The district emailed a survey to parents on June 25 regarding instructional options, and that survey will remain open until July 9, according to the district.
The three models of instruction being explored include in-person instruction, virtual instruction and a hybrid of the two, according to the district.
CISD said in its draft fall planning guide that it is still waiting for up-to-date Texas Education Agency guidance regarding delivering instruction in the fall.
Students in grades 5-12 will also have a chance to provide their opinions in July, according to the district.
CISD officials currently plan to have students returning for in-person instruction Aug. 17, according to the district. Still, the district said it is prepared to offer the hybrid or virtual instructional models should COVID-19 surges continue into the upcoming school year.