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The district's goal for the school year is to provide all students, staff and families a meaningful learning experience in a safe environment. As we navigate the school year together, all plans will be developed in collaboration with multiple stakeholders, including state and local public health agencies; district and school staff; students; families and community members. 

Superintendent Gdowski will continue to use the following three key priorities in any decision-making related to operations for the 2020-2021 school year: 1. Safety, 2. Family Needs, 3. Efficiency (i.e. greater predictability and a consistent learning model).

Over the course of the school year, this web section will serve as a resource for information and engagement as we move ahead together in creating and implementing learning plans for the 2020-2021 school year.

 

Recent News

Hybrid learners in grades 6-12 transition to remote learning

Thursday, October 22, 2020 - 8:30am

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

On Wednesday, Oct. 21, t he 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 ...

Superintendent recommends new learning model for Grades 6-12

Monday, October 19, 2020 - 3:15pm

Board to vote on recommendation to transition Grades 6-12 to remote learning

October 19 Onward Update

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Dear Five Star Community,

Thank you students, staff and families for making in-person learning possible by quickly adapting to the new health and safety protocols within our school buildings. As we’ve mentioned before, what happens outside of our schools can have an impact on what level of in-person learning can ...