Grades from this semester will not be calculated into GPAs.
Students' faces would appear on a tablet as they received their diploma from the school's president in real time.
Fenves says his last day will be June 30 and then he will begin his new job as president at Emory University in Atlanta on August 1.
The district says the total cost, which includes the setup fee, installation of routers in up to 500 homes and internet service for the first year, is just under $450,000.
The district says in a letter to parents and guardians that the employee is a food service worker who recently prepared and distributed curbside meals at Anderson Mill Elementary.
Psychology expert Dr. Glenn Albright joins Marcel Clarke to talk about college students and their mental health as classes move online due to COVID-19.
Officials now say that 211 students were on the March 14-19 trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and of that number 49 have tested positive.
Most of the students were on a trip organized by travel vendor JusCollege, which included students from other colleges and universities.
Cruz made the announcement in a letter, saying that AISD's 129 campus buildings will remain closed "as part of the district's ongoing efforts to slow the spread of the COVID-19."
Head coach David Pierce, like many of us, is trying to balance staying safe and responsible during the COVID-19 pandemic while also trying to do his job.
The Fort Worth Independent School District is getting more equipment to help students learning from home. It’s also moving to a pass or fail grading system in an effort to make sure students don’t fall behind during this health crisis.
Ramsey and his crew went to the hospital to deliver 150 meals to hospital personnel. That job is keeping his business open and his employees working. He also plans to expand to other hospitals.
Two weeks ago, amid the coronavirus pandemic, about 70 students from the University of Texas at Austin partied in Mexico on spring break.
California school districts on Wednesday began announcing the unwelcome but not unexpected news that they will remain closed for the rest of the academic year.
Several states have closed all schools in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19.
UT President Gregory Fenves announced the move in a letter, saying UT is asking students not to return to campus after March 30 unless there is a specific need and if they have living arrangements elsewhere.
Students in California won’t be returning to school this academic year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But students will continue with their classwork from home, according to Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Curbside distribution began Tuesday and will continue through Friday, April 3. Teacher-led, at-home instruction begins on April 6, says RRISD.
Herman is preparing for the upcoming season but is also keeping football in proper perspective.
Currently, 28 young adults on this trip have tested positive for COVID-19 and dozens more are under public health investigation.