[Note: our secondary transition plan has been updated to reflect changing the start of blended learning for students in grades 10 – 12 to Monday, March 22.]
Transition to begin in Trimester 3
As COVID-19 rates in our community have dropped significantly, we have been able to begin returning to in-person learning for our elementary students this week. After consultation with the state’s regional support team, we are pleased that we can transition students in our secondary grades to blended learning in Trimester 3.
What will blended learning look like in our schools? View our Blended and Distance Learning Handbook for Secondary Grades. For more information, visit our COVID-19 webpage.
Parkview Center School and Roseville Area Middle School
On March 15, Parkview and RAMS students in grades 7 – 8 will begin blended learning, two days a week in-person (either Monday – Tuesday or Wednesday – Thursday) and three days at home, with Fridays asynchronous. Specifics about your schedules will be sent from your school.
Roseville Area High School
Starting March 15 (the first day of Trimester 3), students in all grades will attend classes each day Monday - Thursday whether in person or distance. Only 9th graders choosing Blended will be in person per Cohort assignment.
Cohort Assignments for all RAHS students are viewable in Synergy, in both StudentVue and ParentVue. Select 'Student Info' then scroll to the bottom and look for the word 'Cohort.'
On March 15, RAHS students in ninth grade will begin blended learning, two days a week in-person (either Monday – Tuesday or Wednesday – Thursday) and three days at home, with Fridays asynchronous.
On March 22, RAHS students in grades 10 – 12 begin blended learning, two days a week in-person (either Monday – Tuesday or Wednesday – Thursday) and three days at home, with Fridays asynchronous.
Fairview Alternative High School
On March 22, FAHS students in grades 10 – 12 begin blended learning, one day a week in-person (either Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday) and four days at home, with Fridays asynchronous.
Changing from Distance Learning to Blended Learning
Schools will assume that your previous selection is still your preference, unless you notify your school that you wish to change your preference. Please refer to the message from your student's school for instructions on how to inform them*, or contact the main office. Change requests were due February 5. Contact your school counselor with questions.
We know that this is an important milestone for many students and families, and we are pleased the state continues to review the latest science and data to inform their guidance on what is safe for adults and young people. We also know that returning to in-person school may not be best for every family, and we are committed to providing distance learning for the entire school year. If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out, and watch for additional opportunities such as town hall meetings and Facebook Live sessions to learn more. You can learn more about our schools and COVID-19 at isd623.org/COVID19.