In-Person Support FAQ
What is Education in Action?
Education in Action is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to empowering young people to be informed and active leaders in their communities. Education in Action supports the Lone Star Leadership Academy, Discover Texas Field Trips and the North Texas Enrichment Center.
What is the North Texas Enrichment Center?
The North Texas Enrichment Center was created to support students, parents, and educators through In-Person Support for Remote Public School Learning, Homeschool Enrichment Classes, After School Enrichment Classes and Tutoring.
How does "In-Person Support for Public School Remote Learning" work?
This program provides support to parents who choose their school’s remote learning option but may have other responsibilities to handle simultaneously. NTEC facilitators oversee daily remote learning and provide feedback to parents, while students have the opportunity to socialize and participate in recess in a safe small-group setting.
Does my child need to bring his/her own computer?
Yes. We ask that each student bring their own computer and headphones. Students may leave their computers and headphones at NTEC overnight. If you do not have a computer for the student to bring, we ask that you check out a computer from your school district. North Texas Enrichment Center has a limited number of computers available in the event a student is unable to bring their own. Each student, however, must bring their own headphones.
How many students are in a group?
Students are grouped according to grade level with a maximum of 10 students per group.
Will my student wear a mask?
Yes but not all day. Students are required to wear a mask upon arrival, dismissal and in transitions to another location in the building. Students will not be required to wear masks in the classroom, at recess, or during snack and lunch. Staff will wear masks all day.
Who are the adult staff members?
Student/staff member ratio is 10:1. Staff members consist of Education in Action's Discover Texas Field Trips Directors as well as certified teachers that are permanent staff members of Education in Action. Each year Education in Action conducts a background check on all adult staff members prior to the school and summer programs. Bios are found here: Meet the Teachers
Are students supervised at all times?
Yes. The schedule is very structured and at no time are students unsupervised.
Is there a dress code?
Yes. Keller ISD dress code is expected. No hats in the building.
Are student cell phones permitted?
Student cell phones are not permitted in classrooms or at anytime throughout the day. Students cell phones in backpacks need to remain in their backpacks throughout the day.
Are updates provided to parents throughout the week?
Yes. Parents are updated every Friday concerning their student's classwork and behavior.
How does drop off/pick up work?
Due to COVID-19, staff members are the only adults allowed in the building. Parents drop their students off in the circle drive between 7:45am-8:00am and pick-up in the circle drive between 3:30pm-3:45pm. Students must wear a mask upon arrival and during dismissal.
Can my child be in the same group as a friend?
Yes. During registration you will be given an opportunity to request the same grouping as a friend. Note: If friends are in different age groups, this will need to be discussed. Private groups are allowed if friends and family make up a group of ten.
Will my student need to bring their own food?
Yes. Your student needs to bring a water bottle, two snacks, and a lunch. Refrigerators and microwaves are available for student use; an adult will be available to help prepare lunch.
Are there any scholarships or discounts?
At this time, we do not offer scholarships or discounts for NTEC programs.
Still have questions?
If you still have questions, please contact Jennifer Pasteur, Education in Action Executive Director, at 817-562-4957 ext.102 or email@example.com.