Blended Learning Overview
What would blended learning look like in Roseville Area Schools?
Blended learning overview
- Download our Elementary Roseville Area Schools Blended Learning Handbook.
- Download our Secondary Roseville Blended and Distance Learning Handbook.
In our blended-learning plan, students will attend school in-person a minimum of two days per week. Younger students and some students involved in special education programming may attend more often based on individual learning needs. On days students are not learning in-person at school, they will have asynchronous activities to do from home.
Classrooms will be limited to 50% capacity with social distancing. As ordered by the governor, students and staff will be required to wear a face covering while at school, with some specific exceptions. Students will be able to wear their own mask, or a mask provided by their school. In the near future we will share with you additional precautions and procedures in place to protect the health and safety of our students and staff.
ECSE, pre-K, kindergarten and first grade
- For ECSE, pre-K, kindergarten and first grade, blended learning will involve learning in-person four days a week in a single cohort—Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Friday—following their regular class schedule and school start times. Wednesday will be an asynchronous learning day from home.
Second grade through sixth grade
Students in grades two through six will attend school in-person two days a week in two cohorts (Cohort 1 on Monday-Tuesday, Cohort 2 on Thursday-Friday) following their regular class schedule and school start times. The other three days will be distance learning from home with asynchronous learning activities provided by their teacher. Wednesdays will be an asynchronous learning day for all students with teachers available electronically to answer questions.
Seventh grade through grade 12
- Students in grades seven through 12 will attend in-person two days a week in two cohorts (Cohort 1 on Monday-Tuesday, Cohort 2 on Thursday-Friday). The other three days will be distance learning from home. In-person and distance learning days will be split into A days (odd-hour classes) and B days (even-hour classes) with lengthened class periods to create an improved class experience and limit the times students are moving between classrooms. Students will receive synchronous learning four days a week. Wednesdays will be an asynchronous learning day for all students.