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Texas City ISD has both in-person and virtual learning. If you want to change from one format to another, a request must be made in writing to your child's principal within two weeks of a 6 or 9-week grading period. Changes will be granted at the 6 and 9-week grading period.

COVID Task Force

A COVID Task Force made up of parents, community, board members, teachers, staff, and administrators have put together a Reopening Plan. This document could change based on current state and federal mandates, recommendations and guidance.

View and download the plan at the link below.

Reopening Plan 8/14/2020
Plan de reapertura español 8/14/2020

Addendum 1 10/28/2020
Actualizado 10/28/2020

Weekly COVID-19 Report

Download the Weekly Covid-19 Report

Archived Weekly Reports

TCISD Daily Health Assessment

Virtual Parent Support Sessions

Latest News

Medical Certification for COVID-19 High Risk Exemption

Should a student be identified to return to in-person instruction, but the student has a high-risk medical condition as defined by the Centers for Disease Control, a medical certification form will need to be completed.

This form will need to be presented at the appeal meeting or emailed to the campus administration to claim the high-risk exemption for COVID-19.

Download in English or Spanish

What if my child isn't feeling good?

It is best to keep your child home if they are experiencing any of these symptoms:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Nasal congestion or runny nose
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Diarrhea
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Stomachache
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Poor appetite

Students who come to school and report any of the symptoms listed above will be sent home per CDC guidelines and must follow the proper protocol to return. This means they will be out for up to 10 days.  

If you can manage your student's symptoms at home, you may return your student to school when the following are true:

  1. Your medical provider has determined a different illness other than COVID19 and cleared your student to return.


  1. You have a negative PCR test result for COVID19 and no symptoms. A rapid test will NOT be accepted.


  1. At least 10 days from the first clinical diagnosis symptom


  1. At least 72 hours fever free without fever-reducing medication


  1. When symptoms are improving.

All students who have been out sick must report to the campus Nurse before returning to class. We understand this isn't convenient for anyone, but we are strictly following CDC guidelines to help keep our staff and students healthy. Thank you for your understanding.

If parents/guardians are called to pick up their sick child, they will need to make every effort to pick up their children as soon as possible. We ask parents to include this important measure in your family's plan of emergency contacts who can come and pick your student up if they become ill during the school day.

Please keep your child at home if they are sick.

Download the TCISD Health Assessment

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