Frisco ISD Responds to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Frisco ISD continues to monitor the spread of COVID-19, the respiratory illness caused by a novel (new) coronavirus. The District receives regular updates and guidance from Texas Governor Greg Abbott, Texas Education Agency Commissioner Mike Morath and other local, state and federal agencies regarding response, prevention and mitigation efforts. This direction has changed repeatedly over the last several months and will continue to evolve based on COVID-19 conditions across the state and our local community. Read this TEA document outlining a parent's education rights and responsibilities during COVID-19.
On-Campus or Virtual Instruction
Frisco ISD parents have the choice between on-campus or virtual instruction for the 2020-21 school year. See the breakdown of parent responses the first nine weeks of the school year.
The next opportunity to submit a change to your child's learning environment is Sept. 14-18. No action is required by parents who wish to maintain the same learning environment. Changes will go into effect starting with the second nine weeks of school, which begins Oct. 19. Frisco ISD will once again utilize the Student Portal for parents to submit changes. Click here for instructions and to learn how the instructional environment change period may potentially impact your child even if you do not request a change.
Detailed Guidance By Student Group
Frisco ISD has compiled detailed information tailored to each of the following groups of students to aid families in choosing the best learning model for their students: