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PISD Remote Learning Procedures

Perryton ISD Remote Learning Procedure

As of November 10, 2020, Perryton ISD will suspend voluntary remote learning.  After discussions with administrators and review of data, the Board of Trustees voted to suspend voluntary remote learning.  All students receiving virtual instruction are expected to report to school for on-campus instruction on or before this date.

 A letter, dated October 21, 2020, was posted on the website and sent to the parents and/or guardians of Perryton ISD students to explain the procedure for the return of the students to on-campus instruction.  All student who are currently receiving virtual instruction will be contacted by campus administrators to discuss procedures to return to campus no later than November 10, 2020.

The only students allowed to learn remotely are:

  1. Students who have been quarantined due to close contact exposure
  2. Students who have received a positive test result for COVID-19
  3. A district or campus closure



If you as a parent/guardian of a student enrolled in Perryton ISD disagree with the remote learning cancellation, you may appeal this decision in one of two ways:

  1.  Submitting a medical exemption, which you can obtain by clicking HERE.  This exemption requires health care provider certification that your child or an individual in his/her household has a high-risk medical condition as defined by the Centers for Disease Control.  You can submit this appeal via email to the campus administrator or turn in your request to your child’s campus office.


  1. Requesting a transition meeting.  If you request a transition meeting, the principal of your child’s campus will contact you to schedule a transition meeting, including any of your child’s teachers that need to be present.  The meeting will occur no sooner than 3 days after you request it, and your child may continue to learn remotely until the meeting has been held.