School starts on Monday August 17. For the first week of school, we will have our high school students come in for 1/2 days each day. The schedule for the first week of school is as follows:
11:45am - 2:30pm daily - School lunch will be offered from 11:00- 11:45. High school students are also welcome to come in and get breakfast, which will also be available from 7:45 - 8:30am each day.
Starting August 17:
Grades 9-12 will have a blended face-to-face and virtual learning program.
HS students will be on campus during B Weeks (Weeks, 4,6,8,10)
The regular school day both on campus and at home will be 8:30 am - 2:30pm
Class sizes will be decreased to 18-19 students per class to allow for social distancing.
HS students will receive live, virtual lessons at home during A weeks (Weeks, 3, 5,7, 9)
High school teachers will teach the live virtual lessons and will take official attendance each class period in Powerschool during virtual weeks.
All virtual work will be graded and all Student Handbook rules will apply during virtual weeks.
*Please note that student supply lists will be given out on the first day of school. Our high school students each have different schedules, and take different classes. Each teacher will hand out their individual supply list to the students on the first day of school. They will also post their list on their Google Classroom page.
**Also note that we will be asking all of our students to bring 2 face masks to school each day, and a water bottle. We will be asking students to wear masks throughout the day, if possible, and we will also be covering up all water fountains. Students will only be able to get water from the auto fill stations around the school to eliminate contact with the fountains.
Safety will be the #1 priority for the 2020-2021 school year.
Students, staff and visitors should use face coverings that cover the mouth and nose.
Face masks will be required when 6 feet of social distancing is difficult or not possible.
Students will remain within their cohort (bubble) throughout the day as much as possible, and should not interface with other cohorts.
Safety and sanitation products will be accessible in every classroom, meeting room, eating area and office.
Signage will be posted throughout the campus with proper safety protocol and detailed instructions for social distancing.
Staff will be trained and students will be instructed on how to be as safe as possible while on school grounds.
We request that parents take the temperature of their children each morning before school. If the child has a higher than normal temperature, then the child should remain at home.
We request that parents provide their children with two masks everyday. If the child does not have a mask, the school will provide one.
If a student displays symptoms of an illness, he or she will be escorted to the health room for a temperature check. If the health aide determines that the student is ill and needs to be sent home, a parent will be immediately notified to come to the school and pick up the child.
We request that you help educate your child as much as possible with respect to the changing times, especially with reminders about the importance of safety protocol.