The school year began August 10 with remote learning for all students. Remote learning will continue until it is safe to transition to modified in-person learning and ultimately in-person learning.

What can families expect while learning in a modified in-person environment? Students will alternate between in-person learning and structured, remote learning throughout the week. High School (9-12)students will be on Campus Monday and Wednesday while Junior High (6-8) will be on Campus Tuesdays and Thursdays to ensure fewer students are on campus to maximize physical distancing. 

On Fridays, all students will participate in self-guided remote learning, and teachers will use their time for tutoring students, office hours, and participating in professional learning communities and teacher planning.

Students will participate in teacher-led instruction through Google Classroom, using adopted curriculum and supplemental resources.

The opt-in process for modified in-person learning will be communicated with families when available.

Please note, elements of our plan may be subject to change based on new information and guidance from the state and health agency partners. We will continue to share relevant updates with our community.

The modified student experience

  • Students will alternate between in-person learning and structured, remote learning throughout the week to reduce the number of students on campus. The other three days will be remote.
  • On days when students are on campus, the student will be marked present when they arrive at class daily and on time. On their remote learning days, students will be marked present when they log in to Google Classroom and complete assignments.
  • Students will have a charter-provided laptop to take home and back to school.
  • On in-person days, students will participate in a hybrid learning environment with enhanced health and safety measures, including wearing face masks and practicing physical distancing.
  • On remote days, students will participate in teacher-led instruction through the Google Classroom using charter-adopted curriculum and supplemental resources.
  • Although students must log on to each class period daily to be marked present, the emphasis will be on completing assignments and mastery of concepts, not on the time students spend online.
  • When remote, self-guided and live learning will occur with a focus on competency of standards and units of instruction.
  • Teachers will provide ongoing feedback and charter grading practices will be used.
  • Training is available for students and parents on the Google Classroom and other platforms used by the charter.
  • Parents are encouraged to actively participate in student learning to assist school with ensuring student participation and completion of courses.

Modified in-person model

Parents will...


  • Perform an assessment of their child's health before they leave for in-person learning, including temperature and other known COVID-19 symptoms.

  • Send their child to school with a filled water bottle and clean face covering. Face coverings will be available if needed.

  • Help children be ready to learn by providing a supportive learning environment including time, space and resources necessary for learning.

  • Communicate regularly with teachers(s) and school regarding needs.

  • Take advantage of parent resources available on school websites to support student learning.

  • Update school with accurate contact information, such as email, phone number and address, and preferred time for check-ins.

  • Monitor student progress within Google Classroom and Edmentum.

  • Monitor student engagement through planning, prioritizing, organization, goal setting and time management.

  • Collaborate with teachers to increase student motivation and engagement.

  • Monitor the use and care of charter-provided devices.

  • Contact your teacher and/or principal for assistance when needed.

  • Share information with school staff regarding the impact of school closure and pandemic on the family.

  • Communicate with school staff any barriers to participating in remote learning.