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Here's a list of San Antonio-area schools closed due to coronavirus concerns

Most schools had been scheduled to resume after spring break on March 16. Now, most will take between one and three additional weeks off.

SAN ANTONIO — UPDATE: On Friday, April 17, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that schools in the state would remain closed through the end of the school year. Click here for more information.

As the coronavirus continues to affect the daily lives of San Antonains, many local school districts have announced they will be closed into the next month.

Most schools were scheduled to resume after spring break on Monday, March 16. On Tuesday, multiple districts said they would continue that break until April 3.

That has been delayed by various amounts depending on the school. Some schools are also preparing for distance learning.

Below is a complete list of schools that have announced closures so far. We will be updating this list as things change.

For a list of area colleges who have announced closures, click here.

Alamo Heights ISD: Closed until April 3. View more details. 

Archdiocese of SA Catholic Schools: Closed until April 3. Click here for more details.

Bandera ISD:- Closed through April 3. 

Blanco ISD: Closed through April 3. View full statement here.

Boerne ISD: Closed through April 3. View full statement here.

Comal ISD: Closed until April 3. View full statement.

D'Hanis ISD: Closed until March 23.

East Central ISD: Closed until April 3. View full statement here.

Edgewood ISD: Closed until April 3. We are waiting for their full statement.

Great Hearts Academies: Closed until March 30.

Harlandale ISD: Closed until April 3. View full statement here.

Harmony Public Schools: Closed until March 30. View more information here.

Hill Country Montessori School: Closed until March 24. 

IDEA Public Schools: Closed until further notice. Distance learning starts March 24. 

Jubilee Academies: Closed until April 3. Click here for announcement.

Judson ISD:  Closed until April 3. View full letter here.

KIPP Texas Public Schools: Closed until April 3. Students are set to return to class on Monday, April 6.

La Vernia ISD: Closed through April 3. View announcement here

Lackland ISD: Closed until April 3. Click here for announcement.

Marion ISD: Closed until April 3. Click here for announcement.

Medina Valley: Closed until April 3. Click here for the latest updates from the district.

The Montessori School of San Antonio: Closed until April 3.

New Braunfels ISD: Closed until April 3. Click here for more updates.

North East ISD: Closed through April 3. View full announcement to families here.

Northside ISD: Closed until April 3. View letter from superintendent here.

Pleasanton ISD: Closed until March 23. View letter from superintendent here.

Positive Solutions Charter School: Closed through March 20.

Pre-K 4 SA: Schools are closed until April 3.

Randolph Field ISD: Closed until April 3. All school events and practices will also be canceled

San Felipe Del Rio CISD: Closed until March 30.

San Marcos CISD: Closed until April 5. View full statement here.

South San ISD: Closed until March 23. View full statement.

San Antonio ISD: Closed through April 3. View full statement here.

San Antonio Academy of Texas: Closed through April 3 with online learning starting on March 23. View the full statement here.  

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD- Closed through April 3. View full statement here.

School of Science & Technology campuses: Closed until April 10. View full statement here.

Seguin ISD: Closed through April 3. View full statement.

Southwest ISD: Closed through April 3. View full statement.

Southwest Preparatory School District: Closed until March 20. View full statement.

Southside ISD: Closed through April 3. View full statement.

St. Mary's Hall: Closed until April 3.

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