February 16 Community Update

This plan reflects procedures and protocols put in place last week and contains the most up to date information and practices taking place in our school buildings. We are consistently monitoring guidance and our local metrics to keep our community informed and safe. If additional adjustments are needed, we will be sure to send information out as soon as possible.

The Board of Education also reviewed feedback from both our staff and parents regarding the recent Emergency eLearning Days. Thank you so much for the tremendous efforts of our families and staff. The response regarding our first two days of Emergency eLearning was overwhelmingly positive, especially when we looked at attendance rates and active participation from our students.

As a district, we reflected on our practices and ultimately decided to make alterations to our Emergency eLearning Day schedule. We recognize the day and the amount of time on Zoom was long, especially while learning at home. To that, the district wants to offer additional flexibility as we make adjustments to our Emergency eLearning plan. We will continue to monitor our practices and communicate accordingly.

In the event we need to use an Emergency eLearning Day in the future, please anticipate a shortened schedule for Zoom instruction. Staff will be available throughout the school day for contact with families and students. Specific information for your child(ren) will be sent by your building administrator and teachers.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your building principal or the District Office.