Virtual Learning Program

Protecting Health and Safety of Students and Employees

  • ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS AND PARENTS!
    Spring ISD is committed to protecting the health and safety of its employees and students. We have adopted new protocols for students to follow while physically present in a Spring ISD building.

    BEFORE a student can attend ANY school in person OR ride a SISD bus, parents must agree to NOT allowing their child to attend school OR ride the bus if any of the following is true:
    • My student has been diagnosed with COVID-19.
    • A health department representative or healthcare provider has been in contact with me and
    advised me or any member of my household to self-quarantine;
    • My student has any of the following symptoms:
    • Fever with a temperature of 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit or higher;
    • Sore throat;
    • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing;
    • New uncontrolled cough that causes difficulty breathing (for students with chronic
    allergic/asthmatic cough, a change in their cough from baseline);
    • New onset of severe headache, especially with a fever;
    • Diarrhea, vomiting, or abdominal pain; or
    • New loss of taste or smell.

    Parents must NOT allow their student to attend school in person or ride the bus on any given day when one or more items listed above are true.
    Parents must IMMEDIATELY advise their student’s school of ANY issues and abide by ALL instructions given to them by the principal or school nurse, including not sending their student to school without clearance from a medical professional.
    Where possible, students will log into their classes while they are absent due to illness but well enough to complete their classwork.
     
    ALL students and parents click here (  https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDdd12AzHauxYFuhYIfDlFlRhyZETPN5ocxjD_xqkPaHO1gA/viewform ) to complete a MANDATORY form that is REQUIRED BEFORE your child attends school OR rides the school bus.

    EN ESPANOL
    ¡ATENCIÓN A TODOS LOS ESTUDIANTES Y PADRES!
    Spring ISD se compromete a proteger la salud y seguridad de sus empleados y estudiantes. Hemos adoptado nuevos protocolos para que los estudiantes los sigan mientras están físicamente presentes en un edificio de Spring ISD.
     
    ANTES de que un estudiante pueda asistir a CUALQUIER escuela en persona O viajar en un autobús de SISD, los padres deben estar de acuerdo en no permitir que su hijo asista a la escuela O viajar en el autobús si se cumple alguna de las siguientes condiciones:
     
    • Mi hijo ha sido diagnosticado con COVID-19. 
    • Un representante del departamento de salud o un proveedor de atención médica se ha puesto en contacto conmigo y me ha aconsejado a mí oa cualquier miembro de mi hogar que se ponga en cuarentena; 
    • Mi estudiante tiene alguno de los siguientes síntomas: 
    • Fiebre con una temperatura de 100.4 grados Fahrenheit o más; 
    • Dolor garganta; 
    • Dificultad para respirar o dificultad para respirar; 
    • Nueva tos incontrolada que causa dificultad para respirar (para los estudiantes con tos crónica alérgica / asmática, un cambio en su tos desde el inicio); 
    • Nueva aparición de dolor de cabeza severo, especialmente con fiebre; 
    • Diarrea , vómitos o dolor abdominal; o 
    • Nueva pérdida del gusto u olfato.
     
    Los padres NO deben permitir que su estudiante asista a la escuela en persona o viaje en el autobús en un día determinado cuando uno o más de los puntos enumerados anteriormente son ciertos.
    Los padres deben informar INMEDIATAMENTE a la escuela de su hijo de CUALQUIER problema y cumplir con TODAS las instrucciones que les dé el director o la enfermera de la escuela, incluido no enviar a su hijo a la escuela sin la autorización de un profesional médico.
     
    Cuando sea posible, los estudiantes iniciarán sesión en sus clases mientras estén ausentes debido a una enfermedad, pero lo suficientemente bien para completar su trabajo de clase.
     
    TODOS los estudiantes y padres hagan clic aquí (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDdd12AzHauxYFuhYIfDlFlRhyZETPN5ocxjD_xqkPaHO1gA/viewform) para completar un formulario OBLIGATORIO que SE REQUIERE ANTES de que su hijo asista a la escuela O viaje en el autobús escolar.

Attendance Counts!

  • Attendance Counts!

  • Important Announcement


    Students must check their SISD email account for links that will be shared by their teachers. The links shared in this email will give you access to your daily classes during each period.

    REMINDER: ATTENDANCE WILL BE TAKEN DURING EACH PERIOD OF THE DAY! 


    ARE YOU SCHEDULED FOR A VIRTUAL CLASS BUT CAN'T FIND IT?

    1. You can click the Schoology link from your
      MySpring Portal or you can go to https://schoology.springisd.org/  (your login is the one you use for MySpring)
    2. Next, you will see a list of all your courses. Each one has the name of the course so you can choose the correct one.
    3. Click the course and you are in!
     
    Virtual Teacher Contacts:
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Covid-19 Virtual Learning Program Information

  • Covid-19

    Virtual Learning Program Resources

    With the closure of our district as we face the Corona Virus pandemic, students CAN STILL work in Edgenuity if they have internet access.

    Call or text Dr. Wilson at 346-818-0957 to have work unlocked.
    Cumulative Exams CANNOT be taken at home....SORRY!  They will be there when we return to school.

    If you need a new course added, you can do any of the following:

    Email Mary Paige Kapp
    Email Dr. Wilson
    Text or call Dr. Wilson at 346-818.0957

    Above all else, STAY CALM and STAY SAFE!

    Dr. Wilson, ASAP Administrator

    Counseling Resources

    If you need to reach out to the counselor complete this form and I will get back to you as soon as possible:
    Contact your Counselor

    Your Counselor, Mary Paige Kapp

    Technology Support

    If you need technology assistance please contact the help desk at your school (during school hours). After 4pm call 281-891-6249 or 281-698-0162. You can also submit a request for helpdesk support here.

     

    Empowered Learning At-Home Covid-19 Updates

ASAP Program Parent & Student Townhall

  •  ASAP Townhall

Our Mission & Vision

  • MISSION Statement
    The Virtual Learning Program is dedicated to preparing every student for successful entry into college and/or the workforce by upholding a standard of excellence that fosters individualization, innovation, and inspiration.

    VISION Statement
    The Virtual Learning Program will serve as a flagship institution that provides a high quality, non-traditional learning environment where students experience opportunity and choice as they thrive academically, personally, and socially.

A Learning Experience Unlike Any Other!

  • The Virtual School is an online community of learners where passionate educators ensure learning by creating meaningful relationships while utilizing technology to engage students in quality instruction that is rigorous and relevant.

    Every Child 2020

Our Beliefs

  • BELIEF Statements

    We believe education is a key component that determines the quality of a student’s future

    We believe student success is dependent upon the removal or minimization of distractions; and, this can only be achieved through a strong partnership with our families, communities, and neighboring schools

    We believe highly diverse learning environments designed to meet the unique needs and interests of all students are the only way to prepare students for success in a global society

    We believe students should be empowered to achieve their goals by teaching them to plan for success while exposing them to the varied opportunities needed to excel.

    We believe that anything less than excellent is below standard.

2018-19 Campus Improvement Plan

  • Campus Improvement Plan

    In accordance with the Texas Education Agency's regulations related to school-wide programs, a Campus Improvement Plan (CIP) was developed for the Virtual Learning Program.  This CIP was developed in response to an internal comprehensive needs assessment (CNA) and informal feedback from staff and students.  The CIP serves as the blueprint for how we can bring focus and coherence to reform activities designed to help all of our students succeed.

    2018-2019 Campus Improvement Plan

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  • 1001 Southridge Rd
    Houston, Texas 77090

    Phone:  281.891.6223
    Fax:     281.895.0305

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