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OPTION 3: Hybrid Learning

Hybrid Learning combination learning option for grades 7-12 where most core classes take place online. Some fine arts, athletics, electives & other classes requiring on-campus learning (like labs or welding) take place at campus.





Hybrid courses will not start in the first week of school. Students should plan for hybrid courses to potentially begin the second week of school-based local conditions. Teachers will provide times when students should plan to attend face-to-face classes in the Hybrid model. Students need to follow all expectations listed for at-home students and be prepared to attend class on-campus when needed.


Additional expectations include: 

  • Students’ school ID will designate them as a Hybrid model student and must wear their ID at all times while on campus (Grades 7-12).
  • Hybrid students must enter the classroom directly using the designated door communicated by the campus.  
  • Students should not arrive more than 10 minutes before their class begins.
  • Students must be on time to class.
  • Students must leave the campus immediately after their assigned class is finished.
  • Hybrid Model Students will follow the Student Code of Conduct and all campus rules/procedures while on campus.
  • Providing transportation to and from the Hybrid course(s) is the responsibility of the parent/guardian/student.  Bus transportation may be provided for students participating in a Hybrid course for 1st (arrival only) or 8th (dismissal only) periods.
  • Students who are in on-campus class 1st period may eat on-campus breakfast.
  • Students who are in on-campus class immediately before or after lunches are allowed to eat on-campus lunches, but must immediately return to their designated location following the conclusion of their assigned lunch.
Please Note:

Information in this document is subject to change based on the fluid nature of community health concerns and new information provided by the Texas Education Agency & other governing entities.

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Can secondary students who select At-Home or Hybrid Learning still participate in athletics, fine arts, and extracurricular activities?

Yes, students who select At-Home Learning may participate in extracurricular activities if they meet all UIL requirements, are enrolled in the applicable extracurricular course section, and are able to attend on-campus practices and competitions. Students must have their own transportation to and from practices, rehearsals, etc.

Will students in grades 7-12 be able to participate in clubs and organization meetings and/or activities?

Yes, students who select At-Home Learning or On-Campus Learning may participate in clubs and/or organizations. Meetings may be held virtually, as applicable. Students must have their own transportation to and from campus.
Since Hybrid Learning is a combination of On-Campus & At-Home Online Learning, we encourage you to review the FAQs for both learning options.
ATTENTION: All commitment form emails regarding learning choices for next school year have been sent out. If you didn’t receive one, please check your Promotion & Spam folders. If you still don't see it, please call your child's campus from 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday or email If you call after hours, please leave a message for us to call you back.