List of North Texas school districts extending Spring Break due to coronavirus threat

A growing number of North Texas school districts have announced they are extending Spring Break for students amid COVID-19 coronavirus concerns.

The districts say they are extending their breaks in an effort to slow the spread of the virus.

The following schools will not resume classes until March 23:

Aubrey ISD

Allen ISD

Blue Ridge ISD

Caddo Mills ISD

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD

Cedar Hill ISD

Celina ISD

Como-Pickton CISD

Community ISD

Cooper ISD

Coppell ISD

Corsicana ISD

Cumby ISD

Denton ISD

DeSoto ISD

Ennis ISD

Farmersville ISD

Frisco ISD

Garland ISD

Granbury ISD

Grand Prairie ISD

Gunter ISD

Irving ISD

Krum ISD (classes resume March 24)

Lovejoy ISD

McKinney ISD

Melissa ISD

Mesquite ISD

Midlothian ISD

Miller Grove ISD

Mineral Wells ISD

North Hopkins ISD

Palo Pinto ISD

Plano ISD

Princeton ISD

Prosper ISD

Red Oak ISD

Rice ISD

Rockwall ISD

Royse City ISD


Saltillo ISD

Sanger ISD

Sulphur Bluff ISD

Sulphur Springs ISD

Sunnyvale ISD

Village Tech Schools

Waxahachie ISD

Wylie ISD

Quinlan ISD

RELATED: Coronavirus coverage

The following schools will not resume classes until March 30:

Alvarado ISD

Arlington ISD

Birdville ISD

Carroll ISD

Cleburne ISD

Crowley ISD

Decatur ISD

Duncanville ISD

Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD

Everman ISD

Fort Worth ISD

Grandview ISD

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD

Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD

Keene ISD

Keller ISD

Lake Worth ISD

Lancaster ISD

Little Elm ISD

Mansfield ISD

Northwest ISD

Springtown ISD

Venus ISD

Uplift Education

The following schools will not resume classes until April 6:

Azle ISD

Burleson ISD

Weatherford ISD

White Settlement ISD


Dallas ISD says it is preparing for a possible disruption in classes, but they have not made a decision. However, they have canceled all events and activities.

This list will be updated as more school districts announce any changes.

FULL LIST: SMU, UNT among North Texas colleges moving classes online due to coronavirus concerns