Important Message from Dr. Hicks

Williamson County now in Orange Phase
Posted on 11/12/2020
This is the image for the news article titled Williamson County now in Orange PhaseThe Williamson County Cities and Health District has reported a spike in positive cases of COVID-19 and has moved the county to the Orange Phase, which indicates high community transmission.

At this time, there are no operational changes planned for Jarrell ISD, and as of this writing, we have no active cases in the district. We are thankful our positive cases have remained relatively low.

Please remember:
JISD requires the use of masks for adults and students in grades 4 -12. Wear a face covering/mask in public spaces. Remember that masks should cover your nose and mouth.
Students and staff should wash their hands often.
Stay home if you are sick. Screen yourself for symptoms daily.
Review our “Ready, Set, Learn!” plan for more information about our safety measures.

With the holidays coming, please be cautious when you are with others and practice social distancing. Most of the exposure we are seeing is occurring outside of schools. This virus travels fast, and if brought into our school, it could spread quickly without mitigation protocols.

Safety is always our most important priority. While we know going fully remote is an option, students are served best when they are in school for face-to-face learning. Please do your part to help us stay open.

Thank you,

Thank you,
Dr. Toni Hicks
Superintendent of Schools
Jarrell ISD
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