WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW THIS WEEK?

Sept. 4 - Sept. 11

WEEKLY UPDATE

After two great weeks of distance learning, SBISD is excited to open its doors next week for students who have chosen in-person instruction!

Thanks to the countless hours of hard work put in by our wonderful employees, we saw a very successful two weeks of distance learning and look forward to a great in-person start for those families who have chosen it.

Under the LearnSBISD plan, we have strong health and safety protocols in place that enable us to welcome our students’ smiling faces back into our classrooms.

Over this Labor Day holiday weekend, we urge you to continue to follow health guidance and make good decisions on mask wearing, hand washing/sanitizing and social distancing. The health, safety and wellbeing of our entire SBISD Family is a collective effort. It will take each and every member to keep our community as safe as possible and keep our campus doors open for in-person instruction!

Be sure to check this page each week for updates, reminders and quick links to forms, resources and documents. Updates will be made at the end of each week for the week ahead.


Check with your school!

Make sure to check with your school for information on:

  • Staggered schedules

  • Classroom and hallway student conduct

  • Designated eating areas

  • Special Education and sports activity updates

Click here for access to a listing of SBISD schools. 

Reminders:

Forms, resources & documents:

These forms and more information about SBISD's Health and Safety Plan can be found here.

Communication:

SBISD will post important, timely updates to this page every Friday. We will provide updates and information via email and district  social media channels. Our goal is provide helpful information and reminders for students and families of in-person learning. 

Please note: This does not replace communication coming from your school principal and teachers. If you are not receiving updates or information from your school, please reach out directly to your teacher or school principal.