CYPRESS — In possibly one of the most visible signs of what to — or not to — expect this fall, today Cypress-Fairbanks ISD suspended face-to-face summer school, despite having plans in place to mitigate the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus.
Despite the sudden announced restrictions and closures of many recently opened businesses earlier today (click to read), the suspension of summer school is only a glimpse of what happen without warning this upcoming school year.
Just on Wednesday, June 24, 2020, CFISD called off summer sports training (click to read) and many coaches are now back to using Zoom or other video conferencing applications to try and keep their student-athletes in shape and ready for a possible 2020 season.
Face-to-face summer school is suspended for 2020. CFISD summer school students will continue in our virtual programs. pic.twitter.com/iO6qFurAm0
— Cypress-Fairbanks ISD (@CyFairISD) June 26, 2020
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