Schools all over Texas must change the way classes are scheduled, due to a new state law. And the Navasota Independent School District’s Ronnie Gonzales says district staff wants your opinion on how those changes should affect its schools.
Gonzales tells Navasota News the laws require schools to schedule 75,600 minutes of class time per year. And the district has a pair of plans and has posted a survey online for parents to consider, and then vote which they like the most.
Switching to minutes, he continues, will give students more days away from the classroom and give teachers more working days to prepare for classes and get in more professional development.
Gonzales asks all parents in the district to go online and take the survey. After which the gathered opinion will be presented to the School Board for a final vote.
You can find a link to the survey on the district’s website or by visiting our Navasota News Facebook Page.