The health and safety of Azle ISD students and staff is our top priority while continuing to provide the high-quality education expected from our schools. Azle ISD is giving families two learning options for the fall of 2020: in-person learning or remote instruction.
The district will continue to monitor the current health situation and make decisions based on recommendations from county health officials, Governor Abbott's office, and the Texas Education Agency (TEA). Please note: Azle ISD's Return to School plans are subject to change, as public health guidelines are updated and the status of public health in the community changes.
View the Azle ISD Return to School Guide. View campus-specific plans at 2020-2021 COVID-19 Campus Re-Entry Guidelines.