Chapel Hill ISD to Host Monthly 'Literacy, Numeracy, and EOC Camp'
Chapel Hill Independent School District Communications Department
Belen Casillas (903)566-2441 or casillasb@ChapelHillISD.org
Date: September 30, 2021
Chapel Hill ISD to host monthly 'Literacy, Numeracy, and EOC Camp'
Chapel Hill ISD’s is hosting “Literacy, Numeracy, and EOC Camp” to provide additional literacy and numeracy tutoring to students once a month.
Saturday, Oct. 9
Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021
Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021
Saturday, Jan. 8, 2022
Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022
Saturday, March 5, 2022
Saturday, April 2, 2022
We Provide Transportation, Breakfast and Lunch
There are four drop-off locations for parents who need transportation. Please drop off your child at one of these locations by 7:15 a.m. and pick up by 12:30 p.m.
Rose Heights Church, 2120 Old Omen Road
Jackson Elementary, 16406 F.M. 2767
Morningside - La Tienda Mexicana Restaurant
Sharon Baptist Church, 12216 F.M. 3226
Please be aware that if your student is in quarantine or isolation, she/he will not be allowed to attend. Masks must be worn inside all facilities and transportation vehicles by all staff and students.
Parents or legal guardians, please fill out the information on the form that pertains to your student's campus.
High School - Only for students who are required to attend.
Please return to your first period teacher by Wednesday, Oct. 6.
For additional information please contact your student’s campus.
Wise Elementary: (903) 566-2271
Jackson Elementary: (903) 566-3411
Kissam Elementary: (903)566-8334
Junior High School: (903) 566-1491
High School: (903) 566-2311
The Literacy and Numeracy Camp is led by the Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Department under the Bilingual/ESL Program Director, Jadwiga Walters at email@example.com or via phone at (903)566-2441.
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