Latest Update: Mansfield ISD schools, offices and facilities remained closed for the rest of the 2019-20 school year while learning continued online. All in-person summer programs are canceled, but virtual options are available. The public use of outdoor MISD facilities (i.e. playgrounds, tracks and basketball courts) will resume on Monday, June 8. More information about meal services and community resources is available here.
Based on the executive order given by Governor Greg Abbott, Mansfield ISD schools, offices and facilities will remain closed for the rest of the 2019-20 school year.
The governor previously closed all schools in the state until at least May 4 in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). However, he announced on April 17 that it is safer for our communities if schools across Texas stay closed for the remainder of the school year.
Distance learning continued for the duration of the school year, and virtual summer programs will be available.
Please remember that during this closure, all extracurricular activities and field trips will be canceled; and the use of MISD facilities, such as playgrounds, tracks, basketball courts, etc.is prohibited in an effort to prevent large gatherings.
For the safety of the community, please adhere to the executive orders and “safer at home” restrictions put in place by your local municipalities.
MISD has created a COVID-19 Shutdown web page for parents and staff members, which contains information about distance learning, free meals, graduating seniors, an FAQ about the impacts of the closure and more.