Tyler ISD To Begin Distance Learning Amid Smith County ‘Stay At Home’ Order
School is back in session for Tyler ISD students…..Virtually!
Now that Smith County is under a 'Stay At Home' Order teachers have come up with a plan to keep our children educated while out of school.
Starting Monday (March 30th), Tyler Independent School District will begin 'Distant Learning' online classes for their students.
According to KLTV, distance learning plans will be available through their Clever Portal where students can complete classwork and other assignments.
Tyler ISD released a statement:
Tyler ISD is rolling out plans to keep its students learning during the statewide school facility closure effective through April 3. The District’s Distance Learning curriculum provides at home instruction opportunities for all grades, Pre-K through 12, with online platforms and resources. The plan also includes opportunities for learning through printed grade-specific instructional packets for students and families without internet access or devices needed to complete the online curriculum.
A weeks worth of learning packets in English and Spanish will be available and can be picked up at the same time and locations at the Curbside Pickup Meals.
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