Educators afraid of returning to Cy-Fair ISD schools amid pandemic, survey reveals
CYPRESS, Texas – A group of community advocates made up of Cy-Fair Independent School District parents, educators, nurses and a psychologist crafted a 10-question anonymous informal survey for teachers, faculty and staff. The goal of the survey was to make sure the decision-makers are keeping their safety in mind as Cy-Fair ISD leaders move forward with reopening plans. LimitationsThe surveyors had to rely on social media and word of mouth as they did not have access to contact information for CFISD staff or school staff statewide. As a result, surveyors feel they have only been able to reach a small percentage of Texas school staff and results may not reflect all perspectives. The creators of the survey said Cy-Fair ISD has done a good job so far but they need to do better.
Cy-Fair ISD: What you need to know about the district’s 2020-2021 school plans
Cy-Fair ISD has finalized its reopening plan for the upcoming school year. Here’s what to know so far:CalendarThe first day of school is now scheduled for Sept. 8, 2020. In the event school supplies must be shared, for example in art class, the supplies will be sanitized after each use. At the beginning of each class, students may request additional sanitizing spray and paper towels. VisitorsVisitors should make an appointment to meet with campus staff.