Central A&M Superintendent Dr. DeAnn Heck had to make a difficult decision over the weekend to start the school year remotely because of a recent COVID-19 outbreak in the community.
The school year will be done remotely through at least Friday, October 2nd.
Teachers and staff are working hard to get everything moved to remote learning and Dr. Heck expects to be able to pass out electronic devices on Wednesday.
If your family has poor internet access or no internet access at all, hot spots will be available when you pick up your devices.
This was an extremely difficult decision for Dr. Heck, in part because of the difficult situation it puts parents in.
Dr. DeAnn Heck was a guest on the NEWSTALK WTIM Morning Show