Do you need extra support with homework? Birdville ISD can help with K-12 academic needs! Introducing the Birdville ISD Homework Helpline. Sign up today to meet with an online support teacher via Zoom through your student portal! Sessions available Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Students who are enrolled as face-to-face learners in Birdville ISD will follow the attendance guidelines and procedures listed in the Elementary and Secondary Student handbooks. View complete message.
BISD’s board of trustees met in a special meeting on Monday, March 8 to discuss the District’s current procedure requiring the wearing of face masks in all District facilities. This meeting resulted from Texas Education Agency (TEA) Commissioner Mike Morath’s recent update of the public health guidance for schools as it relates to wearing masks. > Read more
Come join the BISD family as we celebrate Birdville schools. Take a virtual tour of any or all campuses as we Discover Birdville.
Because of the winter storm Feb. 15–19, BISD is adjusting the fourth, fifth and sixth six-weeks grading periods. View complete details.
Before sending your child(ren) to school each day, YOU are responsible for screening them for COVID-19 symptoms. Click title to view complete details regarding symptoms.
**Important State Assessments Announcement**
Congratulations to our Outstanding Citizens for 2020-2021!
We are a school family who shows respect.
We are learners who make a difference.
We are Mullendore!
PARENTS/GUARDIANS: Before sending your child(ren) to school each day, YOU are responsible for screening them for COVID-19 symptoms. When each child reports to school, YOU are acknowledging that you have taken his/her temperature, and they are not experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, meaning symptoms that are not normal for them.
If symptoms are present, the parent/guardian should contact the campus nurse for further guidance on if, or when, the child(ren) should report to school.
COVID-19 Symptoms include:
While on campus, any student who experiences symptoms will immediately report to the school clinic. If the temperature is 100 degrees or greater, a second temperature will be taken to verify the first reading. If the second reading reflects a temperature of 100 degrees or greater, the student will be sent home immediately.
Hello, this is Birdville ISD calling families to remind families that before you send your child or children to school each day, you must screen them for COVID-19 symptoms, meaning symptoms not normal for them. The symptoms are a temperature of 100 degrees or greater, chills, cough, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, muscle aches, headache, diarrhea, vomiting, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell. If your child or children have any of these symptoms, please contact the campus nurse for further guidance on if, or when, they should report to school.
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