The conditions surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic are continually evolving, and Millsap ISD’s Safe Return-to-School plans will be constantly evaluated to adapt to the continuing trends of the COVID-19 virus, especially in Parker County.
Millsap ISD will follow recommendations for school opening and operation from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), the Texas Education Agency, as well as state and local health officials. Circumstances related to COVID-19 may change throughout the coming school year, and this document will be updated as conditions change.
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- Community Support
Social Emotional and Mental Health Support Systems
Millsap ISD will address the mental health and social-emotional development of all students and staff by following best practices in the areas of:
- School-based mental health services
- Behavioral support systems
- Family engagement and support practices
- Staff supports
Counseling support will be accessible to both In-Person and At-Home learners.
Millsap ISD partners with Pecan Valley and FEMA in order to provide expanded services at minimal or no cost to parents. This information will be distributed at the start of school.
Millsap ISD seeks to provide families with clear and concise communication through:
- School Messenger system
- Social Media
- District Website
- District Newsletters
- District Digital Sign
- Parent Portal
- Millsap ISD App
- Parents will receive emails from Millsap ISD, sent through the School Messenger system. Email addresses will be collected from the TXEIS Student Information System.
- Campuses will share campus-specific information with parents via email, newsletters, and other campus communication tools.
- Regular updates will be posted on Millsap ISD’s social media channels (Facebook and Twitter).