2020-2021 Learning Models

In-person learning for all students

In this learning model, schools should create as much space between students and teachers as is feasible during the day, but will not be held strictly to enforcing 6 feet of social distancing during primary instructional time in the classroom.

Hybrid learning model

In this learning model, schools must limit the overall number of people in school facilities and on transportation vehicles to 50% maximum occupancy. To the extent possible, sufficient social distancing with at least 6 feet between people must occur at all times. A & B cohorts will be split based on households to ensure families have consistent schedules as well as other logistic considerations.

Distance Hybrid Learning with In-Person Support

In this learning model, the learner and instructor are separated and therefore can’t meet in a traditional classroom setting. This model is a more restrictive hybrid scenario designed to reduce people’s density on campus further and prioritize the unique learning of different grade-levels and courses. This model will prioritize Special Education classes and students with IEPs. Additionally, targeted support for students in our ADSIS (Alternative Delivery of Specialized Instructional Services) program will be available. Students will have access to Career and Technical Classes on campus at the Secondary Level and the opportunity to participate in the music and science labs.

Distance Learning Only - All students eLearning

In this situation, Proctor Public Schools will implement a daily schedule designed for full Distance Learning, which combines our A-B groups to the original class schedule and a 4-day instructional week. Students will be provided daily, live virtual instruction following the traditional bell schedule.  In-person support will be suspended until COVID-19 metrics lower to a safe number. 
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