In-person Instruction

  • On Monday, December 14 the Board of Education approved the return to in-person school for students whose families want that option. Beginning Tuesday, January 19 through Monday, February 1, schools will begin to phase in students who choose to return to in-person instruction. Elementary schools will open first, followed by middle schools, and then high schools.

    With the return of in-person instruction for any student who wishes to attend, the in-person/remote learning option is now an in-person instruction option and a remote instruction option.

Phase In Schedule

  • A return to optional in-person instruction, five days a week, will be phased in on the following timeline:

    January 19: Elementary & K-8

    January 25: Middle Schools

    February 1: High Schools

     

In-Person Instruction

    • Students stay enrolled in their current school

    • Elementary students learn in school 5 days each week, 5 hours per day.

    • Secondary students learn in school, 5 days a week, 5.5 hours per day. Some flexibility for individual in-person/remote schedules.

    • Students must wear a mask at all times, except when eating. Social distancing and increased safety procedures, including contact tracing, will be followed to the best of the schools' ability.
       
    • Transportation provided and meals available at school.

    • Students are required to stay home if they exhibit signs of illness associated with COVID-19.

    • Students are required to quarantine if they are a close contact of someone who tested positive for COVID-19.

     

Remote Instruction

    • Students stay enrolled in their current school

    • Elementary and Secondary students learn from home 5 days each week.

    • Instruction is a blend of prepared packets, synchronous on-line lessons, and asynchronous pre-recorded lessons. Remote learning may look different from school-to-school and across grade levels. Please look for detailed information from your child’s school.

    • Social distancing and safety procedures happen in the student's setting.

    • Meals available for pick-up at designated locations.

    • Students may continue with remote instruction or may return to in-person instruction at any time the family is comfortable.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Will there be school between January 6 and January 19?

  • How do I let my school know what option I want for my student(s)?

  • How will in-person instruction be phased in?

  • Do I have to send my student back to in-person school?

  • Will I have to sign a waiver for my student to attend in-person school?

  • What safety measures will be followed?

  • What does this mean for my student who attends a charter school?

  • What does this mean for sports?

  • What does this mean for clubs and activities?

  • Will in-person and remote instruction be five days a week?

  • Will schools on the military installations look different than schools off-base or off-post?

  • What about graduations?

Last Modified on December 21, 2020