Teaching & Learning will look different. And families have options.
Beginning in January 2021, families have the option to send their child to school for onsite instruction, keep their child home to “Zoom In” to their traditional classroom or enroll in Cyber Pathways Academy for a full cyber learning program. Most students in grades K-8 may attend school onsite full day, five days per week, if they choose. High school students will attend on a hybrid schedule.
We are committed to the health and welfare of our students and staff.
Working together, by monitoring ourselves and our children for illness and responding quickly to isolate potential COVID-19 cases, we can keep each other safe and minimize disruptions to learning.
We're enhancing our disinfecting and cleaning protocols everywhere.
Providing peace of mind is vital as we return to our buildings. That’s why cleaning our schools is a top priority. We’ve increased our custodial staff and brought in new cleaning technology to remove dirt, dust and germs from surfaces in our schools. Plus, we’re limiting visitors and monitoring contacts every day.
We are ready to adjust our plan, when needed.
We remain hopeful there will soon be a time when we can bring all students back, all day. Our teachers are ready to implement a hybrid, or “blended” model of instruction. And they will continue to refine and improve online learning. We are committed to maintaining a high level of instruction.
SDoL Back to School Plan - UPDATED Jan. 2021
Appendix D - Supplemental Health and Safety Guidance - Marching Band
Appendix E - Supplemental Health and Safety Guidance - Athletics
Attestation Ensuring Implementation of Mitigation Efforts