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Remote Learning FAQ

General Information

Remote learning is available to students in grades PK – 12 who meet at least one of the criteria established in the district’s Return to School Guidance. (See page 12 – 13)  All students participating in Remote Learning must be approved by campus administration. Please contact the BHS office at 903-583-5567 if you would like to discuss your specific situation and to determine if you meet the established criteria to begin remote learning.  Students who do not meet district criteria or who have not obtained approval by campus administration will be considered absent.

Yes, each teacher is required to hold weekly virtual tutoring sessions between 7:15 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. You can find a the days that your teachers are scheduled to have virtual tutoring. Students will need to check their school email accounts for a list of Google Meet Codes for virtual tutoring or email their teacher to get the code. Students can also email teachers to request and/or schedule additional tutoring time as needed.

Mondays: English Language Arts Tutoring 7:15 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. 

  • Amber Harvey
  • Bruce Hinchey
  • Shelby Lowrey
  • Lou Ann Tatum
  • Diane Yakel

Tuesdays: Math Tutoring 7:15 a.m. – 7:45 a.m.

  • Chris Dickson
  • Brandi Holcomb
  • Jonna Spiller
  • David Williamson
  • Jan Woodruff

Wednesdays: Social Studies & Spanish Tutoring 7:15 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. 

  • Scot Billey
  • Amanda Caldwell
  • Juan Gamboa
  • Brian Hopkins
  • Janice McMillen
  • Enrique Pachicano
  • Jeff Park
  • Tristen Robertson

Thursdays: Science & Fine Arts Tutoring 7:15 a.m. – 7:45 a.m.

  • Jasmine DeVore
  • Carol Hargadine
  • Brent Herndon
  • Justin Minzenmayer
  • Greg Mouser
  • David Story
  • Nathaniel Tubbs
  • Anna Waller
  • David Williamson

Fridays: CTE Tutoring 7:15 a.m. – 7:45 a.m. 

  • Nita Bankston
  • Jacob Brown
  • Eric Hicks
  • Stacy Hunnicutt
  • Shelby Lowrey
  • Dana Payne
  • John Ramsey
  • Dustin Shores
  • Melissa Verner

No, students do not have to be logged in at certain times throughout the day. The only time constraint is that they finish all daily attendance check-ins, assignments, and/or meet progress in their Edgenuity classes by 11:59 p.m.  There are a few exceptions however, such as scheduled tutoring and proctered tests, that must be completed at certain times. Other than the exceptions, students have the day to complete what is needed. 

You can email your student’s teachers and ask them to invite you as a guardian to their Google Classroom. Once they have added you as a guardian, you will have to go into your email and accept the invitation. Once you have accepted, you will start receiving Google Classroom Guardina Summaries. Please see the video below to find out more information about Google Classroom.


Bonham High School uses Google Classroom as the main platform for Remote Learning. All teachers are required to have a Google Classroom set up for both on campus and remote learners. For our Warrior Academy classes, Edgenutiy is the platform that is used to serve those students who are needing credit recovery or credit advancement. 

Edgenuity is the online platform that we use for credit advancement or credit recovery. We also use Edgenuity to provide alternatives to those electives that cannot be taken remotely. Students that fall in any of the categories above are served through our Warrior Academy classes. If you have a Warrior Academy class on your class schedule, then you will have one or more courses in Edgenuity that you are required to complete. You will be assigned ONE Edgenuity course per Warrior Academy period that you are enrolled. So if you have two Warrior Academy classes on your schedule, you will have two courses assigned to you through Edgenuity. 

You should always email your teachers directly through your school email account or leave a voice mail on your teachers extension. The BHS Staff Directory provides you a list of emails and voice mail extentions for all BHS teachers. 

When emailing your teachers, be sure to be specific and provide details. Use proper grammar and write in complete sentences. Avoid using texting language such as “lol” and using all caps. 

If you are having technical difficulties with your school issued Chromebook, you will need to submit a Technology Support Ticket for student devices. Once you have submitted your Technology Support Ticket, someone will contact you to assist you with your problem or schedule a time to bring yours in for repairs. 

Log into Google Classroom and go to your settings. Once there, you will be able to turn off all of your email notifications from Google Classroom. You can turn off all notifications, or you can customize which notifications you want to recieve. When you turn off all of your notification, be sure that you are checking your Google Classroom classes daily to check for any annoucements, comments, or returned assignents. See the document Turning Off Google Classroom Notifications for a how-to guide. 

To meet your daily attendance requirement in your Warrior Academy classes, you must complete all required lessons/activities for the day and have an actual grade of 70 or better by 11:59 p.m. If you have completed all lessons/activities for the day but have an actual grade of below 70, then you must email your Warrior Academy teacher to request an opportunity to redo an assignment. See the document Edgenuity Attendance Requirements for a how-to guide.

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