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Plan Spring Break on the beach around these dates

Schools from Central to South Texas have staggered — and, in some cases, shortened and canceled — Spring Break dates to reduce crowding on Coastal Bend beaches.

Spring Break in the Coastal Bend might look a little different this year. For one thing, one university canceled the week off for students, one cut it down to a day, and other schools have staggered their dates to limit the number of people heading for the beach at the same time. The traditional Spring Break dates for 2021 are March 15-19.

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi students get only one day, Wednesday, March 17, for their break. Texas A&M University-Kingsville canceled Spring Break.

The University of Texas at Austin students, who flock to beaches on Padre and Mustang islands, will be on break from March 15-19. University of Texas at San Antonio students have March 8-12.

The city of Corpus Christi has put together a webpage of links for Spring Breakers. You can find it here.

Coastal Bend Schools giving students March 8-12 off are:

  • Aransas County ISD
  • Aransas Pass ISD
  • Banquete ISD
  • Bishop CISD
  • Calallen ISD
  • Corpus Christi ISD
  • Del Mar College
  • Diocese of Corpus Christi
  • Driscoll ISD
  • Flour Bluff ISD
  • Freer ISD
  • Dr. M.L. Garza-Gonzalez Charter
  • George West ISD
  • Gregory Portland ISD
  • Ingleside ISD
  • Kingsville ISD
  • McMullen County ISD
  • Odem-Edroy ISD
  • Orange Grove ISD
  • Port Aransas ISD
  • Richard Milburn Academy
  • Robstown ISD
  • Schools of Science and Technology
  • Seashore Charter Schools
  • Sinton ISD
  • Taft ISD
  • Three Rivers ISD
  • West Oso ISD

Those closing school March 15-19 are:

  • Agua Dulce ISD
  • Alice ISD
  • Beeville ISD
  • Ben Bolt-Palito
  • Blanco ISD
  • Benavides ISD
  • Coastal Bend College campuses
  • Kenedy County-Wide CSD
  • La Gloria ISD
  • Mathis ISD
  • Pettus ISD
  • Premont ISD
  • Ricardo ISD
  • Riviera ISD
  • San Diego ISD
  • Skidmore-Tynann ISD

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