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School is an integral activity in the lives of children. A child attends school to gain knowledge and to connect with peers. Developing these social and academic ties provides opportunities to gain experiences and skills that are essential to their emotional and cognitive development.
The goal of the Patient Education Program at Texas’s Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center is to help patients and families navigate the educational challenges associated with pediatric cancer. Through collaboration with families, school staff, and medical teams, we work to identify needs and supports that will improve each patient’s educational experience.
- School Advocacy
- School Reintergration
- Inpatient HISD Hospital School
- Inpatient Tutoring and Academic Support
2023 Back to School Assistance
Asistencia para el Regreso a Clases
Steps to Follow When Talking to the School
Pasos a Seguir al Hablar con la Escuela
Apoyos Educativos Disponibles para Pacientes
Servicios a Domicilio
School Enrollment Information
Informacion de Inscripcion Escolar
HISD School Program at Texas Children's
HISD Programa Escolar en Texas Children's
Children's Oncology Group - Learning Problems After Treatment
Meet our School Coordinators
Lindsey Heinzman, MEd
She received a master’s degree in school counseling at the University of St. Thomas and a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies at Texas A&M University. Lindsey has 20 years of experience in public education, as a middle and high school counselor, math teacher and volleyball coach.
Ashley Matthews, MEd
She received her master's degree in curriculum and instruction at the University of Missouri and a bachelor's degree in education at Dallas Baptist University. Ashley has over 10 years of experience in public and private education as an administrator, middle school and high school history teacher, and soccer coach.
Kennedy Stacy, MBA
She received her MBA in healthcare administration at Lamar University and a bachelor's degree in community health at The University of Texas at San Antonio. Kennedy has 5 years of public education experience as a special education teacher, case manager, math interventionist, and a volleyball and basketball coach at both a high school and elementary level.