In response to the continued impacts of COVID-19 we are carefully considering how to move forward with the 20-21 School Year. Our first priority is the safety of our students and staff and we are working diligently on our 2020-2021 Reopening Plan. In collaboration with Mendocino County Office of Education and County Health Officer, we are working on these 2 scenarios:
  1. Full-time distance learning: The student and teacher will engage online every school day. This engagement can be synchronous, classes occur on set schedules and time frames via live instruction through Zoom or Google, or asynchronous, through assignments completed on the student’s own schedule and supported with videos, online instruction or other materials. Families and students will be expected to fully participate and attendance will be tracked. This option may be available to families on an individual basis regardless of other options being implemented in the fall.
  2. Hybrid model: Students would attend school on specified days and complete distance learning assignments on days they are not on-site at the school. Building community, fostering social connections and experiential learning will be prioritized during on-site instruction days. Distance learning assignments will support in-person lessons and activities.

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* 1. Distance learning will be a component of any reopening scenario. How can we better support your family with distance learning? Please select all that apply.

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* 2. Does your student have access to reliable internet access on a daily basis?

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* 3. Would your student benefit from a school-issued Chromebook to use for distance learning?

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* 4. A hybrid model would involve students participating in on-site instruction 2-3 days per week. Would you be able to get your student to/from school 2-3 days/week?

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* 5. Creating outdoor learning spaces and opportunities will provide a safe environment for on-site instruction. Is someone in your household available to help us create these spaces before school starts? Please check all that apply.

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* 6. We are considering options for offering 1 partial day/week of outdoor programs that may not be located at school. Would you like your student to participate in this type of program?

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* 7. If on-site instruction is allowed, it would rely largely on creating stable groups/bubbles to minimize interactions with students and staff outside of their stable group (K-8 groups would be based on grade/class and High School would be based on class schedules).  Physical distancing and facial covering protocols will be maintained according to health directives inside and outside of their stable group. These guidelines are awaiting approval by the County and State and may differ while your student is in their stable group vs. out of their stable group (for example, facial coverings and physical distancing requirements may be less stringent while in a stable group). Please share any concerns that you have about your student returning to school for on-site instruction. Check all that apply.

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* 8. What grade(s) will your student(s) be enrolled in for the 20-21 school year?

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* 9. Please share any additional comments, questions or concerns.

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* 10. Name (optional)

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