Frisco ISD to offer virtual learning option due to increasing COVID-19 cases
ByFunAsia 03 Aug 2021 09:25 AM 88

Frisco ISD is expected to come up with their plans for online learning for kids who are not fully-vaccinated.

In a message to staff got by one of the media channels, the locale said the decision comes in light of the new increasing COVID-19 cases.

The Texas Legislature neglected to pass a bill that would have subsidized virtual learning this school year. The Texas Education Agency has additionally denied financing waivers.

Frisco ISD should figure out how to pay for its virtual alternative, which will be accessible to kindergarten through 6th graders.

According to the reports from the sources, media asked ISD about their plans but nothing has been officially announced yet.

It is relied upon to deliver more data to guardians on Tuesday.

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Frisco ISD's first day of school is Aug. 12.

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