Families were given the option to change their child's learning method in February, per Texas Education Agency requirements. The number of students attending school in-person rose to 57%, which is a 4% increase from the third nine weeks, while 43% of students have chosen virtual instruction, according to the data.
Hughston Elementary School now has the highest level of face-to-face instruction among elementary campuses, with 81% of students receiving instruction in classrooms. Skaggs Elementary has the smallest percentage of students signed up for in-person learning at 33%.
At the middle school level, Haggard has the largest percentage of students opting for face-to-face instruction, with 73% of students choosing that method. At the other end of the spectrum, Rice Middle School has only 35% of students attending in-person.
Vines High leads high school campuses with 62% of students opting for in-person instruction. Jasper High School, with only 30% of students in classrooms, has the smallest percentage of in-person students.
At the senior high level, Plano has the highest percentage of students choosing in-person instruction and Plano East has the lowest.
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