Bryan ISD is asking for parent feedback on a possible virtual academy.

According to KXXV, a recent change to Texas legislation has now allowed for school districts to re-instate virtual learning for the next two years. With the change Bryan ISD is trying to determine rather a virtual academy would have enough interest to make happen.

Parents and caregivers of students in grades kindergarten through sixth have until Friday morning to submit an online survey regarding the virtual academy. Once Friday's deadline is reached the Board of Trustees will meet to determine whether the program will have enough participants to continue. The options for opening up the academy could be one class room, one grade level or just opening up the entire kindergarten through sixth.

Bryan ISD is ensuring parents that if the virtual academy becomes a thing they will hire certified teachers who are full-time dedicated just to the virtual learning curriculum.

it's amazing to see how learning during a pandemic has evolved into a realm we could have never imagined.

if you have a student or know a parent and or guardian please encourage them to take the online survey before Friday.

 

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