COVID19

Ready, Set, Learn

"Ready, Set, Learn!" Updates

Updated October 9, 2020 - Jarrell ISD is making active COVID-19 case information available through a dashboard. This data will be updated when the administration is made aware of active cases and recoveries. 

Learning Options

Following the district's draft Return-to-School plan, the Jarrell ISD families will have the opportunity to change their student's learning option for the upcoming 9 week grading period.  

Families that choose virtual learning for their child will be required to provide their own internet connection. 

Free Breakfast and Lunch for In-Person Learners

All Jarrell ISD students who attend school in person are able to receive free breakfast and lunch through December. This is made possible by the Texas Department of Agriculture. 

Expectations for Learning at Home

Families are expected to support their students by ensuring that they:

  • Have access to a device, a place to work and are engaged in virtual learning activities. The student's workspace and background should be free of distractions

  • Attend daily synchronous lessons using Google Meets.

  • Have supplies to complete off-line assignments

  • Complete assignments with integrity and academic honesty.

  • Complete the daily learning measure to comply with attendance requirements

  • Submit assignments on time.

  • Attend live instruction appropriately dressed in accordance to JISD dress code.

  • Communicate with the school when assistance is needed.

Transportation Information

On September 4, Jarrell ISD published bus routes for the 2020-21 school year.

Health Information Form

For students who will be receiving in-person learning, parents/guardians will need to complete a health information form for their child as soon as possible. Read more.  Families can also enroll in CareDox

Frequently Asked Questions 

Questions? 
Email Jarrell ISD; Jarrell High School; Jarrell Middle School; Jarrell Elementary School or Igo Elementary School

Student Chromebooks

Jarrell ISD is providing devices for all secondary students and gathering information from elementary students who do not have access to technology at home. Read more about this process.  All staff will report to assigned campuses during the three week transition period.

On-campus instruction will begin on Wednesday, September 9. Parents will have the choice of either on-campus instruction or remote learning for their child.  Parents will make their choice the week of August 3-7. More information about the selection process will be coming soon. 

School Supplies

While the first three weeks of instruction will be on-line, students will still need school supplies. The lists are available here.

Jarrell ISD & the COVID-19 Pandemic 

Updated July 23, 2020 - Jarrell ISD’s top priority is protecting the health and safety of our students and staff.

District administrators have been working all summer, staying up-to-date with guidance from TEA, to develop a back-to-school plan for the 2020-21 school year.  This plan will ensure all students get an excellent education and addresses important safety measures to help reduce the spread of COVID-19.

To develop this plan, district leaders have been meeting with a Back-to-School Taskforce to gather feedback from stakeholders. 

The Taskforce met on July 15 from 9-11:30 a.m. to review the current guidance from TEA. Administration developed a plan framework and met with the Taskforce again on July 22 from 9-11:30 a.m. to gather feedback. 

Back-to-School Taskforce Presentation

The Back-to-School plan was presented to the Board of Trustees on Wednesday, July 22:  

Given the evolving nature of the COVID-19 Pandemic, the Return-to-School plan is subject to change.



If you have symptoms of respiratory illness including cough, fever and shortness of breath, please contact your healthcare provider.

It is important to call ahead before arriving at a clinic, urgent care or emergency department to avoid potential spread. For more information, visit  the Williamson County Cities and Health District website.

Personal Prevention Measures

Based on the current information, health officials are recommending local communities and schools should take the same steps to protect against coronavirus as we take to prevent the spread of everyday illnesses like the common cold or
the flu:

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