Thursday morning, officials with El Paso ISD launched their new ‘Reopening Survey’ for parents of students attending school in the district.
District officials say that parents are being asked to choose among new instructional options that will be available once schools reopen. The survey can be accessed by parents by clicking this link.
“This is a new survey that must be submitted for each child enrolled in EPISD,” officials shared via an emailed news release. “The deadline to submit options via the reopening survey is Wednesday, September 9.”
Parents need to select an instructional option for each child enrolled in EPISD. The options are:
• Full, at-home virtual learning for all grade levels.
• Daily, on-campus instruction for grades pre-kinder through eighth grade.
• Staggered (hybrid) for high school students only.
The instructional options reflect new requirements set by the Texas Education Agency.
All EPISD students will continue to receive remote learning services until further notice, and any changes to instruction will be announced promptly.
EPISD officials add that they’ve published a School Reopening Plan for students and employees outlining plans and rules for the safe return to on-campus instruction. That plan can be viewed via this link.