We’ll host a virtual information session to answer your questions and shed more light on what to expect on February 1. The session will be recorded for those who cannot attend live. Log on Thursday, January 21 at 6pm via this link.
In the meantime, here are a few frequently asked questions and answers:
- What happens in the classrooms where teachers are teaching remotely?
- A member of our hybrid support faculty will be present in the classroom to support and supervise students.
- Remote teachers will “appear” to in-person students on a 65-inch monitor already installed in each classroom.
- Will kids have to get COVID tests?
- Testing opportunities will be provided, but will not be mandatory. The next round of testing will happen on Saturday, January 23rd, and it is open to teachers, parents/caregivers, students and siblings. Sign-up is required.
- Will there be recess for in-person learners?
- Yes, but students will have to remain with their class/advisory.
- How will lunch work for in-person learners?
- Lunch will be delivered to the classrooms, or students can bring their own. Students will eat in their classrooms behind their plexiglass dividers or outside – weather permitting.
- Can I change my mind on which learning option I’ve selected for my students?
- You can change from in-person to virtual learning. The Learning Option Change Form is all that’s needed to make that switch. Please make the change by January 15 to allow us time to plan.
Health Safety Enhancements
- Plexiglass partitions on every desk/table
- Directional and social distancing markers and signage in hallways
- PPE inventory in each classroom
- Upgraded each HVAC unit with ionizers at both campuses
- Mandatory mask rule in place for students, faculty and staff
- Touchless, temperature reading hand sanitizer stations in hallways/common areas
- COVID Care Room added at each campus
- Full-time nurse at each campus