KIPP Texas Public Schools
Distance Learning Plan

Parents and guardians can access grade-level appropriate recommended daily schedules, instructional guidance, and links to free online learning resources.

KIPP Texas is committed to providing learning resources and virtual environments for our students despite the closing of schools. These resources can be used for primary, middle and high school students so that their learning can continue at home. In addition to the general resources on this site, all students will receive instruction and materials from their teachers via Google Classroom.

If you have concerns or need support regarding resources for your child’s health and mental health needs, please reach out to a member of your school team for support.

Remote Learning Family Survey

We hope you and your family are doing well! Thanks for taking the time to complete this survey in order for us to know how we are doing when it comes to remote learning and how we can continue to improve our practices. We appreciate your feedback.

Before we start, let's make sure you can connect your Chromebook to your WiFi internet network.

The video to the left contains the instructions to connect your Chromebook to your wireless router or WiFi hot spot. This is important to getting the best experience. This video walks you through the steps to get your Chromebook connected to the internet.

Need Help?

Struggling to Login - If you are struggling to login to Google Classroom, please reach out to your student's teacher.

Google Classroom Instructions for Students, Parents & Guardians

Google Classroom - For Parents and Students

Click the image to the left to view a slideshow reviewing how students can access Google Classroom. After logging in, students will be able to:

  1. Join their classrooms

  2. Find assignments

  3. Post work

  4. Communicate with their teachers and classes

For more details, watch the "Parents Guide to Google Classroom in 2020" video

Online Resources

Khan Academy


Tar Heel Reader

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The online resources suggested are available free of charge, and in some cases, a student account needs to be created. Please make sure your parents/guardians approve your use of these educational resources before use.