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School Year 20-21 Public Health Planning Guidance – Texas Education Agency

This guidance document is being provided based on the public health situation as we understand it today and takes effect immediately, both for summer school instruction ending the 2019-2020 school year and to help support school systems in planning for the 2020-2021 school year, regardless of whether a school system starts at the date currently planned or the local school board votes to change the school system’s calendar to delay the start of the school year. Changes to the public health situation over the course of the summer may necessitate changes to this guidance.
This guidance addresses:

  • On campus and virtual instruction
  • Administrative activities by teachers, staff, or students that occur on school campuses or
    virtually
  • Non-UIL extracurricular sports and activities
  • Any other activities that teachers, staff, or students must complete that cannot be
    accomplished virtually
  • Visits by parents and the general public

    It is recommended that after-school providers and other programs that operate in conjunction with campuses follow this guidance in coordination with the campus(es) they serve.

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