While most school districts resumed classes from late August to mid-August, Uvalde CISD delayed the first day.
TEXAS, USA – More than three months after the mass shooting at Rob Elementary, Uvalde CISD students and staff return for the new school year.
Rob Elementary was closed on May 24 after a gunman entered a fourth-grade classroom and killed 19 students and two teachers. This happened during the last week of the 2021-2022 school year.
While most school districts resumed classes from late August to mid-August, Uvalde CISD delayed the first day until September 6.
So, as these students returned to class for the first time, teachers, students and communities across Texas joined the #UvaldeStrong movement, donning their maroon and white colors to show their support.
Texas is behind you, Uvalde.
Here are some helpful messages and posts we may have found on social media:
Garland ISD employee with his daughter:
Louisville HS English Department:
Hebron High 9th Grade Teacher:
Alvarado ISD Transportation:
Lake Highlands (Richardson ISD) Girls Soccer:
Mansfield ISD Digital Learning Team:
Irving High Administration Team:
Mrs. Kasana’s Elementary School Class:
Marco de la Fuente, Brisco Junior High at LCISD:
Sheldon ISD STEM Teacher:
Lubbock ISD Teachers and Students:
Cypress-Fairbanks ISD Students:
Students of the Paso del Norte Academy of Fine Arts:
Kahala Middle School (Cypress-Fairbanks ISD):
McGown Elementary School (Cypress-Fairbanks ISD):
Patterson Elementary School (Houston ISD):
Benito Martinez Primary:
Tom C Clarke High School Track Team,
College Station High School Softball and Cheer:
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