Red Oak ISD Return 2 Learn 2021

  • Return 2 Learn 2021-2022

    October 20, 2021

    Following sustained low active COVID cases across the district, Red Oak ISD will begin allowing parents and visitors back on school campuses under a new color-coded system. 

    “We have been extremely cautious re-opening after high COVID cases at the start of the year, especially with our younger students at elementary schools who cannot acquire the vaccine,” said Superintendent Brenda Sanford. “We feel after sustaining low numbers for many weeks, we will re-open our doors to parents, visitors, and volunteers under a COVID color-coded system with detailed guidance beginning November 1. We look forward to seeing our parents, visitors, and volunteers back on campuses." 

    Existing processes (posted online) will remain in place until November 1, including campus access by parents by appointment only.

    See the new tab below for details.

    ROISD COVID Dashboard 


    September 27, 2021

    ROISD added Remote Conferencing for COVID impacted students beginning Tuesday, Sept. 28.

    September 7, 2021, 

    The Board tonight approved the administrative recommendation to implement a mask mandate for all students, staff, and visitors with a compromise resolution of an option for parents and staff to submit an exemption (opt-out) based on medical, religious, or philosophical reasons.

    Red Oak ISD will follow CDC recommendations for public schools and student/staff safety during the summer, along with TEA, Texas, Ellis County guidance.

    ROISD will be filing for ESSER III Federal Funds in July. On June 21, the attached funding proposal was presented to the Board.
    This is a working draft and will be amended as needed.

    ROISD ESSER III Funding Proposal [PDF]

    ROISD ESSER III Funding Proposal [Word]

    Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Presentation