KLEIN, Texas – Tuesday morning school kicked off for thousands of students at Klein Independent School District. About half the district’s students are learning virtually, while the other half are back in school.
“We’re so proud of our teachers. We’re so grateful for our families and just excited that school is back in session at Klein ISD," said Jenny McGown, Klein ISD Superintendent.
Donte Berry, 14, is a freshman at Klein Cain High School and is one of many students trying to get adjusted to a new school.
“I am trying to learn how to get to each class,” Berry said.
Berry said choosing in-class learning over virtual learning was an easy decision for him.
“When I am at home, I can easily look up Disney plus and get distracted,” he said.
Barry’s concerned about the coronavirus but confident with the safety measures put in place.
“I am more nervous about high school than COVID, after a long time of already dealing with this you already know what to do,” Berry said.