May 2020
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Per Governor Abbott's statewide order, Pearland ISD along with all Texas schools, will continue with remote learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year. As scheduled on our district calendar, the last day of school for Pearland ISD will be May 21. The free Grab & Go Meals will continue to be distributed through May 21. Distribution is Monday - Friday from 11 am to 12:30 pm at Carleston, Lawhon and PACE.  More
Thank you, Teachers!
Celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week with Pearland ISD 

We love our teachers! How about you? During Teacher Appreciation Week May 4-8, watch the district social media for ways to celebrate and honor the dedication of our teachers.
Pearland ISD has developed a plan for collecting district property (textbooks, library books, athletic items, fine arts items, etc.), as well as for parents/students to retrieve any personal items left at the campus. Additional follow-up communication and details will be sent out by our school principalsMore
Help celebrate our seniors! 
During the week of May 18-22, Pearland ISD will be celebrating the class of 2020 through lots of fun posts and heartfelt messages on social media. 

Join in the excitement on the Pearland ISD Facebook page and help us honor our seniors with a celebration never seen before!
Senior Cap & Gown Pick-Up
Pearland ISD and Balfour will be conducting a drive-through pick up for caps and gowns at each high school, between May 5-7.

In order for us to adhere to social distancing guidelines, all seniors or parents of seniors planning to pick up caps and gowns are asked to form a car line in the designated areas of each school building according to district instructions.

See schedule and instructions for pick-up here.
Mental Health Awareness Month 

May is Mental Health Awareness Month.
And now, more than ever, no one should feel alone or without access to the support or help they need. 

Help is available. Here are a few resources:
NAMI Gulf Coast Helpline: 800-950-6264
National Textline: Text CONNECT to 741741
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8255
Gulf Coast Center 24 Hour Crisis: 866-729-3848
SAMHSA's National Helpline: 1-800-662-HELP (4357)

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