Here's good news for parents that want to have lunch with their children. The Abilene Independent School District (AISD) has updated its health and safety protocols. Beginning on Monday, November 29th, AISD will allow parents and/or their guardians on campus to have lunch with their children.

However, some protocols will have to be followed as well as all AISD health and safety procedures. For example, the use of face coverings is "strongly recommended" for all staff, students, and on-campus guests.

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As an integral part of Abilene ISD’s safety plan for in-person instruction was the creation of health and safety protocols designed to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

AISD will continue to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) for all students and employees. Additionally, elementary and middle school students will be seated in order to allow for maximum social distancing and there will be assigned seating.

The Abilene Independent School District Wants To Hear From You

To learn more on the Abilene ISD's health and safety protocols go to abileneisd.org for a complete outline. Furthermore, in accordance with the ESSER grant, the Abilene ISD was given earlier in the year. Your input and opinions are highly valued and sought.

The AISD has says: "It is our goal to create an environment that provides students with the most engaging, instructional and educational experiences in a safe healthy envivoment. These protocols have been adjusted at the end of each six weeks to reflect the current status of COVID-19 in our community."
Source: AbileneISD.org

To share your thoughts, inputs, and/or opinions for the ESSER survey simply click this ESSER link.

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