- The delivery will consist of mostly an asynchronous approach.
- Teachers may schedule some optional live class sessions (synchronous)
- The main platforms we will be using for distance learning is online instruction via Google Classrooms and/or Google Sites.
- Students who do not have Internet access at home will receive learning activity packets of information on a regular basis. Parents/guardians of such students will be contacted accordingly about such programming.
|March 30, 31, and April 1||
Staff: Finalize plans for remote learning.
Students: Enrichment and Review Learning Activities begin.
|April 2 - 9||
Students: Complete assigned work provided by staff.
Staff: Provide feedback that promotes growth and learning. Conduct daily office hours and, at times, live learning demonstrations to provide support to students and families.
|April 6 and Beyond||Staff & Administration: Monitor the Governor’s mandate to see if the closure is extended or if staff and students are allowed physically back in school. If we are not allowed physically back into school, our distance learning platform will continue until further notice.|
Statewide Assessments Canceled
Please note that the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE) has canceled statewide assessments for the 2019-2020 school year. Canceled assessments include the PSSA, PASA, and Biology, Algebra and Literature Keystone Exams.
Athletics and Co-Curricular Clubs and all Activities
Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association has frozen all extracurricular activities during the school closure. No clubs, sports or arts-related teams or groups are allowed to gather or practice during this time.