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Welcome to the web portal designed to provide you and your family with information and resources in the pages below to ensure the academic success of your child.

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January Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our January Parents and Families Newsletter.Announcement 1/7/2022

Winter Edition Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our Nov/Dec Parents and Families Newsletter.Announcement11/17/2021

October Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our October Parents and Families Newsletter. Announcement10/29/2021

September Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our September Parents and Families Newsletter.Announcement 9/30/2021

August Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our August Parents and Families Newsletter. Announcement 8/30/2021

July Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our July Parents and Families Newsletter. Announcement 7/30/2021

June Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our June Parents and Families Newsletter. Announcement 6/28/2021

May Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our May Parents and Families Newsletter.
Announcement 5/27/2021


Survey for Parents and Families Event
We need your input about an upcoming Parents and Families event. Please fill out this short survey to help us plan this event to meet your needs.
Announcement 5/3/2021


April Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our April Parents and Families Newsletter. Announcement 4/30/2021


March Newsletter
We are excited to announce the release of our MarchParents and Families Newsletter.
Announcement 3/5/2021


Featured Newsletters
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Happy New Year! In this issue, new scholarships have been added to the Student Resources section to support you and your child as they take the next steps for their future.

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Our first ever Winter Edition of the Parents and Families Newsletter. Visit the At-Home Activities section to find fun ways to spend time with your child during the holiday season.

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Throughout the month of October, the Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) at your child’s school will be sending you some forms and communicating with you to keep you up-to-date regarding your emergent bilingual student. Engage in exercises for all Emergent Bilinguals with online grammar activities, vocabulary videos, and interactive quizzes. Check out English Media Lab for more information.

Girl writing in notebook in winter

Our first ever Winter Edition of the Parents and Families Newsletter. Visit the At-Home Activities section to find fun ways to spend time with your child during the holiday season.

october news letter highlights

Throughout the month of October, the Language Proficiency Assessment Committee (LPAC) at your child’s school will be sending you some forms and communicating with you to keep you up-to-date regarding your emergent bilingual student. Engage in exercises for all Emergent Bilinguals with online grammar activities, vocabulary videos, and interactive quizzes. Check out English Media Lab for more information.

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With the start of back to school, you may have learned about some of the following programs and services within your school and community. Interested in partnering with your child's teacher to support their learning? Visit the TEA Back to School Parent Conferencing Tool web page , to learn more.

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Visit the Prekindergarten Registration Information page to see if your child is eligible and access information for the upcoming school year including registration schedules.

Learn more about at-home activities to help your child with the transition to back-to-school.

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Visit SSES.tea.texas.gov to learn more about Supplemental Special Education Services and how eligible families of student with significant and complex disabilities can qualify for up to $1,500 per child to purchase special educational resources and services.

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Visit the Texas Migrant Education Program (TMEP) web portal for resources for parents and families of migratory children.

Find resources for health support services to support your family by visiting TEA’s Mental Health Resources page that has links to 24 hour support.

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To support your child who has also been identified with a disability and served by special education, these are great resources to check out.

Tips for Managing Behaviors for At-Home Learning English / Spanish

ARD Meeting Essentials for Parents English / Spanish

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Check out our great brochures located at txel.org explaining the benefits of the Bilingual Education Program and the English as a Second Language (ESL) Program.

Bilingual Education Program English / Spanish / Vietnamese

English as Second Language (ESL) Program English / Spanish / Vietnamese

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Check out the Parents and Families page ,it's been recently redesigned with you in mind.

The Process for Serving English Learners video identifies the steps taken by schools in Texas to ensure the success of students who are learning English.

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