HSoC Weekly Update November 16 - 20

Who will be the next graduate?

Ten Students Recognized as completers!

To date, HSoC has ten (10) students that are classified as completers. Completers meaning, A student has completed high school but didn't meet all requirements for graduation. We are proud to say that in the very near future those nine will become High School Graduates! Meaning a student has met all state ad local requirements for graduation ( E.O.C. Exams, Course completion, CPR, Interaction with Police Training, and All classes passed).

We want to remind all completers we have and will continue to prepare you for graduation by cultivating the various avenues for graduation. Completers still need to take and pass an E.O.C. ( End of Course) Examination. We prepare all students for this by ensuring we cover all the bases up front.

Students still need to complete the following:

1. Attend required tutoring with a teacher

2. Complete the assigned Tutorial in Apex

3. Complete a released ( released meaning no longer in use) E.O.C. Exam

4. Take the appropriate E.O.C. Exam in December.

Note: Remember the first three items on the list cover you in case you do not experience success on the actual exam in December. Completing these items allows you an alternate way to graduate n case you have difficulty in not meeting the standard on the appropriate E.O.C. Exam. ( It's called Senate Bill 463) which allows a student to still graduate if they have met the alternative requirements established by the district.

We have several students that could and should graduate prior to Christmas Break and actually a couple that should graduate prior to Thanksgiving Break. - KEEP GRINDING!

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Success Stories

Brief Interviews with Successful Students that

have come through HSoC, Graduated, and Moved on!

WISD Health Reminders

Dear WISD Parents & Guardians, and Students

It is vital that we do everything possible to keep the spread of illness in our schools at a minimum. The most important step is to keep face coverings in place and to practice social distancing whenever possible while at school to minimize potential viral spread.

If you experience fever, chills, cough, difficulty breathing, fatigue, body aches, headache, loss of taste/smell, sore throat, drainage or congestion, or nausea/vomiting/diarrhea. These are all possible symptoms of the COVID-19 virus, as well as other communicable illnesses.

Complete the following form if your student exhibits any of the above symptoms.


If you have any questions about your student’s health and/or school attendance issues regarding health, please do not hesitate to contact us. Let’s work together to keep our WISD schools as safe and healthy as possible.​​​​​​​


Dr. Benskin