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Klein ISD 2020-2021 School Year Options

Klein ISD 2020-2021 School Year Options

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~ 3 weeks, 2 days ago   Jul 22 2020, 1:41pm 
Klein ISD 2020-2021 School Year Options
 
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Klein ISD has given parents the option to have their student return to campus in the fall or to do online learning. Parents must finalize their option by July 24.
 
For more information, visit the Klein ISD website kleinisd.net/
 
Here is a quick look at the options provided:
 
OnCampus:
*Students will follow their daily schedule, including all courses selected and/or assigned, as well as extracurricular activities, if applicable.
 
*Students who require support and interventions will receive them in person.
 
*Per TEA Guidelines: Students in grades PK-12 will wear face coverings on buses, hallways, common areas, and when social distancing is not feasible, including in classrooms, to the extent it is developmentally appropriate. This applies to both school (indoor and outdoor) and bus settings.
 
Online:
*Students will have digital access through Schoology to all their courses, as well as the option to participate in extracurricular activities on campus.
 
*Students will engage daily in 100% virtual, online learning with Klein ISD certified teachers facilitating students’ learning and coursework.
 
*Students may have periods of daily, live instruction with certified teachers, as well as periods of self-paced, independent learning.
 
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