In-Person Classes Suspended Through April 3

Mar 18, 2020

Dear Frisco ISD Parents and Guardians,   

I want to extend my thanks to our community for the concern and care that you’ve shown during the rapidly changing circumstances surrounding the pandemic of COVID-19. As a district, Frisco ISD remains committed to providing an outstanding education in a safe and healthy learning environment. Please know that students are always at the heart of our decisions and we are managing this situation with them and our entire community in mind. 

After much thought and consideration, Frisco ISD has decided to extend the suspension of all in-person classes through April 3, 2020. The purpose for extending the closure is to help eliminate the spread of COVID-19. We hope you will take this time to care for yourself, your family and those around you, and continue to adhere to the preventative measures as recommended by public health officials, such as limiting interaction and practicing social distancing. Please note that the community should not visit school playgrounds during this time and we must discourage playdates, sleepovers, etc. For additional information and tips, visit the CDC website.

The district will continue to reassess the situation in our community and will seek additional guidance from our local, state and federal agencies, including Collin County Health Services, Denton County Public Health, Texas Health and Human Services, the Texas Education Agency and CDC

Please note, district offices and all campuses will remain closed to the public.

Frisco ISD teachers will also continue  providing alternative learning options to our students. By now, you should have received information from your campuses and your students' teachers about lesson plans for at home. If you have not received information or need help navigating the work, please contact your child’s teacher. Each teacher will have virtual office hours which will be posted on campus websites for any questions you may have. 

We understand that not every family may have access to the internet or a connected device (computer, laptop, iPad/tablet, chromebook, smartphone.) We are prepared to work with families that need additional support. If your family needs assistance in accessing these resources, please contact your campus principal.

The District website and emails will continue to be the main source for general parent and student information. The most current and accurate district information regarding FISD’s COVID-19 response can be found here: 

Thank you for your patience and partnership as we work together to deliver a successful learning experience for our students under these unprecedented circumstances.


Mike Waldrip
Superintendent of Schools

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