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17,242 counted on WISD first day

by | Aug 19, 2020 | Education

 First day attendance in Wy­lie schools last week, Aug. 13, show an increase of 480 in stu­dent population with a total of 17,242 counted present in per­son or remotely.

The total for the first day of classes last year was 16,762 students. The official count of WISD enrollment will be made in October.

Students were given the choice to attend class in per­son or remotely because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Wylie Independent School District numbers show 8,995 students chose to return to campuses and 8,250 opt for remote learn­ing via computer.

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By Joe Reavis[email protected]

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