March 25 Update

  • Dear Aubrey ISD families,

    Aubrey ISD logo Following Tuesday’s announcement that Denton County has issued a stay-at-home order, we wanted to update you on a few things that relate to that mandate.

    We appreciate the leadership of County Judge Andy Eads and his staff during this health emergency. We encourage all of our families to adhere to the “Stay Home” order.  The district has already closed facilities but will close all playgrounds and athletic fields to public use during the order. Working together, we can help avoid illness and overwhelming our healthcare providers. 

    In the order from Denton County, schools have been deemed essential for support of online instruction and providing meals. Therefore, we will have staff at the schools, but on a very limited scale. We will continue to do meal pick-up curbside at Brockett Elementary and Monaco Elementary throughout the closure. 

    We will continue our distance learning. However, to protect the health of our staff and families to the best of our ability and to continue to support instruction at home, we will have to move most of our instruction online. We will not be able to do packet pick-up like we did this past Monday. 

    If families are in need of a device, please contact your campus principal. Our technology staff has already delivered numerous devices to students for use at home. The technology department is also working on obtaining more wifi hotspots. If you cannot secure a device or internet at all, please reach out to your principal and we will find an alternate method to deliver the packets to you and your child.  

    The technology department has started a help desk that will be answering the phone at 940-668-1550, Monday through Friday from 10 am - 12 p.m. Each campus and administration building will have their office phones attended from 10 a.m. until 12 p.m., Monday through Friday.  

    Again, we appreciate your support and help during this unprecedented health emergency. Our staff continues to work tirelessly to provide assistance and instruction during this school closure.  


    #AubreyProud #AubreyStrong


    Dr. Belding