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Sulphur Springs ISD Contingency Plan For Inclement Weather

As you know, Monday, February 15 is a holiday for our students. However, in response to the growing potential for continuing inclement weather, we want to share our plan to serve our students after Monday should the need arise.

If dangerous weather or road conditions prevent us from having school on Tuesday, February 16, or after that, staff and all students, both in-person and virtual, will move to 100% remote learning from home. Remote learning will continue each day until weather conditions allow for a safe return to school.

Campuses are preparing today to send our students home equipped with devices and other necessary resources/equipment for learning remotely. We have ready all students for this possible scenario. When your student comes home today, please remember to bring their device inside to prevent damage from frigid temperatures.

If we must transition to remote learning, please be aware of the at-home learning resources available on the SSISD website at the following link:  http://www.ssisd.net/page/curr.familyresources.

On our website, you will find links to videos for both Seesaw (for PreK-5th grade students) and Microsoft Teams (for 6th-12th grade students). We designed these videos to help families log in and navigate the learning platform through which students will receive and interact with their learning activities each day.

If we decide to transition to 100% remote learning next week, we will provide additional guidance to support families through this process.

SSISD will continue to update our community in a timely fashion via Blackboard, e-mail, text, and social media as we decide on school closures.