Grades 6-12 General Education Registration Information
Update: FAQs Added Here
Dear Families of Students in Grades 6 - 12 General Education Classrooms,
We are excited to invite you to register your middle or high school student(s) to either:
- Change to an in-person hybrid learning model beginning on Monday, April 26, or
- Continue with the 100% remote learning model.
Registration for each student will be done through Family Access, and must be complete by 11:59 pm on Monday, March 29. Log in instructions can be found HERE. If you have difficulty accessing the system, your school office staff will be happy to help you enter the information for your student(s).
Before completing your registration, please read the following information completely:
In order to support the implementation of in-person hybrid learning for grades 6-12, the following timeline has been established.
- April 12-16: 4th Quarter Classes Begin and Early Release Schedule
- Early release schedule each day for grades 6-12 general education classrooms for teacher training. There is no change to the self-contained special education learning schedule that week.
- On-site student orientations for grades 6 – 9 and students new to the high schools will be available after school/evening (transportation provided to eligible students).
- April 19-23: Spring Break – No School
- April 26: In-Person Hybrid Learning Begins: Students who register for hybrid in-person learning will begin attending school in-person in morning or afternoon cohorts.
AM/PM Hybrid Schedule (Daily Schedules HERE)
- All students in in-person hybrid and 100% remote learning will be assigned to one of two cohorts:
- AM Cohort will receive live instruction in-person or remotely in the MORNING on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday each week, with asynchronous remote learning in the afternoon on those days.
- PM Cohort will receive live instruction in-person or remotely in the AFTERNOON on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday each week, with asynchronous remote learning in the morning on those days.
- All students will have all remote learning on Wednesdays.
- Live instruction will occur at the same time with the same teacher for onsite and remote students in each cohort. For example, a teacher who is teaching in-person at school would also stream that live instruction to the 100% remote students in that cohort.
- If a teacher is not able to return to the classroom for in-person instruction, they will live stream their lessons simultaneously to remote students and to an in-person classroom that has a staff member assigned to supervise and support the students who are on campus.
Transportation and Meals
Students who attend school on-site will be offered:
- Transportation services according to their normal eligibility, such as distance from school and IEP eligibility.
- Students on campus only for the morning or afternoon will not eat at school; however, the weekly meal box program will continue to be offered until the end of the school year for students to have those meals at home.
You can find our Shoreline COVID-19 Safety Guide hereto learn about. Some of the general protocols include:
- Masks must be worn by all staff and students when on campus or school buses.
- Families are expected to provide their own masks for their children, but schools will have an emergency supply for those who do not.
- Each student will be expected to attest they are symptom-free prior to attending school each day.
- Disinfecting will occur between cohorts of students each day. Deep cleaning and disinfecting of the whole school will occur in the evenings and on Wednesdays.
CLICK HERE to register your student(s) for either on-site hybrid or 100 percent remote learning by 11:59 pm on Monday, March 29. It is essential to complete this registration process for all students, even if you plan to remain in fully remote model, so we can assign students to classrooms and teachers appropriate to the learning model selected by parents/guardians. If you do not complete the registration process for your child, they will be assigned to 100% remote learning.