Summer Charge Up, an optional summer program at no additional cost. Click here
for information on Summer Charge Up.