During the September 10, Board Meeting, Dr. Stoltz and Dr. Whye shared details about the District's Revised Phased Reopening Plans for 2020-2021 school year.
HIGH SCHOOL UPDATE
In response to our update on the phased reopening of schools last evening, we have received many comments and feedback about the options for high school students. More specifically, students and families have expressed interest in continuing with Distance Learning 2.0, just as grades K-8. We’ve heard your feedback and are reviewing our ability to provide that, even in limited circumstances. As Dr. Stoltz mentioned last evening, teacher certification is a primary issue in being able to deliver a continued Distance Learning 2.0 option. Like the other grade levels, if we were able to do anything in this regard, it would likely create schedule disruptions for teachers and students. With that said, we appreciate that families are seeking an option that keeps them connected to the District.
In the coming days, we will provide details on how to share your commitment to Option 1 and Option 2, but also your preference for a third option to remain in Distance Learning 2.0 if it were available. That data will help us better access District interest in that as a possible third option for high school families. Thank you.
To clarify, on October 13 when our kindergarten students return, they will be following a half day schedule with morning and afternoon kindergarten classes.
For families who would like to utilize the website's translation feature. The link below provides the text only from last night's presentation on the reopening options.