The following update was shared via website update, district app, and email & SMS text to all district parents on March 3, 2021:
Due to Governor McMaster’s announcement on March 2 and the availability of additional vaccines for teachers and school staff, the District is making the following announcements relating to students in our face-to-face mode of instruction:
On Monday, March 22, students in grades K-8 will return to a 5 day a week traditional model of face-to-face instruction.
March 25 and 26 will be designated as Remote Learning Days for all grades to allow the opportunity for our teachers and staff to receive their 2nd vaccination.
April 2 will remain a Remote Learning Day, serving as the inclement weather makeup day from October 30.
On April 12, students in grades 9-12 will move to a 5 day a week traditional model of face-to-face instruction.
These changes will result in students in all grades operating in a 5 day a week traditional model of face-to-face instruction beginning Monday, April 12.
The district will continue to follow COVID-19 safety protocols as designated in our Reopening Plan.
Summary of Face-to-Face Instruction Updates:
March 8: Grades 9-12 move to 4 days a week of face-to-face instruction
March 22: Grades K-8 move to 5 days a week of face-to-face instruction
March 25-26: Remote Learning Days
April 2: Remote eLearning Day (makeup from October 30 bad weather day)
April 12: All face-to-face students will move to 5 days a week of face-to-face instruction