In light of the ongoing pandemic, it’s understandable that some families may prefer online learning options for their children. Fortunately, schools and educators have been leveraging the power of technology to create effective and engaging virtual learning environments. With the help of learning and talent management systems, teachers can provide students with personalized learning experiences, monitor their progress, and provide feedback in real time. These systems can also facilitate communication and collaboration between teachers, students, and parents, making online learning a viable option for those who cannot or choose not to attend classes in person.
The Archie District Re-Opening Task Force is providing a brief outline of their re-opening plan and learning options for the 2020 fall semester. They have requested that all families review the options and complete the form that was emailed to them indicating their learning choice for the semester.
This information is needed to guide decision making and enable them to prepare to meet the needs of all students.
Face-to-Face/On-Site Learning Option
*As a district, they advocate for face-to-face learning
*All bus riders must wear a mask along with additional bus
*Parents will be encouraged to transport students when possible.
*Students will wear masks when not in their classroom or when
social distancing isn’t possible.
*Students not permitted in the building before 7:50 am.
*Students K-12 will be taught how to use Google Classroom within
the first few weeks of school to familiarize students. *Chromebooks and chargers will be sent home with students daily
for grades 3-12.
*Altered arrival, dismissal, and cafeteria procedures will be in place
*Altered recess and specials procedures for elementary
*Archie School will be increasing safety protocols by providing
masks for all students, masks/shields for teachers, sanitizer
stations placed throughout the building, a heightened level of
disinfecting the building, increased social distancing, increased
level of cohort groups staying together, students and staff
educated on effective personal hygiene practices.
Distance Learning/Virtual Instruction Option
*Considered an Archie R-V student
*Direct instruction of new content
*Graded assignments and assessments
*Support and guidance from local instructor
*This option is a semester commitment.
Parents are asked to fill out the form sent to them for each student in their household by Friday, July 31st.
If you have any questions, please contact your building level principal.
Tamara Stroud, Elementary Principal
Michelle Gaddie, Middle/High School Principal
Lee Harmon, Special Programs Director