If your family has signed up for distance learning you will receive information on who your child’s teacher is by the end of day Monday, August 31.
Students in grades K-5 who wish to attend in person will be divided into a Group A and a Group B. This will allow us to meet the health and safety standard of students six feet apart when in their classroom. Each group will attend two days a week and do distance learning three days a week.
Students in grades 6-8 will move to distance learning with support. This means NO in person Wednesday classes. The vast majority of students will do all distance learning. “With support” means:
– All special education students’ IEPs will be reviewed by IEP teams to ensure students’ needs are being met. Parents/guardians are part of this team. With questions on this you can reach out to Nicole Kedrowski, our assistant special education coordinator at nicole.kedrowski@
— All students 504 plans will be reviewed to make any needed distance learning accommodations. With questions about this you can reach out to Dr. Jennifer Fuchs, Principal, at jennifer.fuchs@
— If your student is not on an IEP or 504 plan but you have particular concerns about their needs in a distance learning model we want to work with you to meet those needs. Please reach out to our Junior Academy Dean of Students, marc.wickstrom@