Program Services, Electives, Other Activities, Afterschool Program

  • Whether enrolled in face-to-face or remote instruction, the needs of all students will continue to be a priority.  Students who receive targeted support, specialized instruction, or specific services will continue to receive quality instructional supports. Access information on remote learning support below.

    Special Programs

    Program Participation and Services

    Students currently participating in special program services, e.g., special education, 504, Bilingual/ESL, Gifted and Talented, etc., will continue to receive services whether through face-to-face or remote learning. Parent meetings may be held using virtual meeting platforms.

    Evaluations and Testing

    District protocols have been established to evaluate students who have been referred for special programs. Social distancing and/or personal protective equipment (PPE) will be used, as appropriate.

    Special Education Needs Students From more information, review the documents below:

    Electives, Specials Rotations, Recess

    Electives & Other Programs

    Details are being developed for electives/programs that include hands-on experiences or require close contact, such as CTE courses, band, or cheer.  Each course will be reviewed individually to ensure that social distancing and sanitation requirements are established and communicated prior to the beginning of school.  

    Extracurricular Programs

    Each program will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis to determine implementation guidelines. Program sponsors will provide information to students and parents/families as information is available. Extracurricular activities/clubs will also be available for remote learners.

    Specials Rotations (Elementary)

    Physical education (PE) and music will be offered asynchronously.  P.E. class sizes will be reduced and activities will be held outdoors whenever possible.  Other specials rotations such as Music or Technology will occur in the student’s classroom to the extent possible.  All equipment and technology devices/keyboards will be sanitized and wiped down after each use.  Details are being developed for all specials rotations to ensure the curriculum aligns with the TEKS course expectations for both face-to-face and remote learning programs.

    Recess (Elementary)

    Campuses will limit the number of students per recess group.  Students and staff will be required to sanitize their hands before and after recess activities.  Limited access to playground structures will be enforced.  While outdoors and distanced, students may take “mask breaks” as needed.

    After-School Program

    Adventure Club Adventure Club will be available for our Judson ISD families.  Registration is now open and can be completed online through  This program will follow the same sanitation and social distancing requirements established during the regular instructional day.