Navarro ISD Closure will be extended through April 10th

In his press conference today, Governor Abbott asked the citizens of
Texas to continue the practice of social distancing for 15 days, in the hope
of limiting the spread of the COVID19 virus. The Navarro ISD will comply
by extending school closure through April 10. At this time we are hopeful
that students will be able to return to campus on Monday, April 13.

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Navarro ISD Closure will be extended through April 10th

In his press conference today, Governor Abbott asked the citizens of Texas to continue the practice of social distancing for 15 days, in the hope of limiting the spread of the COVID19 virus. The Navarro ISD will comply by extending school closure through April 10. At this time we are hopeful that students will be able to return to campus on Monday, April 13.
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Navarro ISD Distance Learning

Navarro ISD will be moving to Distance Learning through April 3rd. Device Pickup for grade K-6th will be Monday, March 23rd, specific times can be seen by clicking "Read full story". Online class will be starting Wednesday, March 25th.
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School Board Meeting - Video Attendance Information

The Navarro ISD Board of Trustees Regular Board Meeting is scheduled on Monday, March 23, 2020 at 7:00pm. This regular meeting of the Navarro ISD Board of Trustees will be held as usual in the Junior High Cafeteria and is open to the public. The room is large enough to seat anticipated attendees at an appropriate social distance. Members of the public may also attend via Google Meets.
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Closure Extended to Friday, April 3rd

Given the rapidly evolving situation with COVID-19, Navarro ISD will extend school closure through Friday, April 3 in an effort support our nation’s need to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. Health officials report that cases are continuing to spread in the state, and in the counties surrounding Guadalupe County.