Remote Learning at LISD

With local schools suspending classes for at least the next few weeks, parents are rightly concerned on how to continue their child’s education. Liberty ISD Superintendent Cody Abshire said starting Monday, the district will roll out their distance learning plan. While many students in the district have access to the internet and can study online, not all have that option. Cody Abshire said the district will have a paper packet available for those students.

As this situation continues, people should be ready to adjust to what will be our new, short term hopefully, normal. If you have questions, contact your school district administration office directly.

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