COVID-19 Updates

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Last Updated: July 23, 2020

Yesterday, the Texas Education Agency released updated information allowing school districts to offer remote (virtual) learning for longer periods of time without losing state funding. Prior to yesterday, state funding was going to be tied to having the actual school building open to students.

In light of this new information, we may be proposing updates to the 2020-2021 school calendar, as most districts are doing now.   

For now, the Board has approved our 2020-2021 calendar and school reentry plan, which has the first day for teachers being Monday August 10 and the first day for students being Monday August 17.  

Marlin ISD takes the health and safety of every student and employee seriously. We also understand the dire need of having our students return to receiving quality instruction from our faculty and staff. As information is released by the state, we will communicate any adjustments or modifications to the plans that we have in place.   

As stated in a previous message, we understand your frustration and angst with the ever changing updates, information, and guidelines that are being communicated from multiple sources. We are asking for your continued flexibility, as we continue to tailor our reentry plan to meet the needs of our Marlin community.   


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June 30, 2020

Following Mayor Carolyn Lofton's citywide executive order, all visitors to a Marlin ISD building will be required to wear a face covering starting June 25, 2020. View details here.

Marlin ISD's top priority is the safety and well-being of its students and staff. Please be assured that MISD health professionals have been proactively monitoring information about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) since the start of the outbreak.

Staff members are monitoring the situation and proactively initiating preventative cleaning and health education as necessary out of an abundance of caution.

MISD also works closely with Falls County Public Health to stay aware of the latest local developments. The district will continue to monitor recommendations from Falls County and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as the situation evolves.
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