Update: Triumph Public High Schools extend COVID-19 closure until May 4

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South Plains Academy is renamed Triumph Public High School – Lubbock on June 1, 2019.
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SAN ANTONIO (NEWS RELEASE – UPDATE) – The following is a news release from Triumph Public High Schools:

As per Governor Greg Abbott’s March 31, 2020 Executive Orders, Triumph Public High School officials announced {Tuesday] that they will be extending the temporary closure of their schools until May 1, 2020 to potentially re-open on Monday, May 4, 2020.

Last week Triumph Public High Schools began to issue Chromebooks and educational packets to all students. Students began to utilize their new equipment last week through the school’s distance learning program which utilizes the Google Classroom Platform. Remote instruction will continue until April 24, 2020. The extended temporary closure will be re-evaluated to determine if further closures will be warranted.

Triumph Public High Schools are Texas-based, tuition-free, public charter high schools. They currently have 9 schools in Texas with campuses in Laredo, McAllen, Mercedes, San Benito, Brownsville, El Paso, and Lubbock. For more information visit www.triumphpublicschools.org.

(News release from Triumph Public High Schools)

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