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Hybrid Learning


 

The hybrid option offers students a modified, in-person experience. Students will alternate between in-person learning and structured, online (asynchronous) learning throughout the week. Students will be assigned to an "A" or "B" schedule and will attend school on alternating days (ex: Mondays/Thursdays or Tuesdays/Fridays) to ensure fewer students are on campus to maximize physical distancing. An effort will be made to keep families/households together.

On Wednesdays, all students will participate in remote learning with the teacher in much the same way they have been engaging this quarter. Wednesdays will continue to be a shortened day.

Learning will occur through a combination of in person and remote instruction.

  • Students will be assigned to either Group A or Group B
  • All attempts will be made for siblings will be assigned to the same group
  • Instruction is offered 5 full days per week in a Blended Model

Elementary Model

  • Group A attends school in person Mondays and Thursdays while Group B learns online, at home (asynchronously)
  • Group B attends school in person Tuesday and Friday while Group A learns online, at home (asynchronously)
  • All students learn remotely on Wednesdays in small groups with their teacher

Middle/High Schools Model

  • Group A attends school in person Mondays and Thursdays while Group B learns online, at home (asynchronously)
  • Group B attends school in person Tuesday and Friday while Group A learns online, at home (asynchronously)
  • Block periods 1-3-5 and 2-4-6 will continue
  • All students learn remotely on Wednesdays for all 6 periods

The following applies to Elementary and Middle/High School

  • A/B Cohorts allow for physical distancing by substantially reducing the number of students on campus
  • On in-person days, students will attend their regular school and classroom which supports social emotional development and the continuity of their academic progress
  • On in-person days students will participate in typical classroom learning with enhanced health and safety measures, including wearing face masks and practicing social distancing
  • Students will engage in Sunnyside curriculum is designed to be adaptable to in person learning or to remote blended learning
  • Specials (art, music and PE) and electives will be available to students following enhanced safety guidelines.
  • Accommodations and supports based on student needs will be provided for 504, Special Education and ELL students.

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