COVID - 19 update 3/31/2020

Posted by Trent Emmons on Mar 31 2020 at 09:03PM PDT

April Stroke Clinics are cancelled, we will be giving refunds, just need to work thru several things (How, when ), more information will be sent out by e-mail.
Thanks for being patient.

As you probably aware, FISD is closed thru May 1st due to the COVID-19, we will give any updates concerning FASST as soon as we receive them.  Meanwhile, care for yourself, your family and those around you, and continue to adhere to the preventative measures as recommended by public health officials, such as limiting interaction and practicing social distancing.

Try to reinforce the following in your daily lives

Social distancing Stay 6 feet way from anyone else
Proper hand washing (soap and water for 20 seconds and hand sanitizer in between)
- Washing hands after certain activities,
- Cough and sneeze etiquette (cough into the upper sleeve or use tissue and dispose of it properly)
- Keeping hands away from eyes, nose and mouth

PER FISD Athletic Department
In response to the rapidly changing circumstances surrounding COVID-19 (Coronavirus), all Frisco ISD athletic events have been suspended through May 1. This includes practices as well as open gyms and weight rooms and swimming pool.

Frisco ISD announced today that the suspension of all in-person classes has been extended through May 1 in order to help eliminate the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The District will continue to utilize eLearning for student instruction.

The District hopes students and families will take this time to care for themselves and their community and adhere to the preventative measures recommended by public health officials. Those preventative measures include limiting interaction and practicing social distancing.

The district will continue to reassess the situation in our community and will seek additional guidance from our local, state and federal agencies, including Collin County Health Services, Denton County Public Health, Texas Health and Human Services, the Texas Education Agency and CDC.


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