TeSA News


Schools closed until further notice along with all extracurricular activities, after-school conservatory classes, and performances.

March 27, 2020

The past weeks have been challenging for all of us but you have proved that our TCAA family is resilient and strong. 

Difficult decisions had to be made in the past few days that will impact us all. We hope these decisions will keep our family members safe and healthy. With that said, we have decided not to automatically resume school on Monday, April 6th, and instead continue to keep TCAA, FWAFA, and TeSA closed until further notice. We will continue learning through online education and will continue following guidance from the Governer, and monitoring federal, state, and local agencies as well as surrounding school districts. When we feel it is safe for our children and all of you, we will reopen.

Along with this closure update, it is with heavy hearts that we will need to cancel all spring performances and art shows.

We know this is not the ideal situation but we encourage you to keep supporting one another, reaching out to your principals and teachers, and doing what you do best… loving on our children and each other. Let us know if you need anything. We are here to serve and support you. This too shall pass. We hope before long we will be back together.

Take care and please stay safe and healthy!

Natalie Texada
Chief Academic Officer



March 24, 2020 

As we continue to tread in unchartered waters, we wanted to provide our families with some helpful resources that may help you navigate through this difficult time. Please see the links below:

To find internet providers in your area:https://broadbandnow.com/

Many are offering free service right now, so be sure to inquire about this.


Meals for students in need:https://txschools.gov/?fbclid=IwAR1_x5plzEXrohgfU2qHwxaaeoDL0giWefvMJPMKOcUYMSi8Z08rW5ONUVM

Available to any school-aged child under the age of 18.