Safe Return to In-Person Instruction and Continuity of Services Plan
Continuity of Services
Frisco ISD implements Disease Mitigation and Prevention strategies to promote a safe and healthy learning environment. These protocols were developed after reviewing guidance from local, state and national health and educational entities and in accordance with the law.
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During periods of elevated disease activity, immediate closure and subsequent reopening of Frisco ISD campuses may be necessary in order to maintain healthy school environments. In the event of a campus closure, students may temporarily engage in online learning.
During online learning, educators access the general curriculum and scope and sequence to adapt instruction for students receiving special education services. Additional curriculum materials and resources are available to special educators to supplement the instruction of students with disabilities. In addition, teachers have access to use recorded video, audio supplements and other digital tools as a part of a student's Individualized Education Plan (IEP). Accommodations and modifications related to individual IEP goals continue to be implemented.
Safe Return to In-Person Instruction
Frisco ISD resumed in-person instruction for students who chose it on Sept. 3, 2020, and all students returned to in-person instruction on Jan. 4, 2022. A number of health and safety measures continue to be in place to limit the spread of illnesses on campus.
The District’s Disease Mitigation and Prevention strategies are regularly reviewed and updated based on recommendations from health officials, guidance from the state and evolving local conditions. The following updates on the District’s Disease Mitigation & Prevention strategies were presented during School Board meetings. The public provides feedback to District leaders on these issues throughout the school year via email, phone and during public testimony at Board meetings.
COVID-19 School Board Updates