SBISD asynchronous plan approved by state

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Daniel: Students doing well in online learning

  • SBISD Superintendent Dustin Carr (left) describes the teacher incentive allotment to the board as board president Donnie Powers listens. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
    SBISD Superintendent Dustin Carr (left) describes the teacher incentive allotment to the board as board president Donnie Powers listens. Staff photo by Todd Kleiboer
SULPHUR BLUFF—Sulphur Bluff ISD Superintendent Dustin Carr shared at the district’s Thursday night board meeting that the Texas Education Agency had approved the district’s asynchronous plan, allowing the school to receive funding for students using online instruction. On online instruction, Elementary Principal Amy Daniel reported 13 elementary students are currently learning remotely. Of those…

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