School Districts in this area are busy trying to figure out what the next school year will look like for students and teachers. COVID-19 has obviously caused major adjustments on how the educational process has proceeded. The pandemic already forced schools to close person-to-person classes and transition what we have come to know as distance education. Liberty ISD Assistant Superintendent Dustin McGee says what next year’s school year will look like is a moving target. Mr. McGee says most school district administrators are on phone calls daily with multiple entities such as the Texas Education Agency, Governor’s office, and The Education Commissioner’s office discussing next year. Dusty McGee says when the district reopens it will have to be consistent with the State and Federal orders and that will be a challenge.