Hybrid learning offers a creative and flexible learning environment for students in grades 4 through 6.

Dallas ISD is launching a first-of-its-kind public school option for our District 2 families: It’s a new hybrid school where students do part of their learning remotely and part of their learning on campus.

The Dallas Hybrid Preparatory at Stephen J. Hay is opening in Fall 2021 and will start by offering a creative and flexible learning environment for students in grades four through six. Additional grade levels will be offered in future years.

Students will attend classes in the school building twice a week and engage in remote learning three days a week. School staff will partner with families to provide direction, encouragement, accountability and curriculum, including weekly assignments and comprehensive assistance for students preparing for college.

While on campus, scholars will problem-solve and create in small groups. Students will design projects based on their own unique interests and needs while developing and demonstrating competencies. During remote learning, scholars will have pacing flexibility and engage in discussion boards, blogs and pre-recorded webinars and lectures.

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of the innovation. Visit dallasisd.org/hybridschool

to enroll today!

 

District 2 news…

  • Teacher Appreciation Month. Thank you to all of our District 2 teachers for your service! You’re an inspiration to our students and community.
  • Bond 2020 is kicking off with virtual visioning sessions and community meetings for 13 new replacement schools, including Geneva Heights Elementary School and Longfellow Career Exploration Academy. This will be a community-intensive and collaborative process.
  • Congratulations to all of our Hillcrest, North Dallas and Woodrow Wilson championship athletes and coaches. All of your hard work, commitment and practice has paid off. We are proud of you!

In other news…

Enroll your child in Dallas ISD Pre-K from the comfort of your own vehicle! 

Registration events are coming TO YOUR COMMUNITY every Saturday in May from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

If you have a new or returning Pre-K student, do not miss this opportunity and drive up to receive help to complete your child’s online registration for next year, in an array of options offered in Dallas ISD.

For locations visit: prekdallas.org

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Dallas ISD Trustee
Dustin Marshall, District 2


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