Additional Support: Fort Bend ISD Learning Centers

  • Schools as Learning Centers

    In order to support student’s online learning success, Fort Bend ISD has developed a conceptual framework for Learning Centers that will help serve students with unique needs, with priority given to staff, first responders, essential medical workers and active US Military. The need for internet connectivity during the instructional day and the need for adult supervision during the instructional day will also be factored in determining placement to the centers.

    To staff these centers, Fort Bend ISD plans to hire and redirect non-instructional staff to monitor students. FBISD will strategically locate these centers to serve the needs of staff and the community.

    FBISD will also continue to offer Extended Learning prior to the start and end of the school day at the Learning Center sites for those families who are interested in participating.


    Learning Center Locations for Grades PreK-5 by Feeder Pattern

    Austin HS Feeder – Walker Station Elementary

    Bush HS Feeder – Patterson Elementary

    Clements HS Feeder – Settlers Way Elementary

    Dulles HS Feeder – Dulles Elementary

    Elkins HS Feeder – Sullivan Elementary

    Hightower HS Feeder – Palmer Elementary

    Kempner HS Feeder – Drabek Elementary

    Marshall HS Feeder – Armstrong Elementary

    Ridge Point HS Feeder – Sienna Crossing Elementary & Schiff Elementary

    Travis HS Feeder – Pecan Grove Elementary & Neill Elementary

    Willowridge HS Feeder – Blue Ridge Elementary

    All FBISD secondary campuses will have a Learning Center on site with a few exceptions due to construction being completed and other factors. The secondary campuses who do not have a Learning Center are:

    • Dulles Middle School
    • Fort Settlement Middle School
    • James Reese CTE Center
    • Kempner High School
    • Progressive High School

    For the campuses listed above who do not have a Learning Center, we will work to seat these students at the closest campus- which is usually the middle school or high school in the feeder pattern.

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  • Private Childcare Centers

    • Potential partnership to provide professional learning to enable support of student online learning
    • Possible staff support to monitor effectiveness of online engagement

    FBISD Partnerships with Private Childcare Centers

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Learning Centers

  • What is the purpose of a Fort Bend ISD Learning Center?

  • How is Fort Bend ISD determining who is eligible to attend a Learning Center?

  • How do I register my child at a Learning Center?

  • Will there be a Learning Center at every Fort Bend ISD campus?

  • How will the selection of the Learning Centers be determined?

  • When will Learning Center locations be announced?

  • What are the hours of the Learning Centers and when do they begin serving students?

  • Will the campus principal oversee the Learning Center?

  • Will attendance be taken at the Learning Centers?

  • What are the technology requirements for students at a Learning Center?

  • What are the school supplies and materials requirements for students at a Learning Center?

  • Who oversees handling student discipline and contacting parents?

  • Is there before and after school care at the Learning Centers? How do I register?

  • Will staff have to pay for the cost of child care if they are unable to make it from their campus/location of employment to pick up their child?

  • How are the district Learning Centers addressing the September 7 holiday and September 18 early release for elementary students?

  • What will a typical daily schedule for a student at a Learning Center look like?

  • Are meals provided at Learning Centers?

  • Safety: What safety guidelines will be followed at the Learning Centers?

  • Safety: Will there be a nurse on site at the Learning Centers?

  • Safety: What happens if a student or staff member shows symptoms?

  • Safety: Will crossing guards be present at the Learning Centers if my child walks to school?

  • Transportation: Is transportation available for students who attend a Learning Center?

  • Transportation: If my child is selected to have a seat at a Learning Center and they have a driver’s license, can they drive to school?

  • Transportation: If I am notified that my child has a seat at a Learning Center, can I select a Learning Center that is not in my feeder pattern?

  • Transportation: While the Learning Center concept is open, do I have the option to move my child from one Learning Center to another?

  • How long does the District expect the Learning Centers to remain open?

  • My child has unique needs such as a food allergy or 504 accommodations. If selected to attend a Learning Center, how will that be addressed?

  • If my child is not selected for the Learning Center, are there other options of support available?

  • What are the expectations for these partnerships?

  • Who do I contact if I have questions about the Learning Centers that are not addressed on the FAQ?