Reopening update

Reopening Updates
Posted on 03/17/2021


Visit this link for district updates regarding our April 12 Target Date  "
Reopening Updates"

District Communications Team will update this page and the Superintendent's weekly newsletter, with relevant information as it becomes available. 

3/17/21 updates:
Good afternoon Alcott School Community,
There is a great deal of excitement for our entire district and our Alcott Family as we prepare to see our students, staff and families together once again.  However, the need for patience has never been more important as we ensure the safety of our entire team.  You and your children are valuable members of our team and I working hard to get you the needed information as quickly as possible.  We are getting closer and each day, the preparations are being put in place to ensure a successful re-opening.  
Below is what we currently have in regards to our next steps.  Our 4 week plan has been developed by county and district experts to guarantee that all schools and staff are ready for April 12.
San Diego Unified School District and educator representatives announced the next steps to prepare for a classroom reopening the week of April 12. They outlined options to allow for students to safely return to campus full-time, while providing continued robust online instruction for families that do not feel safe returning to campus at this time.

As the district continues to review reopening preference surveys sent to all families, it will begin working with principals this week to help set specific models for each school community. Families will receive details from their schools on March 22, 
asking them to select a specific model when classrooms reopen the week of April 12.

Every family will have the opportunity to choose either an in-person/online hybrid or an online-only model. Those remaining online will continue to receive a robust online experience, while those choosing the hybrid model will see their live instruction time increase.

Both elementary and secondary students will have the opportunity to be 
on campus for a six-hour school day. The default school site model is four days per week of in-person instruction with precise schedules to be set based on the number of students who wish to attend in person, available space, and existing health and safety guidelines. See the health and safety guidelines here.

Educators and school leaders also agreed on steps which will make hybrid learning unnecessary in the fall, committing to no layoffs and the creation of a specialized instruction model for students who do not want to return to campus.
Continue to review our website for updates.
Mr. Lewis, Principal
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