Hybrid Learning FAQ

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Kindergarten, first and second grade students

Third, fourth and fifth grade students

Middle and high school students

Health and safety

Bus service

School cleaning procedures

General hybrid learning questions

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Technology and Laptop Frequently Asked Questions

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Remote to Hybrid to In-Person: Learning Pathway

Remote Learning:

  • Remote Learning takes place at-home with the support and instruction of the teacher.
  • Some learning will take place through Schoology, and other learning will be prompted by assignments and information from educators. It includes a mix of real-time and self-paced learning focused on priority standards.
  • A very limited number of students are on campus learning, based on State Guidance.

Hybrid Learning: 

  • Students transition into on campus, face-to-face, learning through a phased approach based on state guidance. Some learning continues remotely at home.

Full Face-to-Face Learning:

  • Full onsite learning in the traditional classroom that also includes interactions offline and within Schoology through a blended learning approach.