Students who are unable to attend school because of a temporary medical condition are eligible for a maximum of 20 days of Temporary Online Learning during the 2021-2022 school year. The information below is for students who have been accepted into the TOL program. For more Information click don't the Title above.
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Please refer to any of these documents for more information as needed to access our Online Learning Components.
Roy P. Benavidez Faculty is here to help and support you and your student through this transition to digital learning.
Click Here: HISD TECH SUPPORT DOCS or scan QR Code below with any smart device.
The transition to virtual learning can present various challenges for families. To ensure parents & guardians are better informed, this course is designed to provide an introduction to virtual learning & guidance to support your student's virtual learning experience.
If you are a parent with a child new to HISD or need to enroll in a different campus, please visit this website after August 10 for additional information and instructions. No action is needed if you were enrolled in HISD on June 1, 2020 and (1) are attending the same school in the fall, or (2) are transitioning to a middle or high school that you are zoned to or, (3) are enrolling a magnet or school choice program you were offered a seat for. Students new to the district may still qualify for spots available at magnet and choice programs, including Prekindergarten; please contact your school of interest, visit www.chooseHISD.com or call 713-556-6734 for more information and assistance.
We love celebrating our principals in ESO1. These rockstar leaders were “Caught Doing Good.” @PrincipalBJohns - Exec Leadership, @ParraMalek - Human Capital, Principal Alaniz @HarvardSchool- Operations, Principal Akala @SuttonES_HISD - Inst. Leadership, @RenesiahaCarter -Culture pic.twitter.com/vd9eyLdmAB— Julia Dimmitt (@ELEM1_HISD) October 6, 2021
HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH PROJECTS @RoyPEagle! Our little Eagles are so proud of the great work they did on thier Country Of Origin Projects. Just two of the wonderful projects from Pre-K and Kinder! @HoustonISD @HISDMultiPrgms @ParraMalek pic.twitter.com/j3xYc1binQ— H. Michael Freeman (@hmfreeman) October 8, 2021
Annotating Objectives is such a powerful way to make the content comprehensible for all of our students in English and Spanish. Thank you Ms. Rodriguez, our amazing 4th grade teacher, for facilitating this PD in PLCs! Benavidez in the work! pic.twitter.com/NYywKyulEa— Zabeth Parra-Malek (@ParraMalek) September 28, 2021
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