2020 - 2021 School Year
Based on survey feedback and our ability to meet Department of Health requirements, our current plan for September 2020 includes a model having:
*Preschool will follow a regular schedule for their program
*Grades K - 5 will return to a full day model
*Middle and high school students will return in a A/B rotational format.
*A K-12 distance learning option will also be provided.
September 2020 will be different than last spring, but it will also be different than September 2019. There are many logistical challenges of meeting health standards/requirements that my team and I have immediately begun to process. Your child’s daily routines and procedures will look and feel different than the school we are all used to. Having them back in school, though, is a huge gift that we look forward to, even in this different looking model.
As we do this, we ask that you begin to have conversation as a family, particularly if you are wanting to register for a distance learning environment. We will be sending a communication to you the week of July 6-10 with more detailed information and directions on how to register for K-12 Distance Learning, should you decide not to return to a school campus in the fall.
This past weekend State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Chris Reykdal released the following informational video that addresses four critical areas in opening schools you may find helpful.
Thank you again for your thoughtful feedback to our survey. Below is a letter sent to families.