For 2020-2021 - Revised July 28, 2020
In-Person Learning offers the richest learning experiences to develop the whole child and is the preferred learning option for most students and families.
- Students attend class each day. In the event of a health concern, short-term flexible learning options are available for students to learn from home.
- Teachers provide learning opportunities which ensure students experience the full depth and breadth of the Utah Core State Standards. Essential, important and supporting skills are taught with a variety of evidence-based practices. Teachers and specialists also provide robust intervention and enrichment supports.
- Parents and/or guardians are responsible to regularly check in on their students’ progress and support as needed.
- Social interactions are structured to enhanced learning experiences while keeping students safe and healthy.
Short-Term Flexible Learning is a temporary solution for students who are attending in-person, but, due to health-related concerns, find it necessary to learn remotely for one to fifteen consecutive school days.
- Students work from home on essential skill assignments in all scheduled courses provided digitally by the assigned classroom teacher.
- Teachers provide online learning experiences that are focused on essential skills and include some teacher-student interaction and communication (teachers can use the digital courses they’ve created either individually or collaboratively with their PLCs, the resources developed by their peers and the Curriculum Team this summer or a hybrid of both).
- Parents and/or Guardians support students’ learning with the expectation they will return to In-Person Learning as soon as possible.
Long-term Flexible Learning is a quarter-by-quarter solution for students who choose a fully-online learning experience for at least one full quarter. Each quarter, families determine whether they will continue with Long-Term Flexible Learning for the next quarter or return to In-Person Learning.
- Students work from home on essential skills assignments in all scheduled courses provided digitally by a classroom teacher. Students work at the teacher-led classroom pace complying with all established due dates, but will have some flexibility on when they learn the content.
- Teachers provide online learning experiences that are focused on essential skills and include teacher-student interaction and communication (teachers can use the digital courses they’ve created either individually or collaboratively with their PLCs, the resources developed by their peers and the Curriculum Team this summer or a hybrid of both). Assistance will be provided to support families with flexible learning.
- Parents and/or Guardians will be responsible to support and enrich the curriculum.
Remote Learning is 100% online learning provided by Weber School District through the Weber Online and/or Edgenuity programs. Students commit to this option for a full semester or the entire school year.
- Students are Weber School District students, but will not be assigned to teachers at the neighborhood school.
- A certified Weber Online/Edgenuity teacher will regularly communicate with parents/guardians to support with technical and academic questions.
- Parents and/or Guardians will serve as the child’s primary teacher.