Latest Update

  • March 31, 2020

    San Marcos CISD Families,

    San Marcos CISD continues to support and follow the efforts to halt the spread of COVID-19 across our community.
    Today, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that all schools in the state will remain closed through Monday, May 4. San Marcos CISD will follow the executive order as our campuses will remain closed at least until that date.

    Given that we are all facing unforeseen challenges, San Marcos CISD has extended the period of At-Home Learning through May 4. Our priority is to keep our students and staff safe and to comply with the guidance from state and local officials. During this period of at-home learning, district and campus offices will be closed to visitors.
    The closure of school is not easy for any of us and we want you to know we are working to continue our mission to offer remote educational opportunities for all our students. We will also continue to offer curbside meals for children 18 years old and younger at our designated locations across the district. Breakfast and lunch meals can be picked up between 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the following locations: Mendez ES, Travis ES, San Marcos HS, Allen Wood Homes (1201 Thorpe Lane), C.M. Allen Homes (820 Sturgeon), and Redwood Baptist Church. The County’s recent Stay Home, Work Safe directive allows families to pick up food and instructional packets (Available Mondays and Wednesdays) from any of the designated locations.
    This week, we rose to the challenge and used our creativity and technology to connect in virtual spaces to continue the teaching and learning in our District. Thus, our teachers and instructional specialists remain committed to providing high-quality instruction through online and paper work packets.

    Our commitment to you is that when decisions are made, we will share them with you as quickly as we can. We know this is a time of extreme uncertainty, and we will try to ease your concerns with factual, up-to-date information.

    To learn more about how San Marcos CISD is monitoring COVID-19, visit the COVID-19 webpage on the district website.


    31 de marzo de 2020

    Familias de San Marcos CISD

    San Marcos CISD continúa apoyando y siguiendo los esfuerzos de detener la propagación del COVID-19 a toda nuestra comunidad
    Ahora, Greg Abbott, el Gobernador de Texas anuncio que todas las escuelas del estado deberán permanecer cerradas hasta el lunes, 4 de mayo. San Marcos CISD seguirá la orden ejecutiva y continuara manteniendo nuestras escuelas cerradas al menos hasta esa fecha.

    Dado que nos enfrentamos a desafíos imprevistos, San Marcos CISD ha extendido el periodo de Aprendizaje En-Casa hasta el 4 de mayo. Nuestra prioridad es mantener a nuestros estudiantes y personal seguros y cumplir con la dirección de los funcionarios estatales y locales. Durante el periodo de aprendizaje en-casa, las oficinas del distrito y escuelas estarán cerradas a los visitantes.
    El cierre escolar no es fácil para ninguno de nosotros y queremos que sepa que estamos trabajando para continuar nuestra misión de ofrecer oportunidades educativas remotas para todos nuestros estudiantes. Continuaremos ofreciendo alimentos para niños de 18 años y menores de edad en nuestros lugares designados en el distrito. Alimentos para el desayuno y lonche podrán recogerse entre las 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. en los siguientes lugares: Mendez ES, Travis ES, San Marcos HS, Allen Wood Homes (1201 Thorpe Lane), C.M. Allen Homes (820 Sturgeon), y Redwood Baptist Church. La reciente directiva del Quedarse en Casa, Trabajar Seguro del Condado permite a las familias recoger alimentos y paquetes de instrucción (Disponible lunes y miércoles) de las ubicaciones designadas.
    Esta semana, nos engrandecimos al desafío y utilizamos nuestra creatividad y tecnología para conectarnos en espacios virtuales para continuar la enseñanza y el aprendizaje en nuestro Distrito. Por lo tanto, nuestros(as) maestros(as) y especialistas en instrucción continúan comprometidos(as) a proporcionar instrucción de alta calidad a través de los paquetes de trabajo en línea y en papel.
    Nuestro compromiso con usted es que cuando se tomen decisiones, las compartiremos con usted tan pronto como se pueda. Entendemos que son tiempos de extrema incertidumbre, y que trataremos de aliviar sus preocupaciones con información fáctica y actualizada.

    Para obtener mas información sobre como San Marcos CISD esta monitoreando el COVID-19, visite la página web de COVID-19 en el sitio web del distrito.

Current Status

  • May 4

Universal Healthy Practices

  • Strategies to prevent the spread of COVID-19:

    • Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds several times a day, including between your fingers and underneath your nails.
    • Hand sanitizers should be used only when handwashing is not available and should be at least 60 percent alcohol to be effective. 
    • Avoid handshaking, high-fives and hugging;
    • Avoid touching your face – especially your eyes, nose, and mouth;
    • Stay home when you feel sick;
    • Cover your coughs and sneezes with a tissue then put the tissue in the trash, or use the crook of your elbow if a tissue isn’t available;
    • Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces using a regular household disinfectant cleaning spray or wipe.
    • Avoid travel to areas that have been designated high-risk areas because of multiple verified cases of COVID-19.
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