• Remote Conferencing (RC)

    Socorro ISD will be offering remote conferencing to eligible students. Remote conferencing is remote instruction where students off campus are able to virtually participate in classes.

    Students must meet at least one of the following conditions:

    • The student’s temporary medical condition is documented by a physician licensed to practice in the United States. The documentation must include a statement from the physician that the student is to remain confined to their home or to a hospital. A timeframe should be included; OR
    • The student is being excluded from on campus attendance because of a test result, formal diagnosis, or suspicion of having a communicable condition, as outlined in 25 TAC §97.7, and the conditions for readmission outlined therein have not yet been met; OR
    • The student has been identified as a close contact for COVID-19 either by public health, by the school, or by the parent; AND
    • The total amount of remote conferencing instruction does not exceed more than 20 instructional days over the entirety of the school year.

    The approved remote conferencing provider is Proximity Learning. During a student's quarantine period, Proximity Learning will meet with students daily for remote conferencing instruction to ensure students receives quality instruction though they are not able to attend school.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does a student get access to Proximity for Remote Conferencing?

  • How does a student log-in to Proximity?

  • How does a student access all of the content-area courses?

  • How will attendance be taken?

  • How will attendance be recorded for electives courses at the secondary level?

  • What is the daily schedule for Remote Conferencing?

  • How will special education students be served through Proximity Remote Conferencing?

  • How will students receive grades while enrolled in Remote Conferencing?

  • How will district testing be administered while a child is enrolled in Remote Conferencing?

  • What happens when a student returns to campus after their quarantine?

  • Is the campus responsible for informing parents and students?

  • Who do I contact with additional questions?