RESET/RESTART PRELIMINARY PLAN DETAILS
The Back to School Workgroup has worked diligently to put together a plan that will be presented for approval at the July 29 Board meeting. After that approval it will be sent to all the families of the Cuyahoga Heights School District and several Zoom meetings will be scheduled to answer any questions.
We are currently planning on three delivery methods:
(1) All students in school and normal operations in place with sanitation, social distancing, and cleaning protocols in place
(2) Hybrid instructional delivery with students in school part-time and completing remote online lessons part-time
(3) Remote online delivery method. This method will look very different than it did in March, including schedules provided to students with both teacher-guided and independent online curriculum requirements, attendance monitoring, assignments and grades throughout its necessity.
Any parents wanting to have their students learning online regardless of the alert level will receive instruction through an online curriculum similar to that described above in the third option.
Once we release the completed plan you will be able to review the district's cleaning protocols, mask requirement, transportation requirements, social distancing practices and the response should anyone be diagnosed with COVID - including protocols regarding handling of students or staff exhibiting COVID symptoms.
Please understand that this will be a fluid document. As the COVID crisis is ever-evolving we want to be able to make changes to our plan to best serve our students, families and staff.
In early August every family will receive a survey to indicate their plans for fall. Families planning to engage in online, at-home learning must make their request known at that time. We will also have several other questions to assist us in meeting the transportation and educational needs of our students.
Please be assured that we will widely communicate our full RESET/ RESTART Plan and Family Survey as soon as they are released. Until then....
Go Cuyahoga Heights!