CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — West Oso ISD is ready to welcome students and staff back to campus on Nov. 30 after a period of virtual learning due to COVID-19 cases.
All WOISD campuses closed early this month after several students tested positive for COVID-19.
"Our number one priority is the safety of our students, teachers, and families and we are committed to following the guidelines required by the CDC, local and state officials. As staff and students return on Monday, November 30, 2020, we will continue to monitor and follow all health and safety COVID-19 protocols," a statement from WOISD said.
The district stated that parents will be notified today via robo-call and social media about the reopening of West Oso ISD schools.
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