Understanding that some parents may not feel comfortable with their child returning to campus in August for in-person learning, we're offering an optional distance learning plan for students to continue learning from home.
While each division and teacher are given some latitude to develop their own plans for each class, like in the distance learning plan, they will all follow their typical school day as much as possible. This option includes cameras in classrooms that allow students to be present virtually and posting assignments for students online.
This option is available if your child isn't able to attend in person, or your family doesn't feel comfortable with attending classes on-campus. This decision to take advantage of the distance learning option can be made at any time. Families that will be moving to distance learning are asked to notify their division office as soon as possible.
Once your family decides to return to campus, please give your division office a week's notice. This will ensure social distancing and other procedures can be prepared for the increased number of students on campus.
While we still approach the upcoming school year prepared to welcome all of our students to campus, this online optional plan gives families the ability to stay within their own comfort level while assuring their child's education is not interrupted.
As of August 17, A total of 246 students out of 779 (31.57) have chosen to opt into online learning.