Fort Bend ISD’s youngest students returned for face-to-face instruction beginning Sept. 28.
Pre-K and kindergarten students returned to the classroom Sept. 28, followed by first graders Sept. 30 and second graders Oct. 2.
Next week, elementary students will continue to be gradually phased back to campus, with third graders scheduled to return Oct. 6, fourth graders Oct. 8 and fifth graders Oct. 9.
At the middle and high school levels, sixth and ninth graders will return to campus Oct. 5; seventh and 10th graders Oct. 7; and eighth, 11th and 12th graders Oct. 9, according to a district schedule.
Students who selected face-to-face learning will be fully phased in prior to the beginning of the second nine-week grading period, which starts Oct. 12.
All students have the option of receiving instruction online for the entire 2020-21 school year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Check out how many students opted for in-person versus online learning here, and continue reading to see some Twitter posts from FBISD about the first week back in the classroom.
During the first day of face-to-face instruction in Fort Bend ISD, Dr. Dupre and Board President Jason Burdine visited our littlest learners at Dulles Elementary! Here's to a great relaunch of the school year. #FBISDReimagined pic.twitter.com/IgIKwPtxEY
— Fort Bend ISD (@FortBendISD) September 28, 2020
Mrs. Callard makes kindergarten look so easy! so cute! pic.twitter.com/xWulK7mbBt
— Madden Elementary (@CVME_Huskies) September 29, 2020
— Juan Seguin (@JSES_Stallions) September 29, 2020
— Fort Bend ISD (@FortBendISD) September 30, 2020
— Leonetti Elementary (@DLE_Lions) September 30, 2020
Thank you for leading such an amazing team! It was my pleasure to see the great learning happening F2F @MYE_Leopards in a safe environment! #CustodianAppreciationDay #onefortbend #strongrecovery https://t.co/tXp2k2p5yT
— Jason Burdine (@JasonBurdine1) October 2, 2020