BROWNSVILLE, Texas (KVEO) – Brownsville Independent School District (BISD) is returning back to school for in-class instruction learning starting Monday, Nov. 30.
In a Facebook post written by the school district, BISD says “The Texas Education Agency (TEA) is not extending additional waivers to delay the reopening of schools.”
BISD’s Superintendent, Dr. René Gutiérrez confirmed with Commissioner of Education Mike Morath on Tuesday returning back-to-school.
BISD’s waiver ends Friday, Nov. 20, and will reopen campuses for face-to-face instruction. Distance learning is still an option if parents chose to continue with online instruction.