April 9 - April 16



As we prepare to wrap up this school year and get ready for the 2021-22 school year, taking into consideration guidance from our medical partners, we have developed a plan to update some of our COVID-19 safety protocols.

Working with Memorial Hermann and following federal, state and local guidelines, Spring Branch ISD has successfully enacted safety protocols throughout the school year to minimize the potential for spread of COVID-19. We now have 81 percent of our students back in class, in person, and schools have been open and operating safely throughout the school year.

We will continue to monitor the data and refer to expert guidance and recommendations throughout the spring. Each campus will be required to submit a plan for their spring events for review.

The health and safety of our students, their families and our teachers and staff remains the highest priority in Spring Branch ISD.

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. 


Forms, resources & documents:

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

Note: Every SBISD student attending in-person is required to have a completed daily health screener PRIOR to boarding a school bus or being dropped off at school. High school students may complete their own screener. Middle and Elementary school screeners must be completed by a parent or guardian.


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.