HPISD parents of students in grades pre-K through 8 are asked to make a selection between in-person or virtual learningRead more
It will take $20 million, but a plan to get iPads and Chromebooks into the hands of Dallas ISD elementaryRead more
Highland Park ISD is seeking information from families who have medications in the nurse’s office, have emergency items to retrieveRead more
The pandemic might have made virtual learning a necessity for a while, but some families found that the flexibility worked for them — and now Dallas ISD has announced that next year, it will be an option.
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Highland Park ISD announced plans to offer a temporary, asynchronous parent-led at-home learning option for parents of students in Pre-K and kindergarten through sixth grade that want an alternative to in-person instruction.
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As more people get vaccinated against COVID-19 and plans are underway for the upcoming 2021-2022 school year, Highland Park ISD announced Tuesday that virtual instruction won’t be offered next school year.Read more
For many parents, the abrupt shift to supervising remote learning that happened last Spring when COVID-19 cases were just percolating in the country was enough to put them off the idea permanently.Read more
Spoiler Alert: If y’all invite me to anything in 2021 – I mean ANYTHING – my RSVP is going toRead more
Show students video of high-altitude balloon missions and give them new perspectives on their world.Read more
What happens when a global pandemic hits your city, and students leave for spring break and just never come back?Read more
As students returned to school Tuesday (some virtually, some in-person), Dallas County reported some of its lowest numbers since thisRead more