Temporary Online Learning
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.
To qualify, ONE of the following conditions must be met:
Student’s temporary medical condition is documented by a licensed U.S. physician. Documentation must include a physician’s statement directing the student to remain at home or in a hospital.
Student has a positive COVID-19 test result or is displaying symptoms of a recognized communicable disease.
Student has been identified as having been in close contact with an individual with a confirmed or presumed positive case of COVID-19.
Temporary online learning will be delivered synchronously by a certified teacher for four hours per day, following the standard HISD scope and sequence for each of the four core subject areas — English, math, science, and social studies. Students will be assigned a temporary teacher for online learning. Schools will issue a device and hotspot for any student who requests one while participating in temporary online learning.
To participate in temporary online learning, families must follow the following steps: parent notifies their campus, submits required documentation, and requests enrollment.
Parent/guardian submits request form and required documentation.
Campus temporary online instruction coordinator enrolls student in HUB course.
Student uses HUB to locate daily agenda and teams meeting links.
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