Reporting Symptoms, Test Results or Exposure

  • Students, if you have information to report, you may 

    • Text 281-858-3302 (anytime)
    • Call 713-847-4809 (Mon-Fri 7am-4:30pm)
    • If student attends "in person" classes taught by HCC faculty (non HISD employee) student should also self report to HCC by clicking here

    Student should stay home and immediately inform the school if the student has a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis, has been exposed to someone with a confirmed COVID-19 diagnosis, or is presenting symptoms that are related to COVID-19. 



    Students may visit to stay up to date with assignments from teachers (if they feel well enough to do so.)


    Symptoms of COVID-19:

    • Feeling feverish or having a temperature greater than or equal to 100.0 F
    • Loss of taste or smell
    • Cough
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Shortness of breath
    • Fatigue
    • Headache
    • Chills
    • Sore throat
    • Congestion or runny nose
    • Shaking or exaggerated shivering
    • Significant muscle pain or ache
    • Diarrhea
    • Nause or vomiting

    * The school nurse will notify students parent  of whether or not the student needs to quarantine and for how long. 

Required to Quarantine

  • Please be advised that we recommend students enrolled in college classes to attend those classes. This is important for students to remain on track towards Associate Degree. As a result, our students are unable to take advantage of the opportunity presented by HISD's Temporary Online Program. East ECHS students should visit our Asynchronous Learning Page as well as Canvas (HCC) to remain up to date with classwork while at home.


    Students required to quarantine should work on asynchronous assignments if they are able to do so. Please click on each teacher's name below to access instructions for each class. Please be sure to attend virtual HCC classes to ensure you do not get behind with college classes. 


    If your teacher is "Speier, Mark" that is means that course is taught by an HCC professor. Students should log in to Canvas and keep up with all college work. 



Asynchronous Teacher Pages


  • Last year, teachers were able to mark students one of the following:

    • Present
    • Absent
    • Remote Asynchronous


    Remote asynchronous was a method for students to be marked present if engaged in virtual instructions. This year, teachers may only mark students absent or present. 


    Students required to quartantine will be marked absent by teachers. Mrs. Giron will mark these absences as "excused." 


    HISD's TOL provides an opportunity for students to be marked present but requires students to be online from 8am-12pm. This causes a conflict with almost all our students due to HCC classes. Our priority is for students to keep up academically. We are advising our students to complete work for teacher of record. Teachers are working hard to provide students who are absent with the opportuinty to engage asynchronously (on their own time.) This provides our students with the opportunity to keep up with schoolwork when absent. Our school is documenting absences for students required to quarantine and marking them as "excused." Students who require an attendance apeal (asterisk / NG) will not be required to complete tasks to recover credit for absences due to days the student was required to quarantine.