SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) -The San Antonio School District Superintendent wants to push back the start day for the fall semester from August 10 to August 17. The school board will vote on the proposal Monday.
Superintendent Pedro Martinez also announced Tuesday that the first three weeks would be remote learning only. He said as of Monday, 31 percent of more than 15,000 families who responded to surveys indicated that they favor sending their children back to school. That’s down from 87 percent of those surveyed in early June.
After Labor Day, some students will continue remote learning, while others will attend in-person classes.
SAISD has nearly 49,000 students.