HB 4545 Online Summer Programs
Online summer learning may be appropriate and necessary for students in grades 7-12 who do not meet state standards on STAAR exams this spring. This includes students who either do not receive a passing score or who do not test. Campuses will work with families to create Accelerated Instruction Plans (AIPs) that may include an option to complete online modules this summer under the support of a certified Frisco ISD teacher.
Please note: Secondary students who do not meet passing standards on STAAR and are also required to participate in Summer School for credit/course recovery will complete the required 30 hours of accelerated instruction per subject through successful completion of their Summer School course(s). Elementary students who do not meet passing standards on STAAR and attend a Title I campus will have the opportunity to work toward the 30 hours during the Title I summer enrichment experience.
HB 4545 Secondary Summer Tutorials
Students entering grades 7-12 who do not meet state standards on STAAR exams in spring 2022 may be asked to participate in online summer tutoring. This includes students who either do not receive a passing score or who do not test.
June 6- June 23, 2022
July 11- July 28, 2022
The goal of this opportunity is to help students work through the 30 hours of accelerated instruction per subject that is required under HB 4545
. This will help prevent the need for students to participate in tutoring on prior-year knowledge and skills during the 2022-23 school year.
Work will be completed asynchronously online with opportunities for small group check-ins via Google Meet with a certified Frisco ISD teacher. District devices are available upon request if needed for students to participate in the online tutorials.
A Frequently Asked Questions regarding STAAR and the requirements of HB 4545 is available here
. Additional questions or concerns should be directed to members of your student’s Accelerated Instruction Committee.