Please review this important information regarding our health protocols prior to the start of Plan B October 19th, 20th (AA), Wednesday Remote for All students, Thursday October 22nd (BB), Friday October 23rd (BB)
This part is very important to keep in mind...
Conducting regular screening for symptoms and ongoing self-monitoring throughout the school day can help reduce exposure to COVID-19. Each school will assess staff and students upon arrival for symptoms such as headache, fever, chills, sore throat, cough, new onset of fatigue, muscle or body aches, shortness of breath, congestion or runny nose, diarrhea, vomiting and new loss of taste or smell. If anyone is experiencing any of the symptoms on the screening checklist they will need to go home and not return until they meet the criteria to return. The following flowchart displays the screening process:
Families can stay connected with their teachers, get school announcments, and track their students behavior when they get connected to our School Class Dojo site. Ask your child's teacher for their Class Dojo Code and stay up to date.
Please get your pencils out and mark your calendars~
Many have inquired if we have an official school calendar for this year.
We will be following the Modified Calendar for our two Early Colleges and our Traditional School Calendar for all 23 of our other schools approved by the Board of Education.
While we start the first 9 weeks under Plan C (all remote learning), we will still adhere to holidays, optional workdays for staff, progress report dates, and the end of the 9 weeks. The Remote Learning days established at the beginning of the traditional school calendar will still be remote learning days at home.
*(Please note a date for graduation for the Class of 2021 has not been established yet and will be communicated as soon as the Board receives input from all 3 traditional high schools and approves a date.)