Hybrid learners in grades 6-12 transition to remote learning

Thursday, October 22, 2020 - 8:30am
Photos of students on laptops participating in remote learning

Full-time remote learning for all secondary students in place through Dec. 17

On Wednesday, Oct. 21, the Board of Education approved the Superintendent’s recommendation to immediately transition all hybrid-learning students in grades 6-12 to full-time remote learning for the remainder of the fall semester beginning Thursday, Oct. 22

Students in grades 6-12 who normally attended school in person on Thursday and Friday should not go to the building this week. Families will receive more information, if they haven’t already, from their child’s school or teacher regarding this transition by the end of this week. 

This change only impacts hybrid learners in grades 6-12. All other students will continue their current learning model as previously scheduled. 

Hybrid learners in grades 6-12 will participate in asynchronous (on demand) remote learning on Thursday, Oct. 22 and Friday, Oct. 23. Starting Monday, Oct. 26, synchronous (live/teacher led) remote learning begins for all hybrid learners. 

For students in our special populations, some in-person instruction will continue to be provided for students with disabilities, students with advanced learning plans, English language learners and identified Career and Technical Education students at FutureForward at Bollman and Washington Square.


Meals

On Thursday, Oct. 22, meals will be available for walk up/drive thru pick-up at all middle and high schools for all  students who were previously attending school in-person. 

Where: All Middle Schools and High Schools 
When: Thursday, Oct. 22, from 1 to 3 p.m.*

*Mountain Range High School will remain open for meal pick up until 5 p.m.

Starting next week, families can receive meals for the week on Wednesdays at four of our high schools - Horizon, Legacy, Northglenn or Thornton High School. More information about meal distribution.