View a complete collection of Summer Enrichment activities for grades pre-K–12.
During a special called meeting on Monday, Aug. 3, the BISD Board voted to continue with the plan to begin school for all students with online learning on Monday, Aug. 24, with the exception of special education. (Select special education will be able to begin face-to-face on Aug. 24.) They also decided to begin face-to-face instruction on Tuesday, Sept. 8 for families that chose that option during the registration process. Click title to read complete message.
On Tuesday, July 21, Tarrant County Public Health and Human Services issued a Control Order (“the Order”) requiring school districts to start school with virtual learning only through Sunday, Sept. 27. This means that all students and teachers will begin classes in online learning, and BISD will keep buildings closed to students for regular on-campus, face-to-face instruction and activities until after Sept. 27. Click title to read complete details.
The University Interscholastic League (UIL) released modifications to the 2020–21 UIL calendar and updated its COVID-19 risk mitigation guidelines. BISD administration just received this information and is thoroughly reviewing it. There is conflicting information between the order received from Tarrant County Public Health and the UIL. Click title to read complete message.
The Texas Education Agency (TEA) released information to school districts on Tuesday, July 7, about the return to school in the fall. The District is working through that document and will provide the BISD family with more details as they become available. > Read complete message from Dr. Brown.
Birdville ISD has opened online registration EARLY for the 2020-21 school year. You may register online beginning Thursday, July 2 through August 26.
Hope Squad and BISD’s Counseling Department have several recommendations on how to support struggling students during school closures.