The “Stay in Place” order for Smith County and Tyler ISD Schools was extended to May 1st, with a possible return date of May 4th. We will continue to update our school community as we receive official district updates.
Please remain healthy, safe, and connected.
La orden de "permanecer en el lugar" para las escuelas del Condado Smith y Tyler ISD se extendió hasta el 1 de mayo, con una posible fecha de regreso del 4 de mayo. Continuaremos actualizando nuestra comunidad escolar a medida que recibamos actualizaciones oficiales del distrito.
Por favor, manténgase saludable, seguro y conectado.
For the latest information and updates on the Coronavirus situation, please check the district web page. Click here.
School Closures Continue– As a reminder, school facilities are closed to campus-based learning at this time and we hope to return Monday, May 4. Right now, getting our seniors prepared to graduate is one of our top priorities moving forward. Please stay tuned to communications from your high school as to what this may look like in the coming weeks.
Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) – We care about the social and emotional well-being of our students and families during these unprecedented times. Please know that campus counselors are available to students via phone, email and video chat. To speak with a counselor, students and families can submit a counseling referral form located on their campus counselor’s web page. Additionally, free online SEL resources are available at tylerisd.org/distancelearning.
Curbside Meal Pickup – Curbside Meals are available at the following locations Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. NEW! GOOD NEWS…Students do NOT need to be present to pick up Curbside Meals or East Texas Food Bank Emergency Boxes!
Boulter Middle School, 2926 Garden Valley Rd.
Caldwell Arts Academy, 331 South College St.
Dixie Elementary School, 213 Patton Lane — NEW!!!
Griffin Elementary School, 2650 N. Broadway Ave.
Hubbard Middle School, 1300 Hubbard Dr.
Moore MST Magnet School, 2101 Devine St.
Peete Elementary School, 1511 Bellwood Rd.
Three Lakes Middle School, 2445 Three Lakes Pkwy.
T.J. Austin Elementary School, 1105 West Franklin St.
East Texas Food Bank Emergency Food Box Schedule (11 a.m. to 1 p.m.)
Monday, April 6: T.J. Austin Elementary School
Tuesday, April 7: Griffin Elementary School and Caldwell Arts Academy
Wednesday, April 8: Hubbard Middle School and Moore MST Middle School
Thursday, April 9: Boulter Middle School
Friday, April 10: Peete Elementary School and Three Lakes Middle School
For the latest Tyler ISD updates, information and resources visit tylerisd.org/Covid19.
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Dear High School Partners:
On behalf of TJC I would like to share our current plan for all TJC classes which includes dual credit and early college classes. We understand that the longer students are away from classes, the more challenging the rest of the semester will be. We also recognize that students may be limited due to poor internet and/or access to textbooks. Please know that we have asked faculty to remain as flexible as possible.
TJC cares deeply for our TJC student community. We have nearly 12,000 currently enrolled students for spring depending on us. To slow the spread of the virus, we have made the decision that students enrolled in face-to-face classes will return on March 30th.
Through this time, the following plan is in place: a) limited online instruction (2nd 8-week term and HTMS) will continue this week, and b) all existing online instruction will restart on March 23rd. We also encourage online portions of hybrid classes to continue with this schedule as well wherever pedagogically possible.
We realize that dual credit students taking face-to-face courses at the high school must follow the decisions of the ISD. If the school district decides to extend the break longer than March 30, we will work with teachers to develop alternate plans. Please share this information with your faculty and students.
With such a symbiotic relationship, it is essential that we communicate plans with each other. I will keep the department chairs and faculty up to date on your ISD decisions, and I will provide you with as much information as I can regarding classes. The situation will, of course, remain fluid as we continue to monitor and respond to local, state and national authorities.
Thank you again for your partnership and please let us know how we can assist you and your students.
Interim Director of School District Partnerships
FOR IMPORTANT CAMPUS UPDATES:
Please sign in to Student or Parent Self-Serve to update your Student’s Cell Phone number(s) in order to continue to get updates for the coming school year.
https://teams.tylerisd.org/students - Student Self-Serve website.
https://teams.tylerisd.org/parents - Parent Self-Serve website.
Once you sign on, you will see a tab labeled “Student Cell Phone” and you can easily edit or add your student’s cell phone number.
Chanel Howard-Veazy comes to Tyler ISD from Sealy ISD where she has served as executive director of curriculum and instruction and district testing director since 2016. Ms. Howard-Veazy has served most of her 24-year educational career in Dallas ISD as principal at Lincoln High School and Humanities/Communication Magnet, Fred Florence Middle School and Thomas Tolbert Elementary School. She also served as associate principal at Pearl C. Anderson Middle Learning Center and dean of instruction at Sarah Zumwalt Middle School. Inside the classroom, Ms. Howard-Veazy taught general, Pre-AP and AP English in Dallas, LaMarque and Denton ISDs as well as Ouachita Parish Schools in Louisiana.
Ms. Howard-Veazy earned a Bachelor of Science in English Education from Grambling State University, a Master of Education in Educational Administration & Supervision from the University of Louisiana at Monroe, and completed her superintendent certification at The University of Texas at Arlington. Welcome to John Tyler High School!
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