Over half of Frisco ISD students have opted into all-virtual learning for the start of the 2020-21 school year, according to recent results from a district commitment form.
FISD reopened the window for parents to choose their child's preferred learning environment for the fall between July 27-30. The form initially opened between June 29-July 14.
The first three weeks of FISD's school year will be all-virtual, and students signed up for face-to-face learning will resume instruction in schools Sept. 3.
As of the July 30 results, over 50% of students are signed up for Virtual Academy, nearly 45% of students are signed up for face-to-face learning, 4.50% gave no response and less than 1% are pursuing options outside of the district.
Commitment to Virtual Academy saw the greatest increase since the June 29-July 14 selection window as compared to face-to-face learning.
For the elementary level overall, nearly 41% of students are committed to face-to-face learning and nearly 55% to Virtual Academy, according to the most recent data.
Overall middle school results show nearly 44% are committed to face-to-face and around 51% to Virtual Academy, per the data.
Almost 51% of high school students overall are committed to face-to-face and around 44% to Virtual Academy, per the data.
Parents will have another opportunity to change their child's learning environment Oct. 16.
Below is a breakdown of where every FISD campus stands in the most recent results.
CAMPUS BREAKDOWN: Over half of Frisco ISD students committed to virtual learning in fall
Frisco ISD reopened its window for parents to choose their child's preferred learning environment for the fall between July 27-30. The form initially opened between June 29-July 14. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)