CPCISD sees remote learning still as process


Board approves new iPads for elementary

COMO-PICKTON—COVID-19 protocols have required Texas school districts to jump into virtual learning in cases of closures or quarantines, and Como-Pickton Consolidated Independent School District Assistant Superintendent Jana Andrews presented the district’s asynchronous plan to the board Monday night, calling it “absolutely new for us.” “It’s absolutely been a learning process,” Andrews said. …

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