Allen ISD School Year 2020-21

  • Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Allen ISD is offering two learning options for parents during the 2020-21 school year: At-Home Learning and In-Person learning. In-Person learning is the traditional classroom learning format. At-Home Learning provides live, electronic instruction for families concerned about returning their children to a campus setting.

Instructional Delivery Models

  • Link opens in same window In Person Learning logo

    Allen ISD will offer two options for instructional delivery for our students. Visit the links below to learn more about each option:

    Allen ISD realizes that not all courses will effectively translate to a virtual learning environment, particularly specialized courses offered to secondary (7th – 12th grade) students (examples: an advanced science lab, welding, or a certified nursing assistant course). For these specialized courses that are not offered at home, students will have the option to either attend in-person, or AISD staff will work with your child to find a suitable replacement course. In addition, some specialized courses that are offered in at-home learning may require in-person learning experiences on campus. A listing of these specialized courses will be available on the AISD website. UIL extracurriculars, such as fine arts and athletics, will also be available as in-person activities for our at-home learners.

    Regardless of which learning option you choose for your child, the expectations for coursework and the grading system will be the same for both in-person and at-home learning. Allen ISD believes this is the fairest and most equitable solution for all of our students. Applicable courses in 9th-12th grade will be included in calculating GPA and class rank for both in-person and at-home learning students.

    Click on the Expand All links below for more details on the learning models: 

  • At-Home Learning

  • In-Person Learning

Last Modified on November 13, 2020