NISD staff prepare distance learning lessons
“Nobody’s’ ever been through anything like this,” commented NISD Supt. Dr. David Waters from his home on Monday as he began to outline the steps his staff is taking to transition from on-site to off-campus distance learning – possibly for the remainder of the current school year.
At the same time, he wanted to reassure the seniors, and their parents, that the district would do all they could to ensure at least part of “the senior experience” does happen.
“I just hope all our kids, and staff, and families will take it seriously,” Dr. Waters said of the Covid-19 pandemic. “It’s sure enough out there, and sure enough it could happen here,” he warned.
“We are closed at least until April 10,” Dr. Waters said referring to a decision made by the county’s seven school superintendents.
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