All students UPK-5 will be present in our buildings on a daily basis Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, they will receive instruction in our special area classes (art, music, technology, PE, health, etc.).
Students in grades 6-12 will be present in the buildings two out of five days. On the other three days, there will be asynchronous work to complete ensuring attendance to the learning. We will also maintain a rotation of adult-student connections beyond the classrooms. For example, the middle school will utilize their team structure to divide the students into smaller sets assigned to adults in order to foster connections and engagement.
Students absent and/or disengaged are tracked so that no student is overlooked by the school. Teachers are the first line of connection. Should a student be disconnecting, the student is referred to a master list for follow up maintained by the counselors, support professionals (counselors, social workers, psychologists), and the Assistant Principals. Following this, building principals are brought into the process for further outreach, family contact, and/or home visits.