Tagged: covid-19

COVID-19: TAFE Conference At Risk

The Texas Association of Future Educators (TAFE) chapter at Carter is dealing with unsureness of this year’s state competition due to COVID-19. Schools around the state are currently closed down and classes being hosted remotely, which leads to whether there will be any competitions.

Attention La Joya ISD Family

⚠️ Attention La Joya ISD Family⚠️
La Joya ISD will remain 100% on its Remote Learning Model for the first 8 weeks of school. The first day of school continues to be September 8, 2020.🍎📅
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⚠️ Atención Familia de La Joya ISD
La Joya ISD permanecerá 100% en su Modelo de aprendizaje virtual durante las primeras 8 semanas. El primer día de clases sigue siendo el 8 de septiembre del 2020. 🍎

⚠️ Attention La Joya ISD Family⚠️

⚠️ Attention La Joya ISD Family⚠️

Today La Joya ISD School Board of Trustees approved a recommendation made by our Administration Team for La Joya ISD to delay the start of the 2020 – 2021 Academic School Year. This recommendation was made to ensure the safety of our students, parents and community given the significant number of active COVID-19 cases in our county. Our new First Day of School will now be September 8, 2020. This new start date will not only ensure the safety of our students, employees and community but will give our district the opportunity to ensure our online program is stronger and highly effective as we begin our 100% online Remote Learning Model on September 8th.
Together or Apart We Will Shine Bright at La Joya ISD!

⚠️ Attention La Joya ISD Family⚠️

⚠️ Attention La Joya ISD Family⚠️

Today La Joya ISD School Board of Trustees approved a recommendation made by our Administration Team for La Joya ISD to delay the start of the 2020 – 2021 Academic School Year. This recommendation was made to ensure the safety of our students, parents and community given the significant number of active COVID-19 cases in our county. Our new First Day of School will now be September 8, 2020. This new start date will not only ensure the safety of our students, employees and community but will give our district the opportunity to ensure our online program is stronger and highly effective as we begin our 100% online Remote Learning Model on September 8th.
Together or Apart We Will Shine Bright at La Joya ISD!

⚠️ Attention La Joya ISD Family⚠️

⚠️ Attention La Joya ISD Family⚠️

Today La Joya ISD School Board of Trustees approved a recommendation made by our Administration Team for La Joya ISD to delay the start of the 2020 – 2021 Academic School Year. This recommendation was made to ensure the safety of our students, parents and community given the significant number of active COVID-19 cases in our county. Our new First Day of School will now be September 8, 2020. This new start date will not only ensure the safety of our students, employees and community but will give our district the opportunity to ensure our online program is stronger and highly effective as we begin our 100% online Remote Learning Model on September 8th.
Together or Apart We Will Shine Bright at La Joya ISD!

⚠️IMPORTANT NOTICE⚠️🎓🐾

While La Joya ISD was anticipating to celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2020, ALL graduation ceremonies have been postponed due to inclement weather. We will be working to celebrate the La Joya ISD Class of 2020 with In-Person graduations as soon as weather permits. To our graduates and their families we apologize for the postponement and inconvenience as the safety of our students, parents, staff and community remains our number one priority.

Hey 2020 Graduate


ATTENTION: SENIORS–Class of 2020 with the outdoor in-person Commencement Ceremonies we will be hosting, the safety of our community, employees, students, and guests remain a top priority for the La Joya ISD. To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the potential risk of exposure to our employees and guests, we are conducting a simple guest screening questionnaire. Graduate and guest participation is vital to help us take precautionary measures to protect you and everyone in our facilities. Screening is one of several guidelines required to host outdoor in-person graduation ceremonies during the COVID-19 pandemic. Graduates and guests must complete a questionnaire. Below is the link to the form that you must submit to receive your entrance tickets to the ceremony. You have up to 4 tickets with assigned seating.
Example: If you are taking all four guests than you will submit the form 5 times, 1 for you and 1 for each guest.
Please let us know if you have any questions
https://bit.ly/covidgrad