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Conroe ISD is offering both Traditional In-Person and Remote/Online Instruction. Both programs will follow Conroe ISD’s TEKS-based curriculum. Families are asked to select one of these options when they complete their enrollment or information review in Enrollment Online (formerly known as InfoSnap). Any family wanting to change their student’s selection should contact their child’s school using the contact information at the top of the campus website. Following the July 28 deadline, families are asked to make any changes to their student’s instructional selection at the end of the nine-week grading period.
Reopening Task Force
Conroe ISD has assembled a task force comprised of over 75 members including District administrators, campus administrators, teachers, parents, nurses, community members, and representatives from operational departments throughout the District.
This task force is working on several aspects related to reopening, including:
- developing protocols, procedures, and practices intended to provide as safe a learning environment as possible;
- preparing for academic delivery models that lead to high levels of academic success and mitigate learning loss;
- addressing the physical, social, emotional, and nutritional needs of students and staff;
- increasing engagement and equity; and
Parent Survey Responses
Families were surveyed for instructional planning purposes in June. Responses from both the English and Spanish versions are available at the provided link.
Parent Survey Highlights
Over 26,000 responses from families across the six high school feeder zones.
Over 97% of families responding to the survey have internet at home.
Type of Instruction
Over 75% of families responding to the survey indicated they would choose traditional in-person instruction for 2020-2021.
What Concerns Parents
Parents responded with a variety of concerns about the 2020-2021 school year.
Teacher Survey Results
Teachers were surveyed for instructional planning purposes. All responses are posted at the provided link.
Teacher Survey Highlights
Over 3,600 teachers from across the District responded to the survey.
Ninety-eight percent of responding teachers plan to return to teach this fall.
Teachers' greatest concern is taking germs home to their family and loved ones.
Increased sanitation efforts and regular hand washing by students and staff ranked among the highest safety measures teachers would like to see.