In a Friday morning Tweet, Allen ISD announced their decision to move to an at-home learning model for at least three weeks of instruction due to COVID-19.
Allen ISD will move to an At-Home Learning virtual model for at least the first 3 weeks of school for all students. Students will not attend campus for any In-Person instruction during this time. Read more at: https://t.co/EYgioWFkXk pic.twitter.com/l9BvGEXK4l
— Allen ISD (@Allen_ISD) July 17, 2020
With this decision also comes the suspension of all in-person instruction on campus. “We expect the UIL to provide guidance for in-person athletics and fine arts activities next week. We will share more information with you as soon as it becomes available,” Robin Bullock, Allen ISD Superintendent, added in her full statement (find the full statement here.
Allen ISD hosts the state’s largest high school. With the rise of coronavirus cases across Texas, many high schools and football teams have been awaiting instruction from TEA and UIL before making any rushed decisions. The UIL is expected to meet Monday in which its likely we will know more on the fate of the 2020 football season.