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Coronavirus Info and Updates

April 15, 2020

Campus Closure Update

With the best interest of our families and communities in mind, Jubilee Academies campuses will remain closed until further notice. Students should continue with distance learning instruction at home.

To best support our teachers and parents, breakout sessions and trainings regarding distance learning are available and ongoing.

April 8, 2020

Apart We Stand Together: Public Health Campaign

You'll find important information and helpful tips in this video from the TEA. Watch and share with your family!

April 3, 2020

Apart We Stand Together

Parents and Staff of Jubilee Academies, Though we are apart right now for our health and safety, we at Jubilee Academies continue to support each other as a community, and right now we must work together to fight COVID-19..

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April 1, 2020

Stay safe Texas

Stay Well Texas
Apart We Stand Together

It takes all of us to save lives! If we work together, fewer of our friends and family will be affected by the coronavirus. Hospitals won’t be overloaded, and lives will be saved. Check out these great resources from the Texas Education Agency!

March 26, 2020

Curbside Meals Update

Our Child Nutrition Department is preparing and distributing curbside meals for children 18 years and younger at 7 sites during school closure due to COVID-19 precautions.

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March 26, 2020

Istation Hosting Facebook LIVE Info Sessions and Training

Each day at 10am CST, Istation will be hosting live sessions and trainings for parents and families to learn more about the program. You can join in on their Facebook page.

Parents are also invited to check out their website - Imagine Learning for additional support and resources!

March 24, 2020

Superintendent Update - March 24, 2020

We continue to actively monitor developments regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) in conjunction with local and state public health officials, and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). Per Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Declaration of Disaster, regions have issued a shelter-in-place order.


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March 21,2020

"Grab and Go" Meals for Children. UPDATE

We are extending meal distribution for another week and are including Brownsville and Harlingen locations.


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6pm Facebook LIVE! With Our Superintendent

Superintendent Dr. Kevin Phillips will go LIVE to discuss new updates as well as information for seniors, at-home learning, and ways to stay connected. The broadcast will appear on our Facebook district page: @JubileeAcademies.

Dr. Phillips will discuss:

  • Coronavirus Updates
  • Seniors and Graduation
  • At-home Learning Expectations
  • How to Stay Connected From Home

March 18, 2020

Safety Measures For CORONAVIRUS Video 

March 17, 2020

Student Assignments


During this time we want to assure you Jubilee is committed to continuing your students' education through at-home learning opportunities.


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March 17, 2020

Superintendent Update - March 17, 2020

Due to the rapidly evolving nature of this situation and out of an abundance of caution, Jubilee Academies is joining other area districts in extending our closure of campus classrooms through Friday, April 3.


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March 17, 2020


Statement from Texas Education Commissioner Mike Morath.

March 16, 2020

Superintendent Update - March 16, 2020

Jubilee Academies is working to ensure you have the most up-to-date information associated with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) as it pertains to our campuses. Based on the recent recommendations of city and federal health authorities, the campuses will remain closed through March 27.


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March 14,2020

"Grab and Go" Meals for Children

We know that school closures are impacting families differently across our community.  Jubilee Academies is committed to helping our families during this closure.


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March 13, 2020

Superintendent Update - March 13, 2020

Dear Jubilee Families, As you know, there has been increasing focus on the coronavirus threat across the country and the CDC has confirmed travel related cases in Austin and San Antonio.


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