Learning At Home

McGregor ISD is committed to providing instructional support to allow our students to continue learning while they are away from school. Our teachers and instructional staff have been working diligently behind the scenes to plan and organize instruction for our students. We understand this may be a challenging situation for our students and their families. Please know we are here to support you.  If you have questions about your student’s instructional activities, please reach out to your student’s teacher(s) and/or principal.  You may also email tech@mcgregor-isd.org and your question will be routed to the appropriate person.

Teachers are communicating with students and parents directly regarding the at-home learning process.  Special Education representatives will be in touch with families for continuation of services. Click on your child's campus below to access assignments and online resources.

Primary   Elementary
Jr. High   High School


Parent Guide to Using Google Classroom

Take a Virtual Field Trip!
Experience the Mayborn Museum at home
Virtual programs from the Texas Wildlife Association
Tour Yellowstone National Park
Tour 33 National Parks
See the real surface of Mars
See the live cams of San Diego Zoo animals
Visit The Louvre in France to see works of art

Read, read, read!
Join children's authors read their books and conduct activities
Download eBooks from MISD's Follett Destiny library
Read at Raz-Kids for free
Read books at Epic for free (kids 12 and under)
ReadWorks.org - Reading comprehension instruction that works
Scholastic Learn at Home
Unite for Literacy
Accelerated Reader

Heart of Texas Coop Speech and Language Services
Letter from Speech and Language Team

Resources for students receiving Speech and Language services:

Several Internet service providers are offering programs for families.  To find those offerings, visit EveryoneOn.org.

Spectrum has announced help for free Internet access to qualifying families for 60 days (
https://bit.ly/2wcbj2i). Wireless carriers such as AT&T, Verizon, etc. have plans to assist families as well (https://nbcnews.to/2TWZl5H).  You will need to contact these companies if you are interested in their program offerings.  If you are having internet access issues, you will need to contact the internet provider, not MISD.

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