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Parent Night Sessions Set For Hope Schools

By Staff, 09/1/20 7:47 PM

\HOPE – Campuses of the Hope Public Schools are gearing up “Parent Night” programs with specific emphasis upon virtual class instruction to keep parents and students current and answer questions regarding the virtual platform used by the district.


Clinton Primary School will conduct its program in three sessions Tuesday, Sept. 8, between 4-6 p.m. at the CPS campus for parents of students in grades two through four.

Parents who have questions or issues learning to navigate virtual instruction platforms should call 903-265-3998 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. to arrange an appointment for either the 4 p.m., 5 p.m., or 6 p.m. session.

Parents are asked to bring their student’s school issued device, fully charged.

COVID-19 protocols will be observed, including:

–Only one parent should accompany the student(s).

–Face masks must be worn at all times.

–Parents and students must enter through the main double doors at the office entrance to the building.

–Temperature screenings will be conducted.

The sessions will cover basic steps in navigating the use of the student device, including:

–How to log in to the device.

–Hog to log into applicable programs.

–How to check email.

–How to monitor notifications.

–Navigating the Lincoln Learning platform.

–How to obtain feedback on assignments.

–How to navigate lessons.

–Uploading documents and submitting student work.

–How to download and use PDF documents.


The Hope Academy of Public Service will conduct its parent night session live via Facebook on Tuesday, Sept. 8, at 5:30 p.m.

Parents will receive a survey, English or Spanish versions, about concerns and questions which will be used to guide the live session. A link to the survey will be provided on social media, and it will also be emailed to parents.

Portions of the Facebook session will be pre-recorded instruction, and an interpreter will be available during the live session.

Sessions at Beryl Henry Elementary School, Yerger Middle School and Hope High School will be announced separately.