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Texas Education Agency (TEA) has established a telephone hotline for parents in the Beaumont, Houston, Corpus Christi and Victoria areas to receive information regarding public education for students affected by Hurricane Harvey.

 

Parents can get information on public education options for their student by calling (512) 463-9603. The hotline is designed to assist families with questions about where to enroll children in school. They are staffed from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day, including weekends.

 

TEA Website Resources Related to Hurricane Recovery

 

Hurricane Harvey Resources for Parents

http://tea.texas.gov/HarveyParentResources/

 

Dealing with Disasters: Frequently Asked Questions

http://tea.texas.gov/About_TEA/Other_Services/Weather_and_Disaster/Dealing_with_Disasters__Frequently_Asked_Questions/

 

Hurricane Harvey Resources for School Systems

http://tea.texas.gov/HarveyResources/

 

Regional Education Service Centers

Following Hurricane Harvey, many of our school districts along the Texas coast are in the recovery phase even as they work to educate the children in their communities. Please refer to the list of regional Education Service Centers in the areas most affected:

Region 2 Education Service Center (Corpus Christi): http://www.esc2.net/harvey.asp

Region 3 Education Service Center (Victoria): https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfERmpGfwSvSxjUJCaEQx651P0dcWKHUJRUxAScePyTMGtoaQ/viewform

Region 4 Education Service Center (Houston): Support 4 Our Schools

Region 5 Education Service Center (Beaumont): https://www.bmtisd.com/Page/4853

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