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Struggling Virtual Students May Be Required to Return to Campus

The Texas Education Agency is now allowing school districts to require virtual students who are failing and/or not actively participating in class to be moved from virtual education to face-to-face instruction. As a result, letters and emails describing Pasadena ISD's procedures for returning those virtual students to campus have been sent to those students. Students' parents and guardians can click on the "Virtual Appeal Information" button for information on how to appeal the decision to return their students to campus.


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Second Semester Has Begun. Do You Know What You're Student's Grades Are?

Here are instructions for parents and students to view grades on Skyward as the grading period progresses. Visit the PISD Technology Page for more help and information.

Link to ECHS registration

If you are a current 8th grade student who is interested in attending the SHHS Early College High School, we are now taking applications for incoming 9th grade students for the 2021-22 school year.   Online application is open from November 2nd, 2020 to January 8th, 2021.  go to to apply.  If you have questions, contact Rhonda Bell. 

School Continues Online and on Campus

Take a look at our South Houston High School COVID Reopening Plan.

The first class period starts at 7:15 a.m.

All virtual students log into Classlink, click on the Schoology tile, open their courses and go to their First Period Google Meet or Zoom. 

Face-to-face students should proceed to their classrooms as usual, and remember to follow COVID safety procedures.   

Visit the SHHS Student Virtual Resources page for bell schedules, technology help and more. 

Also, go to the "Everything You Need to Know" document for QR codes and links to the SHHS Website, the PISD Website, and information on Food Service,  Supplies, Transportation, Nurse/Health and Skyward Family Access. 

Graduates, This Is How To Get Your Transcripts

Do not go to the school to get your transcript. Instead, to obtain your transcript:

1. Go to
2. Scroll down to Transcript Information to find the link to the Transcript Request form
3. Print and complete the form
4. Email the completed form to

If you need an unofficial transcript sent to you, you must include a photo ID. Official Transcripts must be mailed to the organization asking for the official transcript.  No photo ID is required for official transcripts. PISD is waiving the $1 transcript fee at this time.


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