Superintendent announces district classes will open Sept. 8 with 100 percent distance learning


Superintendent Michael Hinojosa decided today, after consulting with his senior leadership team and the Dallas County Health and Human Services staff, that the district will open with 100% distance learning when school starts Sept. 8. Distance learning will continue through at least Oct. 6.

The decision reflects the guidance provided by Dallas County Health and Human Services. In addition, all extracurricular activities will remain in a distance setting as well, including strength and conditioning, band and drill team, all UIL and visual and performing arts activities.

More details coming soon, and you can watch Hinojosa’s live announcement here.


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