When Central Texas school districts will begin in-person classes

Education

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to reflect that Manor ISD is planning to return to in-person learning on Oct. 19.

CENTRAL TEXAS (KXAN) — It really feels like there are multiple first days of school this year — the date when online schooling started and the date when students actually come back to campus for in-person learning.

A majority of the schools in Central Texas have already started bringing at least some students back. Here’s a look at which campuses already welcomed back students and the dates other school districts will welcome back students.

Returning to in-person schooling in the coming weeks

Austin ISD – Oct. 5
Del Valle ISD – Oct. 12
Dripping Springs ISD – Sept. 14
Elgin ISD – Sept. 21
Hutto ISD – Sept. 14
IDEA Public Schools – TBD
Lockhart ISD – Sept. 14
Manor ISD – Oct. 19
Pflugerville ISD – Sept. 14
Round Rock ISD – Sept. 15
San Marcos CISD – Oct. 5

School districts where some students have already returned to campus

Bastrop ISD – Sept. 9
Blanco ISD – Aug. 24
Burnet CISD – Aug. 20
Coupland ISD – Aug. 19
Eanes ISD – Aug. 19
Fayetteville ISD – Aug. 24
Flatonia ISD – Aug. 19
Florence ISD – Aug. 31
Fredericksburg ISD – Aug. 24
Georgetown ISD – Sept. 10
Giddings ISD – Aug. 31
Granger ISD – Aug. 24
Hays CISD – Sept. 8
Jarrell ISD – Sept. 9
Johnson City ISD – Aug. 24
KIPP Charter Schools – Aug. 24
Lago Vista ISD – Sept. 9
Lampasas ISD – Aug. 10
Lake Travis ISD – Sept. 8
Leander ISD – Sept. 8
Lexington ISD – Aug. 19
Liberty Hill ISD – Aug. 27
Llano ISD – Aug. 13
Luling ISD – Aug. 17
Marble Falls ISD – Aug 19
Mason ISD – Aug. 18
McDade ISD – Aug. 24
San Saba ISD – Aug. 20
Smithville ISD – Sept. 1
Taylor ISD – Sept. 8
Thrall ISD – Aug. 10
Thorndale ISD – Aug. 17
Wimberley ISD – Aug. 19

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