• Face-to-Face Learning

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  • Students and teachers will attend class in-person, five days a week (elementary and middle school), with additional safety measures in alignment with state and federal guidelines and recommendations. In this setting, teachers will provide face-to-face instruction, learning resources and support utilizing Google Classroom.

    In grades 10-12 (high school and senior high) All high school and senior high students, regardless of the learning environment they have chosen, are participating in a hybrid schedule. Students that have chosen to attend school in the face-to-face learning environment are assigned learning cohorts and attend in person two days a week. (Read Superintendent Bonser's update to high/senior high school families dated November 16, 2020.)

    Face-to-Face Learning Overview

    • Teachers will plan instruction that is easily transferable from face-to-face to remote in the event of a temporary school closure due to COVID spread.
    • Students who attend face-to-face instruction will be scheduled into the courses they selected last spring during course selection. 
    • All courses will be offered in both settings.
    • Social distancing requirements will be implemented to the greatest degree possible.
    • District-directed and campus-designed safety procedures will be implemented. 
    • All staff and students will receive training on safety and health protocols consistent with TEA, the District and CDC guidance in the areas of:
      • Health screenings and use of personal protective equipment 
      • Classroom and campus social-distancing including the plans for the design and layout of classrooms, grouping of students, use of common areas such as bathrooms, water fountains, lockers, clinics, playgrounds, cafeterias, gyms, library, art room, music room, etc., as well as classroom transitions and use of hallways 
      • Reducing touch points and increased cleaning
      • Cleaning and disinfecting of classrooms and other areas
      • Arrival and dismissal procedures
      • Campus visitor policies and school events
  • Return to School Plan / Plan de retorno a clases