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La Porte ISD Reentry Survey

La Porte ISD reentry plan unveiled 

Superintendent Dr. Walter Jackson and the district’s administrative team on July 21 outlined the reentry plan for the 2020-21 school year. The comprehensive presentation included information about the delivery of instruction, both virtually and in-person, as well as details about health and safety measures, transportation, child nutrition and communications.  

Click here to view the July 21, 2020 Board of Trustees Meeting

La Porte ISD to start school 100 percent virtually August 19

July 15

Students at La Porte ISD will begin school as scheduled on August 19 with virtual instruction delivered by teachers who will work from their campus classrooms. Students will return to school on September 8 for face-to-face or virtual learning.

“Health and safety are major concerns for all of us right now because of COVID-19,” said Dr. Walter Jackson, La Porte ISD superintendent of schools. “This virtual instruction plan provides the social distancing for students and staff. Our teachers will instruct from their individual classrooms, and students will receive instruction at home.”

Instruction from classrooms to homes additionally helps protect the integrity of the district’s educational offering, because teachers have many more tools at their disposal on campus, Jackson added.

“Also, working our regular schedule during this brief period will provide for a smoother transition when our students return to school in person,” he said.


Does your child need a technology device to begin our 2020-21 school year? Please call Technology Services at 281-604-7070.

Following is an overview of our plan to reopen schools in-person (September 8) for the 2020-21 school year.  This plan is the culmination of a concerted effort from administrators and teachers, using guidelines from the CDC, TEA, and UIL. Just as the COVID-19 pandemic changes regularly, this document is also fluid and will be adjusted regularly as necessary. Keep La Porte STRONG!


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