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Hurst-Euless-Bedford schools back online

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The HurstEulessBedford Independent School District has faced a difficult decision in whether or not to move classes online. Over the past few weeks, administrators have considered cancelling any in-person classes. In just the last 2 weeks, they officially made the decision to go back online.

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD’s latest change to the school year follows a recent spike in COVID cases. Initially, the plan was to close the 2 HEB ISD schools that had the highest rates. As the virus continued to spread, the district realized that further action was required.

The risk of online schooling

Because of its need to make a change, the school looked into ways to go back to online classes. The risk with doing so was losing funding from the state of Texas. Fortunately, they were able to find a way forward. According to WFAA.com, “the Texas Education Agency has given school districts the option to move to all remote learning for five days without any impact on funding.” With this change in rules, DFW-area schools now have a much better route to decrease their COVID numbers.

Despite going online being a big change on the school’s part, it won’t be too different for students. They’ve already spent the first part of the year with online curriculum. The sudden change will certainly push students to be flexible, but it’ll also keep them safe.

Other ISDs going online-only

While one of the earliest to capitalize on the online-only opportunity, HEB has by no means been the first. ISDs in the cities of Coppell, Sanger, Keller, and more have closed schools and moved online to keep their students safe.

This new plan for HEB ISD comes in a school year that’s already been full of changes. Since the pandemic began, schools across the United States have changed course. The virus has caused some schools to end entire years early, others to start later, and many to go to online-only classes.

We’ve surely not seen the end of it yet, but are thankful that North Texas has such great teachers and administrators in it school systems. We know they’ll make the right choice for their independent school districts, and we’ll keep you updated as those changes come.

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