Frisco ISD moving summer learning, enrichment to online-only due to COVID-19

Frisco ISD summer programs typically done in person will be delivered in an eLearning format. (Courtesy Fotolia)
Frisco ISD summer programs typically done in person will be delivered in an eLearning format. (Courtesy Fotolia)

Frisco ISD summer programs typically done in person will be delivered in an eLearning format. (Courtesy Fotolia)

All Frisco ISD summer programming will take place online as a result of COVID-19.

Summer programs typically done in person will be delivered in an eLearning format, according to an April 28 district release. These programs include the Title 1 Summer Enrichment Experience, Title 1 Summer Reading Program, Limited English Proficient Summer Enrichment Experience and Extended School Year.

Much of secondary summer school is already online, but final exams and projects will now be turned in online, per the release, and teachers will offer virtual office hours and meetings for students.

It is still unclear what guidelines will be needed in June and July, per the release.

Qualifying criteria for summer school depends on the program, per the release. Elementary and middle school programs are available by invitation only. High school students can take courses to advance or recover credit.


FISD will offer webinars to provide additional information about secondary summer school April 28 and 29 and May 6 and 7, per the release.