Several Dallas area schools are cancelling classes due to coronavirus (COVID-19). As spring break comes to an end and travelers start to arrive home, concerns over COVID-19, aka coronavirus are at an all time high.
Here’s a developing list of local universities and School Districts In DFW That Have Cancelled Class or extended spring break or due to coronavirus concerns. **ALL SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED AT LEAST UNTIL APRIL 3, 2020.**
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It’s more important than ever to follow basic hygiene tips like avoiding touching your face, washing your hands often, and having hand sanitizer on hand.
Several established and high profile concerts and events have been either postponed or outright cancelled over the last month because of coronavirus fears. Events are not the only things being affected, however.
Schools all over DFW have now followed suit and are postponing spring break returns or cancelling classes. Here is a developing list of schools near DFW who have announced cancellations:
These DFW Schools Closed Campus or Canceled Classes Due to Coronavirus Concerns
All schools are CLOSED at least through APRIL 3, 2020 in response to Governor Greg Abbott’s order.
We’ll do our best to keep this list of school districts near Dallas Fort Worth updated as classes are cancelled or spring break is extended.
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These DFW Schools Closed or Canceled Classes
- Alvarado ISD has closed classes through April 3, 2020 after an adult at one of their campuses was exposed to COVID-19.
- Allen ISD has extended their Spring Break through April 3, 2020 due to coronavirus (COVID-19). All events and activities are also canceled, this includes Kids Club.
- Arlington ISD has canceled classes for the next two weeks until April 3, 2020. Stay up to date on their coronavirus page.
- Carollton-Farmers Branch ISD Spring Break is extended through April 3, 2020
- Cedar Hill ISD is also extending their Spring Break. School is closed until April 3, 2020.
- Celina ISD is extending Spring Break another week. School will remained closed until April 3, 2020.
- Coppell ISD has canceled school through April 3, 2020 due to coronavirus concerns. Students may return to school April 6, 2020.
- Dallas ISD
starts their spring break this coming week. They are having modified dismissal times due to COVID-19. They will be updating their list here.CLOSED INDEFINITELY
- Denton ISD has canceled school through April 3 due to coronavirus concerns. Students may return to school April 6. All activities, competitions, and events are also canceled.
- DeSoto ISD
Spring Break is extended through March 20CLOSED INDEFINITELY
- Duncanville ISD
schools are closed until March 30.CLOSED INDEFINITELY
- Eagle Mountain – Saginaw ISD schools are closed until April 3, 2020. Students may return to school on April 6, 2020.
- Fort Worth just announced they are extending their spring break by at least two weeks. They are also canceling their third annual Equity Summit which was a sold-out event due to COVID-19. More details forthcoming. CLOSED THROUGH APRIL 3.
- Frisco ISD Spring Break is extended through April 3 – updates can be found here.
- Garland ISD Spring Break is extended through April 3, 2020.
- Grand Prairie schools are closing INDEFINITELY.
- Grapevine-Colleyville ISD is canceling school until at least April 3 due to coronavirus concerns. All extracurricular activities and events are also canceled during the same time period.
- Gunter ISD has extended their spring break by canceling classes through April 3, 2020. Students will return to school April 6.
- Highland Park schools are closing INDEFINITELY due to coronavirus concerns.
- Keller ISD is also canceling school due to coronavirus concerns, and therefor extending their spring break through April 3, 2020. They are closely monitoring the situation and will update with new information as needed here.
- Lancaster ISD
has canceled school due to coronavirus concerns through March 27. Students may return March 30.CLOSED INDEFINITELY
- Lewisville ISD has canceled school through April 3 due to mounting concerns over coronavirus (COVID-19).
- Little Elm ISD has extended Spring Break through April 3
- Lovejoy ISD Spring Break is extended through April 3
- Mansfield ISD will extend their spring break by two weeks through April 3 due to coronavirus concerns. Students may return to school April 6. All activities and field trips are canceled.
- Melissa ISD has extended their Spring Break through April 3 . School is closed until April 6 when students will return. All scheduled events are canceled..
- Mesquite ISD is closed at least until April 3.
- Mckinney ISD Spring Break is extended through April 3
- Plano ISD Spring Break is extended through April 3 . Schools are closed until April 6.
- Prestonwood Christian Academy will move all classes online beginning March 16 due to coronavirus concerns. All campuses are closed to students until at least April 3 .
- Princeton ISD has extended their Spring Break
another week. Schools will remain closed until April 6 when students will tenatively return. All district events and competitions are canceled until further notice.
- Prosper ISD Spring Break is extended through April 3
- Richardson ISD
has cancelled ALL after-school activities and events through March 23 when students return from Spring Break.CLOSED INDEFINITELY
- Rockwall ISD will extend its Spring Break by another week. School is closed until April 6 when students may return.
- St. Rita Catholic School will remain closed through Spring Break for “deep cleaning.”
- Ursaline Academy has gone to online schooling due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. “e-Day protocols” are in place.
- Wylie ISD Spring Break is extending their Spring Break through April 3 by canceling school. Students may return on April 6.
- UIL has suspended the Texas Boys State basketball tournament.
Canceled Classes In DFW Area Colleges And Universities
Please check with your college or univerisity. All schools are closed per Texas Governor Abbott’s order at least through April 3, 2020.
- Collin College will extend spring break for students by one more week by canceling classes and all student activities. If needed, the Collin County will move to online classes. Students can stay aware by checking their email and the CougarAlert system of changes and important information.
- Southern Methodist University has extended spring break and is moving classes online after the break due to coronavirus (COVID-19). SMU is also canceling or postponing all events with 50 or more expected attendees through the end of April.
- Dallas Baptist University has extended spring break, but campus will remain open and they plan to resume classes March 24th.
- Dallas Theological Seminary extends spring break through March 16th. Classes will be online through March 24th and resume in person on March 30th.
- North Central Texas College – Spring Break Extended and all classes moved online through April 3rd
- Texas Women’s University and all it’s chapters will extend spring break, Classes will resume March 23rd. Campus will remain open.
- University of North Texas has extended Spring Break and announced that they will determine if alternative instruction will be necessary for the following week.
- Texas Christian University extends spring break – moves classes online through April 4th
- University of Texas At Dallas extends spring break – classes will resume March 30th in an online setting
- University of Texas at Austin extended their spring break by canceling classes for another week due to concerns over coronavirus. Classes will resume on campus Monday, March 30 (but you should definitely check out their website for latest information).
- Texas A&M Commerce is suspending all face-to-face classes and transitioning to online classes until further notice at all locations. This includes the RELLIS campus.
- Texas A&M Texarkana announced they will move all closes online beginning March 23. All athletic and other university meetings are cancelled.
- Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth is extending their Spring Break by another week by canceling classes. Beginning March 23, all classes will be held online until further notice.
- Paul Quinn College is discontinuing all face-to-face meetings and then moving classes online due to coronavirus. They have also cancelled all tours and public events indefinitely. Students have been told to stay away from campus until further notice.
List Of School Districts and Universities In DFW That Have Cancelled Classes Due To Coronavirus
As spring break season comes to an end, concerns over COVID-19, aka coronavirus, rise higher. Here’s a changing list of local and schools and universities that have extended spring break or cancelled classes due to virus concerns.
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