Updated Expanded Opening Plan

  • INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL

    On Monday, April 26, students currently in Hybrid will transition to four full days of instruction, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. Wednesdays will continue to be asynchronous learning days, with some small group instruction still available. 


    INSTRUCTIONAL MODEL CHANGES

    We know many families may request a change to their child’s instructional model (to or from Distance Plus or Four Days a Week).  If you’d like to request a change for your child, please contact our front office and our team will work as quickly as possible to accommodate the changes requested. Depending on the change, some requests may not be approved.


    WEDNESDAY EXPECTATIONS

    Wednesdays will remain a day of remote learning for our students as teachers continue to update their Google Classrooms with asynchronous lessons.  Attendance is still required and will be recorded.  


    We will continue to offer the additional services on Wednesday for families who need them.  More details will follow as we look to expand these programs. 

    MEALS

    Our FREE meal services continue for all students through the remainder of the school year (and through the summer).  Distance Plus families may still go to any school location between 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. to pick up their free meals, and meals will remain available for all families on Wednesdays. For in-person students, lunches will be served, and specific school information will be communicated later. Families may still provide their child with a lunch from home if they wish. Breakfast will continue to be served.  There will be no meals served during the week of Spring Break. 


    SAFETY EXPECTATIONS

    Student and staff safety remains a top priority for the district. Please continue to review our daily attestation chart and monitor your child for any COVID-19 symptoms before sending them to school.  We will resume all of our safety and sanitizing protocols in addition to wearing masks and keeping students physically distanced (which remains at six feet for now in our state) when they are seated in the classroom as mandated by the Department of Health.  If we have any changes to our safety practices, we will inform families directly.


    THANK YOU

    Thank you so much for your incredible support and partnership this school year.  We know it has been challenging for many of our families, and we remain committed to addressing any barriers that you may face around your child’s education. Please don’t hesitate to reach out, and we look forward to seeing all of our in-person students four days a week starting Monday, April 26!