In consultation with Tarrant County Public Health Department officials and based on their recommendation, Aledo ISD schools will be closed 2 weeks following Spring Break and students are scheduled to return Monday, April 6.
Please follow AISD social media for more details. pic.twitter.com/BRYMA3XVDO
— Aledo ISD (@AledoISD) March 13, 2020
Reminder: Aledo ISD has created a Coronavirus (COVID-19) webpage with updated information & FAQs for staff, parents and the community. This webpage will be updated regularly.
Coronavirus Webpage ➡️ https://t.co/1Uuf1MrJ5K pic.twitter.com/oXpsM067NT
— Aledo ISD (@AledoISD) March 17, 2020
AISD will remain closed for one extra week after Spring Break. Students will return on Monday, March 30.
More information about instruction and providing meals for students during the week of March 23-27 will be announced at a later time.
— Alvarado ISD (@AlvaradoISD) March 13, 2020
By the order of Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Arlington ISD schools will be closed through Friday, Apr. 3. We will follow this protocol in an effort to slow the spread of COVID-19. More details can be found on our Coronavirus web page at https://t.co/eE8Wi4YFD8. pic.twitter.com/3pjvSAIvgE
— Arlington ISD (@ArlingtonISD) March 19, 2020
COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update. All Burleson ISD schools will remain closed after Spring Break until Sunday, April 5. Please click here for important information: https://t.co/IjttVl6a9G pic.twitter.com/nRxhbpAZ6C
— BurlesonISD (@BurlesonISD) March 13, 2020
CEDAR HILL ISD
Cedar Hill ISD Superintendent Dr. Gerald Hudson has announced today that the District will be closed indefinitely due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19).
For the safety of our student-athletes – All Athletic events have been suspended until further notice @TheHillTthlFB @chbaseball5 @CHHSSoftball @LonghornSpeed @TTHLGirlPower @CHWomensSoccer @ChisdSoccer pic.twitter.com/SBkk4LzOCl
— Cedar Hill Longhorns (@CHLonghorns) March 13, 2020
To slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in our community, all Dallas ISD schools will close indefinitely. This action follows advice from the Dallas County Health and Human Services department (DCHHS).
We recognize the significant impact this extended closure will have on the entire community, especially for families who depend on the district for critical services.
While our classrooms are empty, our work on behalf of children continues. We have activated at-home learning, our teachers are prepared to begin distance instruction, and Dallas ISD Food and Child Nutrition Services (FCNS) will distribute meals at select campus locations. These sites will become central locations for family and student resource distribution in the coming weeks. Please expect phone messages with updates and visit www.dallasisd.org/COVID19 for more information.
Thank you for working with us as we unite with organizations across the community to respond to COVID-19.
IMPORTANT UPDATE: To slow the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in our community, all DeSoto ISD schools will close indefinitely. This action follows advice from the Dallas County Health and Human Services department (DCHHS).
Duncanville ISD suspended indefinitely.
