Hybrid Learning Intent Survey FAQ:
Can I change my mind from the learning model I selected for my child in the survey?
Families will be allowed to change their child’s learning model; however, it may take up to five days to accommodate changes.
Can I decide which cohort (morning or afternoon) my child is placed in for hybrid learning?
Because of the complexity of developing staffing and classroom configurations for hybrid learning, families will not be able to choose or request to be in a specific cohort.
Will siblings attending the same school be kept in the same cohort?
Because of the complexity of developing staffing and classroom configurations for hybrid learning, families will not be able to choose or request to be in a specific cohort. However, we will make every effort to place siblings attending the same school into the same cohort.
Will my child keep the same teacher in hybrid or remote learning, will they have the same teacher throughout the day?
While we cannot guarantee students will remain with their current classroom teacher in either learning model, our preference is to maintain current classroom assignments to the extent possible. Regardless of current teacher, families should make independent choices about participating in either learning model. Similarly, staff will determine their availability to work on-site, either because they meet the CDC’s definition of “high risk worker” or they have other responsibilities that limit their availability.
Will Extended Care be available for mornings and afternoons?
We will share more information on potential Extended Care options once they are available.
If a student attending a magnet program stays in remote learning, would they lose their spot at their magnet program site?
No. Students who participate in remote learning will not lose their spot at their magnet program site.
Who can I contact if I have other questions?
If you have additional questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.