Dallas, Fort Worth school superintendents weigh in ... 2020 Updated: 3:23 PM CDT May 11, ... Dallas ISD … Dallas ISD Students May Indeed Return to Fall Classes. IISD students will begin classes Aug. 17 and break for summer May 27. With the coronavirus going strong and scientists predicting surges in new cases and hospitalizations, Dallas ISD Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa announced Monday that his district is unlikely to resume a full schedule of all-day classes in the fall. DALLAS - President Trump has threatened to pull funding for schools that don't return to the classroom this fall, which could cost Dallas ISD more than $130 million in federal dollars. The Irving ISD board of trustees approved the district's 2020-21 academic calendar at a Jan. 21 meeting. EXPAND. ... Dallas ISD's first day of school for the 2020-21 school year is scheduled for Aug. 17. Posted on May 17, 2020. Silas Allen | April 20, 2020 | 4:00am. ‘Highly Doubtful,’ Dallas ISD Superintendent Says May 4, 2020 at 12:05 pm Filed Under: Coronavirus , Covid-19 , Dallas , Dallas ISD , DFW News , Learning , … No plans have been finalized, he said, but a “blended learning opportunity” is “highly likely.” 1:35 PM on Jun 18, 2020 CDT — Updated at 5:58 PM on Jun 18, 2020 CDT Email Icon Updated at 5:58 p.m.: Revised to include more reaction from educators and comments from Gov. “That the number one question -- … Greg Abbott. Dallas ISD Hopes to Reopen Schools This Fall. DALLAS; WFAA – WBAP/KLIF – Dallas Independent School District Superintendent Michael Hinojosa says he believes there’s a 75% chance students will return to public school classes this fall. Due to disruptions to the 2019-20 school year and possible disruptions to the 2020-21 school year resulting from COVID 19, districts were able to request a waiver in order to use another instrument other than TMSFA to best meet student needs in the 2020-21 school year. How will the fall semester look? Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa said the district could use a "hybrid" model, incorporating some in-person and online instruction. The Kramer Elementary teacher in Dallas ISD doesn’t know yet how much time this fall will be spent face-to-face with students or through a screen. By Ashley Moss Staff Writer Dallas ISD Superintendent Michael Hinojosa was recently named the 2020 Urban Educator of the Year, during the 64th Annual Council of the Great City Schools Fall Conference which was held virtually.