NISD will not hold summer school classes

NISD will not hold summer school classes
Posted on 06/23/2020
NISD will not hold summer school classes

Nacogdoches ISD will not hold summer learning programs for students in pre-K through eighth-grade because of limited interest from families in light of concerns related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, a question on a survey conducted earlier this month indicated little interest from parents to allow students to participate in summer learning classes.

The district continues to plan for the 2020-21 academic year to begin Aug. 24, although there could be more adjustments made to the calendar as the school year begins.

NISD is also awaiting guidance from Texas Education Agency regarding the upcoming school year. On Thursday, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said public schools are expected to start as scheduled in August, with more details to come from TEA.

While the district is not conducting learning programs this summer, Nacogdoches High School is proceeding with credit recovery programs. During the first session of credit recovery, students can access the online program from home. The second session that begins July 6 will allow students to be on campus at NHS. Contact the high school for more information.

Parents looking for online educational enrichment activities this summer for their children can access Digital Learning Parent Resources on the NISD website. Go to nacisd.org and select the “NISD Digital Resources” button at the top of the homepage.

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