On Site Instruction


  • Curriculum 

    • Essential Standards Taught
    • Course/Content Offerings the same

     

    Instruction

    • Face to face teacher facilitated 
    • Whole/small group instruction
    • Elementary Art, Music, PE, and GT instruction will remain the same.
    • Secondary performance based courses will remain the same. (i.e. oral communication, keyboarding, choir, etc.)

     

    Assessment

    • Grading will be the same as in previous years for all grades.

     

    Intervention

    • Intervention will be provided for all students per normal building procedures.
    • Tier III dyslexia interventions will remain the same as previously conducted in accordance with program fidelity requirements. 

     

    Supplies/Equipment

    • Each student will be issued a chromebook for use at home if rolling closures occur.
    • Each family will be provided internet access to access student learning.
    • Parents provide school supplies as per usual.
    • Student supplies are kept separate for individual use only. 

     

    Special Services 

    • Special Education will reflect the service delivery, materials, and methods that we  have previously known and implemented. 
    • All instruction will be delivered to allow students with disabilities access and to progress in public education.
    • For onsite instruction, facemasks will be required for all staff and all students grades 5-12 whenever a distance of 6 feet cannot be maintained.

     

    • All staff and students in grades 5-12 will be required to wear masks anytime they are within 6 feet of another person. Masks are strongly recomended for students in grades K-4.

Virtual Instruction


  • Curriculum

    • Essential Standards Taught
    • Academic Course Content/Offerings the same

     

    Instruction

    • Online, student-paced learning
    • Individual student learning with teacher monitoring of progress on a regular basis
    • Elementary Art, Music, PE, and GT instructional methods will be customized for virtual learning.
    • Secondary performance based courses instructional methods will be customized for virtual learning. (oral communication, keyboarding, etc.) 

     

    Assessment

    • Grades will be taken on a regular basis based on accuracy of work produced.
    • Grades will also be taken in conjunction with deadlines for completed assignments.  
    • Tests are taken on-line.

     

    Intervention

    • Tier III dyslexia interventions will occur virtually in accordance with program fidelity requirements. 

     

    Supplies/Equipment

    • Each student will be issued a chromebook for use at home.
    • If not already available in the home, each family will be provided internet access.
    • Parents provide all school supplies
    • District provides any specific program supplies for use at home.

     

    Special Services

    • Students who receive their instruction exclusively in a special education setting will receive their instruction virtually with the special education teacher monitoring the progress and goals outlined in their IEP.  
    • Students who receive Speech, OT, and PT will have the option of Teletherapy to be provided with parental consent and supervision.
    • Students who receive resource services in elementary schools will follow the general education curriculum and instruction. 
    • Resource teachers will use the online platform to teach the skills which are outlined in their IEP goals and objectives. 
    • Students in inclusion classes will follow the general education curriculum and instruction.  Special education teachers in the inclusion classes will monitor progress and goals/objectives for those courses.

     

    • Virtual Learning includes the following:
      • Attendance of student and family to an orientation meeting
      • Commitment of one semester
    • Virtual students are eligible for participation in AAA sanctioned activities