Instructional Format Choice (updated Dec. 15, 2020)
Students will only be allowed one change of instruction method, remote or on campus, during the nine-week grading period.
- A student who starts remote may come back to campus at any point. At that point they are considered an on-campus student and all expectations for on-campus attendance and participation apply. They may switch back to remote instruction but must remain remote the remainder of the nine weeks.
- A student who starts on campus may elect to become a remote learner at any point during the nine week grading period. However, they must remain a remote learner for the remainder of that nine week grading period.
- Students involved in athletics must be on campus learners in order to fully participate in those activities both inside and outside normal school hours. There are certain career and technical education (CTE) courses that will require students to become on campus learners as well.
- Students involved in fine arts and who are remote learners may come to rehearsals before or after school. However, those students must be picked up from campus by 8:30 a.m. from before-school rehearsals and not arrive before 4:05 p.m. for after-school rehearsals.
- Students who are identified as unsuccessful on campus, six or more absences and one or more failing grades, must remain in the on-campus instructional format. These students will not be given the option of remote learning unless the district closes the campus.