The enhanced hybrid model will allow all interested students to engage with four days of weekly on-campus learning. In this model, we will maintain remote/virtual Wellness Wednesday programming to allow for midweek deep campus cleaning). This enhanced hybrid model will commence after spring break, beginning on March 29. Some important notes about this model:
To manage the significant logistics of increasing student capacity while maintaining COVID-safe practices, we will require that ALL students commit to four days of in-person programming (Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays), or opt-in to 100% remote learning for the rest of the year. The option for students to attend class two days per week in person in cohort groups will no longer be offered. Additionally, there will be no option to flip back and forth between the models due to the significant logistics of maintaining COVID-safe practices with increased student occupancy.
To aid in our planning, we ask that ANY families who prefer that their child remain in Model 3
(Remote Teaching and Learning) when we transition to enhanced hybrid as of March 29 opt into this through this new form no later than March 12
(this will allow us the time to reconfigure and reassign classrooms based on confirmed occupancy).
Note: All details shared below are subject to change based on evolving public health data and state directives.
Within the Enhanced Hybrid Teaching, Learning, and Community
model, we will adhere to our four common goals in the following ways: