Pasadena ISD students can expect to return to school on August 18 virtually.
Dr. DeeAnn Powell, the district’s superintendent sent a letter to parents Monday addressing the current state of the coronavirus pandemic. She and district officials have decided to move the official start date for in-person instruction to Sept. 8.
Superintendent Dr. Powell released a 16-page reopening plan with information on how students can return to classrooms as safe as possible.
One thing to note is all students, Pre-K through 12th grade will receive a laptop for virtual or hybrid instruction.
Superintendent Dr. Powell also added that in-school instruction is highly recommended to those students who did not perform well in virtual instruction.