(Full Remote Learning)
Low-Density Partial Remote (Hybrid)
(In-Person with Safety Requirements)
Full Remote Learning - Phase 1
General Conditions (Phase 1 )
- Governors’ Stay at Home orders in effect.
- Significant local escalation of the pandemic as documented by local health authorities.
Learning Environment (Phase 1
- All students are at home.
- Students access learning through remote instruction only.
- Remote schedules will be standardized and structured across schools to provide an educational experience more closely aligned to a “regular” school experience.
Low-Density Partial Remote (Hybrid) - Phase 2
General Conditions (Phase 2)
- Infections rising with recommendations for limited building capacity.
- Required limits on the physical capacity of classrooms and buildings.
- Little to no physical student interaction. Face masks/shields required by all students and staff indoors.
- Screening, Hygiene, and disinfection protocols.
- School-based responses in this phase will be customized based on consultation with local and state health experts.
Learning Environment (Phase 2)
- In order to limit the exposure, schools may modify schedules and adjust attendance as necessary.
- Example: Students may be divided into cohorts to limit the number of students in the buildings.
- Students may receive instruction in-person a fraction of the time and receive enrichment/support remotely on other days.
- Time will be allotted as necessary for planning/support/mentorship for students and teachers, with stress placed on remote meetings to increase support/connection throughout the year.
In-Person with Safety Requirements - Phase 3 (Current Plan)
General Conditions (Phase 3 - Current phase)
- Infections low but present in the greater Upper Valley area.
- Physical distancing recommendation of at least 3 feet.
- Face masks and/or shields required by all students and staff.
- Screening, hygiene, and disinfection protocols.
- Masks/face shields may be removed outside with 6+ feet distancing.
Learning Environment (Phase 3 - Current phase)
- Five day student week. (HHS may schedule one day/week of remote instruction)
- Teachers deliver instruction in person.
- Daily class schedules close to normal with some modifications as necessary.
- Limited student interaction to comply with physical distancing, i.e. students sit individually not in groups.
- Scheduled use of outdoor or alternative space to allow for a movement break.
- Remote option available to students on a case by case basis.
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