This is a challenging time for our school community as we all try to forge a new way, and balance careers, families and childcare. At the recommendation of Governor Abbott and the Texas Education Agency (TEA), Aristoi is taking every precaution available to keep our faculty, staff and students safe. The Administration is in constant contact with TEA, the Texas Public Charter School Association (TPSCA), and is following the CDC guidelines. With this in mind, Aristoi will be closed through April 10th.
Q. When does online learning begin?
Q. What if students do not have textbooks and materials at home?
Q. What if my student doesn’t finish the work in the recommended amount of time?
Q. What if I cannot help my student with their work?
Q. What if my student needs accommodations, how will that work?
Q. Are there other resources we can use?
Q. May students collaborate with classmates?
Q. How much time will I need to schedule to work with my children?
Q. How will my student's work be graded?
Q. What happens after April 10?
Q. Will I, or my student, be able to access the school campuses?
Q. Has Aristoi had a confirmed case of COVID-19?
Q. How will I be updated of changes or developments?
Q. May I pick up my student's medicine from Student Care?
Q. How will an extended school closure impact my child's attendance? How does this impact the required time of instruction?
Q. Will there be a graduation ceremony for the seniors?
Q. What about the scheduled theatre, band, and choir productions?
Q. What about STAAR testing?
Q. Are meal services available?
Q. What is COVID-19?