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COVID-19 Updates

March 29, 2023

COVID-19 Resources

We are on heightened alert in response to a current international outbreak of a virus caused by a new coronavirus. SARS-CoV0-2 is the virus that causes the respiratory disease named “coronavirus disease 2019” (abbreviated “COVID-19”). It was first detected in China, but in recent months has spread locally within the state of Texas. Read more about the background and source.
In order to prevent duplication of efforts or misinformation, we’ve compiled a listing of resources to connect you to the most accurate and up-to-date information available.


Practice Social Distancing


To avoid the spread of COVID-19 in our community, practice social distancing:

  • Avoid going out in public
  • When in public, keep six feet of distance between you and others
  • Follow guidance provided by local and state officials

Get more information at:

Practica el distanciamiento social


Para prevenir la propagación de COVID-19 en nuestra comunidad, practique el distanciamiento social:

  • Evite salir en público
  • Cuando esté en público, mantenga una distancia de seis pies entre usted y los demás
  • Seguir las recomendaciones de los funcionarios locales y estatales

Obtenga más información en:

Instructional Continuity

Operational Planning and Support

Centers for Disease Control

Mental Health Services

Texas Department of State Health Services

  • TDSHS information on Coronavirus
  • Printable materials to communicate key information (available in English, Spanish, and Chinese)
  • (833) 986-1919
    COVID-19 Mental Health Line for Texans (24 Hrs A Day, 7 Days A Week)

    Texas Health and Human Services Created this line for Texans experiencing anxiety, stress, or emotional challenges due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Texas Education Agency

Texas State School Safety Center

National School Public Relations Association

Resources to learn about Coronavirus

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