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The Hurst-Euless-Bedford School District educates a wide demographic range of students while collaborating closely with businesses and other community organizations to lift up at-risk children toward success.

The Hurst-Euless-Bedford School District educates a wide demographic range of students while collaborating closely with businesses and other community organizations to lift up at-risk children toward success.

KEYS HIGH SCHOOL

KEYS offers the opportunity for “at-risk” students to complete required coursework needed for high school graduation. Individualized instruction and a quality, caring staff are the keynotes to this approach.

KEYS HIGH SCHOOL

KEYS offers the opportunity for “at-risk” students to complete required coursework needed for high school graduation. Individualized instruction and a quality, caring staff are the keynotes to this approach.

HEB ISD SUMMER READING PROGRAM

The school district developed a summer reading program in the summer of 2016 to increase reading results with all children including “at-risk” children in their district.

  • HEB ISD has an annual enrollment of approximately 23,000 students.

  • 18% of families speak a language other than English in the home, with over eighty (80) languages spoken by HEB ISD students and their families.

  • 17 of 20 elementary schools are Title 1 Schools (families making below the federally-defined poverty level).

  • 42% of elementary students are identified as “at-risk.”

  • HEB ISD partnered with the cities of Hurst, Euless and Bedford, to create a consolidated summer reading program.

  • City public libraries have created outreach programs in these neighborhoods, utilizing elementary school campus libraries and neighborhood community centers.

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Campus Participation
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Books Donated
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Children Participating
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Minutes Read in 2017

HEB ISD SUMMER READING PROGRAM

The school district developed a summer reading program in the summer of 2016 to increase reading results with all children including “at-risk” children in their district.

  • HEB ISD has an annual enrollment of approximately 23,000 students.

  • 18% of families speak a language other than English in the home, with over eighty (80) languages spoken by HEB ISD students and their families.

  • 17 of 20 elementary schools are Title 1 Schools (families making below the federally-defined poverty level).

  • 42% of elementary students are identified as “at-risk.”

  • HEB ISD partnered with the cities of Hurst, Euless and Bedford, to create a consolidated summer reading program.

  • City public libraries have created outreach programs in these neighborhoods, utilizing elementary school campus libraries and neighborhood community centers.

0%
Campus Participation
0
Books Donated
0
Children Participating
0
Minutes Read in 2017

AT-RISK ELEMENTARY CHILDREN’S INITIATIVES

HEB ISD Staff and Teachers partner with local community organizations and businesses to increase success opportunities for At-Risk children.

AT-RISK ELEMENTARY CHILDREN’S INITIATIVES

HEB ISD Staff and Teachers partner with local community organizations and businesses to increase success opportunities for At-Risk children.

ADOPT-A-SCHOOL

HEB ISD collaborates with local businesses, community groups, churches and individuals to enhance student achievement in the entire district, helping their “at-risk” children achieve success.

  • Business Perks or Discounts (special services and/or discounts).

  • Student Incentives (awards, food coupons, prizes for students).

  • Fundraising Items/Opportunities (auction items, school spirit nights, event helps).

  • Mentoring/Teaching (volunteers, speakers, tutors, advisers).

  • Donations/In-Kind Goods (school supplies, teacher supplies, food, tangible gifts).

  • Monetary Donations/Grants/Scholarships (sponsorships).

ADOPT-A-SCHOOL

HEB ISD collaborates with local businesses, community groups, churches and individuals to enhance student achievement in the entire district, helping their “at-risk” children achieve success.

  • Business Perks or Discounts (special services and/or discounts).

  • Student Incentives (awards, food coupons, prizes for students).

  • Fundraising Items/Opportunities (auction items, school spirit nights, event helps).

  • Mentoring/Teaching (volunteers, speakers, tutors, advisers).

  • Donations/In-Kind Goods (school supplies, teacher supplies, food, tangible gifts).

  • Monetary Donations/Grants/Scholarships (sponsorships).

To learn more about the Adopt-A-School Program or how to contribute to helping “at-risk” children, please contact Mariana Royer at 817-399-2038 or marianaroyer@hebisd.edu.

To learn more about the Adopt-A-School Program or how to contribute to helping “at-risk” children, please contact Mariana Royer at 817-399-2038 or marianaroyer@hebisd.edu.