Boyd will hold a meeting on Thursday night to answer any questions parents might have in this new decision.
"We needed a date on the calendar where everybody had a chance to come, let me present. Open things up to be as transparent as possible, " Boyd said.
Boyd tells NewsWest 9 that the community seems to be on board with the districts decision.
"I've been amazed by the support. Usually the people opposed to it is when their kids test positive," Boyd said.
The meeting will begin at 6:30 Thursday night in the Kermit High School common area.