Fort Bend ISD temporarily closes, opens schools amid COVID-19 pandemic

MISSOURI CITY, Texas – This week, President Biden plans to address getting kids back in the classroom as early as Wednesday.

This comes as Fort Bend ISD once again is closing some schools and opening others. The district also sent an email to parents on Friday saying if their student is falling behind in their studies and grades, they will require them to come and learn face-to-face.

Below is a list of FBISD schools and their plans:

School pivoting to online on Tuesday, Feb. 9

  • Pecan Grove Elementary (2/8-2/19, Students return on 2/22)

School pivoting to online on Monday, Feb. 8

  • Sienna Crossing Elementary (2/8-2/15, Students return on 2/16)
  • Townewest Elementary (2/8-2/15, Students return on 2/16)
  • Elkins High School (2/8-2/19, Students return on 2/22)

Online schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Monday, Feb. 8

  • Austin High School
  • Barbara Jordan Elementary
  • Briargate Elementary
  • Dulles High School
  • Hodges Bend Middle School
  • Madden Elementary
  • Oyster Creek Elementary
  • James Patterson Elementary

Online schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Wednesday, Feb. 10

  • Crockett Middle School

Online schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Tuesday, Feb. 16

  • Bowie Middle School
  • Oakland Elementary
  • Christa McAuliffe Middle School
  • James Neill Elementary
  • Rosa Parks Elementary
  • Juan Seguin Elementary

Online schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Wednesday, Feb. 17

  • Quail Valley Elementary

Online schools returning to face-to-face instruction on Monday, Feb. 22

  • Bush High School

Fort Bend ISD will continue to closely monitor all schools across the district. For the latest news about your child’s school, visit www.fortbendisd.com.


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