COVID-19 Update From Superintendent Reynolds (November 19, 2020)

  • Our district’s data indicates that COVID-19 cases in our community continue to increase. In the video below, Superintendent, Dr. Reynolds, shares what this means for the district and some of the steps we can all take to keep our schools open.

     

     

     

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  • Why are there changes in the spring?

  • Is virtual instruction an option for all students?

  • Why were students asked to decide before the start of the semester?

  • Can I change my choice?

  • If I choose in-person but then must quarantine or isolate, how will I receive instruction?

  • If I am in high school and have chosen virtual instruction, when should I expect to hear from my guidance counselor on my spring class schedule?

  • What will spring look like if I have a child in elementary school and we choose virtual instruction?

  • If my elementary school child is doing virtual instruction now and will remain there, will they have the same teacher in the spring?

  • What will spring look like if I have a child in high school and we choose virtual instruction?

  • Can high school students take one course in person and the rest online?

  • What will attendance look like for high school in a virtual environment?


  • Current reopening stage is stage four  

    Full Implementation of My School, My Way

     
    PROGRAM ACTIVITY

    Kindergarten - Second Grade (grade levels considered most vulnerable)

    Daily Classroom Instruction or Full-Time Virtual Depending on Parent Choice
    Third - Eighth Grade Daily Classroom Instruction or Full-Time Virtual Depending on Parent Choice
    High School Daily Classroom Instruction or Full-Time Virtual Depending on Parent Choice







Last Modified on November 20, 2020