Staying Safe Together

District-Wide Remote Learning From Home Days

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    On December 10, the Texas Education Agency announced that school districts could apply for a waiver, with School-Board approval, to change some regular school days to remote learning from home for all students. These days would take place during the spring semester and will give teachers additional time to plan and prepare lessons for your child. Both the Irving ISD Board of Trustees and the Texas Education Agency have approved this waiver for Irving ISD.

    Therefore, on the following days, all students, including in-person learners will remain home and participate in online learning from home.

    District-Wide Remote Learning From Home Days:

    • Friday, February 26
    • Tuesday, March 23
    • Friday, April 23
    • Monday, May 10

Preparing for April 23

  • If your child has technical issues such as needing a hot spot or having technology device issues that would prevent him/her from learning at home on Friday, April 23, please contact your child's campus or email Tech Support at  


  • Will lunch be provided for my in-person learner?

  • What will my child be learning from home on remote learning from home days?

  • Will transportation be provided?

  • What if I am not able to secure childcare?

  • How does this affect my child’s attendance?

  • Will schools be available to respond to any questions or needs on this day?

  • Will my child need to work the entire day on online assignments?

  • Why has this decision been made now?

  • Our second District-Wide Remote Learning From Home Day is Tuesday, March 23. We want to make sure your child is prepared to learn from home on this day.

    If you have technology issues that would prevent your child from participating in remote learning, please complete the Technical Issues Form for each child. A representative from the district will be in touch with more information.

    To access the form, you can also copy and paste the URL below into your internet browser: Please note, if you do not have any technology issues, you do not need to complete the Technical Issues Form.