For the health and safety of our community, Duncanville ISD will close indefinitely. Our priority is to make sure we take care of our students, staff, community and all stakeholders as we deal with this unprecedented crisis. Click here to read more – https://t.co/zIgBYad2BU pic.twitter.com/L5b5INMmjV
— Duncanville ISD (@DuncanvilleISD) March 16, 2020
Panther Nation…Starting Friday, all Duncanville athletics sporting events have been suspended. This is part of the district’s precautionary measures to address the evolving circumstances surrounding the coronavirus. Click here to read more – https://t.co/4rxZ9IiaFp pic.twitter.com/Kee9IQNreO
— Duncanville ISD Athletics (@pantherssports) March 13, 2020
FORT WORTH ISD
The Fort Worth ISD will be closed through April 3 by the order of Texas Governor Greg Abbott. More information at https://t.co/USK3fgKU0X. pic.twitter.com/Kv5eNFyDFR
— Fort Worth ISD (@FortWorthISD) March 19, 2020
GRAND PRAIRIE ISD
Grand Prairie ISD suspends indefinitely. If you have questions, call 972-623-9000 M-F, 8am-noon, & we will do our best to answer your questions. If you have specific questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
GPISD will extend the closure of schools & suspend normal school operations indefinitely. This suspension of normal school operations, taken in conjunction with surrounding districts, is in support of the nation’s effort to “flatten the curve” of the COVID-19 pandemic. (1/4) pic.twitter.com/aNZKvRjz5S
— Grand Prairie ISD (@grandprairieisd) March 17, 2020
GCISD to remain closed through April 3. Visit our website for more details: https://t.co/6asGKQ0fT5 pic.twitter.com/EELzswsNLl
— GCISD (@GCISD) March 19, 2020
District announces closure until April 3 visit our website for more details: www.gcisd.net/covid19
In an effort to support the region and nation’s need to slow the spread of COVID-19, as well as the recent Tarrant County stay-at-home order, Kennedale ISD is extending the suspension of normal district operations through at least Friday, April 10. pic.twitter.com/ztaEU9xefR
— Kennedale ISD (@KennedaleISD) March 25, 2020
Gov. Abbott has officially closed schools for the entire State of Texas until May 4th, unless otherwise extended. It does not mean that schools will open on May 5th. They will continue to monitor the situation & make a determination at that time. pic.twitter.com/jA2EdjJ8UW
— Lancaster I.S.D. (@LancasterISD) March 31, 2020
Lancaster ISD Suspended Indefinitely 3/16/2020
Thank you for your patience during these unprecedented times. We believe this is an essential step in aiding in the safety and security of our students and community, as they will always be our top priority. God bless us all! 🙏🏽 pic.twitter.com/gIj29uVmFU
— Elijah Granger (@ElijahGranger) March 16, 2020
Gov. Greg Abbott announced new statewide restrictions today, which will close all schools through April 3. Therefore, all MISD schools, offices & facilities will remain closed to the public until then. Details: https://t.co/YRO92c05oe
— Mansfield ISD (@mansfieldisd) March 19, 2020
Governor Abbott has extended his order declaring all Texas school buildings must remain closed until Monday, May 4. Due to today’s developments, Midlothian ISD will continue providing distance learning at home. For the full update, visit https://t.co/eariBg4Pyi. pic.twitter.com/cng9mW24BL
— Midlothian ISD (@MidlothianISD) March 31, 2020
March 18, 2020 – 4 p.m. Update. Join us for a Facebook LIVE parent orientation Friday, March 20. The orientation for elementary will be at 12 p.m. and then secondary will be at 12:30 p.m. For more information, visit https://t.co/cPSI3dVmL0. pic.twitter.com/6C65jJfmLN
— Midlothian ISD (@MidlothianISD) March 18, 2020
We will begin to offer at-home instruction beginning Monday, March 23. We will provide at-home instruction through Friday, April 3. We will continue to monitor and assess this situation as information is fluid. For more information, visit
We are asking parents to self-report if your student traveled internationally or took a cruise during Spring Break, March 6-15 by filling out the form at https://t.co/cz3d4IaSuI by 5 p.m. Tuesday, March 17. For more info, visit https://t.co/cPSI3dVmL0 pic.twitter.com/pmDM6YzHzn
— Midlothian ISD (@MidlothianISD) March 13, 2020
Our goal is always to create and maintain a safe living and learning environment for all of our Bulldog Family respond to federal, state & local regulations with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We are postponing all events until April 13th. pic.twitter.com/6dUacAG848
— Navarro College (@NavarroCollege) March 17, 2020
Because of the continued novel coronavirus and COVID-19 pandemic, Northwest ISD schools will operate on spring break for two additional weeks, through Friday, March 27. All extracurricular activities during this period are either canceled or rescheduled. https://t.co/JqGp1TONHe
— Northwest ISD (@NorthwestISD) March 13, 2020