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The PISD Board of Trustees has voted to suspend Voluntary Remote Learning Effective Nov. 10, 2020.  Remote learning will still be offered for students on COIVD Quarantine, medically fragile students, and in the event of a campus or district closure.

More information is available  HERE   Español: Suspension de Aprendizaje Virtual

Why is PISD choosing to end the Virtual Learning option?

After evaluating the success of all students who chose virtual learning, the PISD Administrators felt that many of the virtual students were not fulfilling the district’s expectations of academic engagement and attendance. The low performance of a large number of students who were virtual indicated they were not meeting the district’s expectations for learning.

We cannot allow so many students to continue down a path where it was clear they were not doing well. As a district, we must put them in an atmosphere where students and teachers can be more successful.  The energy that distance learning was taking from the students and teachers was too high for no more success than we were experiencing. 

We truly believe that our schools are some of the safest places for students to be and to learn. Students need the structure that is provided by in-person learning.

We will do our best to make it a smooth transition back to face-to-face instruction and make the students feel part of the campus again. 

PISD always tries to make decisions based on what is best for all students.

Next Board Meeting

The PISD Board of Trustees will meet Thursday, Nov, 19, 2020, at 6:00 pm in the PISD Admin. Building 721, SW 17th. A live feed of the meeting will be on the PISD Facebook page. Click below for links to Live Feed, Meeting Agenda, Past Videos

PISD Athletic Requirements

In keeping with district safety protocols, attendees to all PISD events, including athletic events, must wear a mask upon arrival to the event. Masks are encouraged during the remainder of the event. ALL EVENTS are limited to 50% capacity, which is 514 in Ranger Gym and 2500 at Ranger Field. Thank you for your participation and your support of Perryton ISD

TECH SUPPORT

PARENTS AND STUDENTS: If you need help with Chromebooks or other Tech Issues CLICK BELOW.

COVID-19 SUPPORT

IF YOUR CHILD NEEDS EMOTIONAL OR ACADEMIC SUPPORT DURING THESE DIFFICULT TIMES, CLICK HERE FOR ASSISTANCE.

 

 

 

 

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MASK REQUIREMENTS AND INFORMATION

Masks remain the best way to keep our students in school because TEA Guidelines require the school district to remove all exposed students from class for 14 days.

A student is considered to be exposed if they are within 6 feet for 15 minutes of a student who tests positive for COVID-19, unless both parties are wearing a mask.
 
Our number one goal is to keep kids in the classroom where they can get the best educational opportunity. 

In a recent example, requiring masks at Wright Elementary saved 35 students from being quarantined for two weeks!  MASKS ALLOW US TO KEEP KIDS IN SCHOOL!

PISD requires masks for all staff, students and visitors (all grades.)

 

 

PISD Board of Trustees Election

NOTICE OF PREVIOUS PRECINCT
Early voting Perry Memorial Libray

November 3, 2020
2 Positions Open
5 Candidates:
Lane Haley, Ramon Vela, Shane Slover, Perla Gonzalez, Pete DeSantiago

For information: 806-435-5478 Ext. 229

Campus Start and End Times

Kinder

Head Start & Morning Pre-K 7:45-11:20; Dual Language Pre-K (One Class) 7:45 to 3:25; Kindergarten 7:45 to 3:25;

Wright & Williams

7:55 to 3:35

PJH

6th Grade 7:45 to 3:35; 7th Grade 7:50 to 3:30; 8th Grade 7:55 to 3:35;

PHS

8:05 to 3:45

Ludi Peña Martin AEC

7:55 to 3:35