Burton ISD Health & Wellness

Burton ISD Covid Guidelines for 2022-2023 school year Following Texas Education Agency Public Health Guidelines published 08/01/2022 Public school systems are to operate in compliance with existing state laws and regulations, including all executive orders issued by the governor of Texas in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that are currently in effect. ● Per GA-38, school systems cannot require students or staff to wear a mask. ● School systems must exclude students from attending school in person who have or are suspected of having COVID-19, and must immediately notify parents if this is determined while on campus. As noted in the rules, exclusion shall continue until the conditions for re-entry are met: * For children with symptoms, at least 5 days have passed since symptom onset, and fever free, and other symptoms have improved. * Children who test positive for COVID-19 but do not have any symptoms, must stay home until at least 5 days after the day they were tested. * Parents must ensure they do not send a child to school on campus if the child has COVID-19 symptoms or is test confirmed with COVID-19, Until the conditions for re-entry are met. This guidance is subject to change as new information becomes available.


National Alliance on Mental Illness's Back to School Resources

Angie Bates - Mental Health First Aid Coordinator

If you need help, call 911 or reach out: 

NAMI-Brazos Valley Helpline  | 979-774-4713

MHMR Crisis Line | 888-522-8262

National Suicide Lifeline | 800-273-8255 

Sexual Assault Resource Center | 979-731-1000 

Trevor Project Lifeline | 866-488-7386 

Text START to 741741 to reach the Crisis Text Line