On Friday, officials with the El Paso Independent School District released their survey to let parents decide which style of learning they wish their children to have at the start of the 2020-21 school year is now open.
Parents are asked to log on and make a selection for each child enrolled in the District. A link to the survey was emailed to parents and can also be found on the EPISD Reopening web page.
A learning option must be made for each child enrolled in EPISD.
Those options are:
• A staggered schedule that combines virtual and on-campus instruction. Students will go to the campus twice a week and continue learning virtually from home the rest of the week;
• Virtual learning that provides full at-home instruction using the EPISD@Home portal; and
• In-person learning five days a week on either a half- or full-day basis for students in select special programs such as English-language learners, students in grades pre-k through second and specific students with disabilities.
Parents can review the three options and see sample schedules for elementary and secondary students on the EPISD Reopening web page.
To make a selection, parents will need their child’s student identification.
Earlier this week, district officials announced that they would give parents the option of three different types of learning as classes resume on Monday, August 3.