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Roadmap to Remaining Open

Conroe ISD


In light of Governor Abbott’s issuance of Executive Order GA-34pdf which goes into effect on March 10, 2021, Conroe ISD is seeking additional guidance from the Texas Education Agency regarding safety measures and health standards in place. All safety protocols will remain in effect in Conroe ISD schools and facilities until further clarification is obtained.

In accordance with the recommendation from the Montgomery County Public Health District, students of all ages are required to wear a face covering as developmentally appropriate. For more information, please see the Letter of Advisement linked below.

8-24-20 UPDATE: MCPHD Letter of Advisementpdf

Instructional Offerings

Conroe ISD is offering both Traditional In-Person and Remote/Online Instruction. Both programs follow Conroe ISD’s TEKS-based curriculum. Any family wanting to change their student’s selection should contact their child’s school using the contact information at the top of the campus website. Selections for the 4th grading period were due in February.

In-Person Instruction

Conroe ISD is offering Traditional In-Person Instruction for the 2020-2021 school year. This is a face-to-face learning experience that is 5 days a week with standard school hours. Students and staff follow social distancing, mask, and hygiene guidelines as appropriate and detailed on the In-Person Instruction webpage.

Guidance Documents

In addition to the items linked, Conroe ISD references information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and American Academy of Pediatrics as well as information provided by State and local health officials.

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