• Online Learning Location Information
    for Elementary School Students in the 2021-2022 School Year
    Información sobre el aprendizaje en línea para los estudiantes de la escuela primaria en el año escolar 2021-2022

    Humble ISD is planning for the 2021-2022 school year and will continue to provide a personalized approach to education. The district is planning to offer parents the choice of two learning locations for their children in Pre-Kindergarten through Fifth Grade:

    1. In person, at school, or
    2. Online, with students learning at home. 

    Humble ISD will offer these two options as long as the district is permitted to do so under the Texas Education Code, Texas Education Agency (TEA) rules, and Humble ISD Board Policies. It is possible that actions taken by the Texas Legislature, which meets through May 31, 2021, will impact what Humble ISD can offer.

    Please review the FAQs below to help you make the best decision for your children.

FAQs

  • What technology does an online student need? What support can the district provide?

  • What do virtual students need from their family during the school day?

  • Will my child be required to attend live Zoom sessions?

  • Will there be specific guidelines for attendance and participation?

  • How often will my children receive small group instruction from their online teachers?

  • What does my child do when he or she is not in a Zoom session?

  • Will there be training sessions to educate parents on the platforms?

  • If I have several children, can their schedules be aligned so that they have recess and lunch together?

  • Can we go on vacation any time, or will we be required to follow the district calendar?

  • How do online students keep pace educationally with in-person students?

  • If my children are online learners, will they receive specialized services that they have qualified for from the school?

  • Will my child’s teacher and classmates be from his or her home campus?

  • Will there be a limit on the number of students in a virtual class?

  • Will my child have a dedicated teacher who won’t change?

  • Will there be opportunities for students to participate in tutorials, clubs, field trips and events?

  • How can my child feel included and make friends and continue to develop socially and emotionally?

  • Will I be able to change my child’s learning location choice after I submit my choice for 2021-2022?

  • What happens if my home situation changes and it is not the designated time to request a learning location change?