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    School Day Changes April 5-7 for Some Students
    Posted on 03/31/2021

     

    School Day Changes for Students in Grades 6-12

    On April 5, 6, and 7, all general education students in grades 6-12 will be learning asynchronous (learning independently on planned learning activities) so that teachers can take training and prepare for the return of students on April 19.

    Educators will begin health and safety trainings and preparing classrooms for students. During the days the educators are in training, there will be no live instruction.

    Students in grades 6-12 will return to remote learning on Thursday and Friday, April 8-9.

    As a reminder, spring break for students is April 12-16.

    6-12 Asynchronous Activities

    The Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction Department has developed the activities below for your student to participate in at home asynchronously while educators are preparing their classrooms for in-person instruction.

     

    School Day Changes for Elementary and Students in an Intensive Service Pathway March 29-31

    All K-5 grade students and 6-12th grade students enrolled in an Intensive Service Pathway will be learning asynchronous (learning independently on planned learning activities) on March 29, 30, and 31 so that teachers can take training and prepare for the return of students on April 5.

    Educators will begin health and safety trainings and preparing classrooms for students. During the days the educators are in training, they will be unable to hold class remotely.

    Students in grades 6-12 will return to remote learning on Thursday and Friday, April 8-9.

    K-5 Asynchronous Activities

    The Curriculum, Assessment, and Instruction Department has developed the activities below for your student to participate in at home asynchronously while educators are preparing their classrooms for in-person instruction.

    Students enrolled in an Intensive Service Pathway, which include SEL, Moderate Intensive, Focus, Distinct, and Medically Fragile pathways, will be provided materials from their teacher.