Kerrville ISD August 2020 Reopening Information
UPDATE TO THE KISD COMMITMENT (11/6/20)
Changes to The KISD Commitment:
Virtual Kerrville ISD 2.0 (VK2)
November 6, 2020
Attendance and grade data from the first two grading periods of the 2020-21 school year have informed us that the optional virtual student learning environment is not appropriate for all students. Some students engaged in VK2 are at significant risk of severe learning loss. When students are struggling academically, the need for interventions or a change in learning environments may be necessary.
Starting on November 9, 2020, Kerrville ISD will remove the virtual learning (VK2) option for students who have attendance or grade deficits. Campus administration will notify parents/students when the virtual learning option is no longer available to them and these students will be required to attend school in-person.
There may be exceptions for students with documented conditions that cause them to be medically fragile, or for certain students served under the umbrella of special education.
Parents of virtual students that disagree with the notification of mandatory in-person attendance can appeal the decision by completing an appeal request form and meeting in-person with the campus principal. Upon request, there may be a transition period for students that are required to return to in-person instruction.
As of November 9, 2020 campus administrators will begin contacting families with students struggling academically in VK2.
Everything parents and community members need to know about our School Reopening Plans can be found here.
Click on documents below for more information.
Check back frequently for additional information.
Questions or feedback on the draft plan can be submitted by email at this address: