Schools closed for in-person learning
Information is current as of Nov. 19 and subject to change.
Phase 1: Remote education for all students
- School schedules and consistent practices are in place during remote learning: Find more information about schedules along with information about what you can expect from the district, schools and teachers on the:
- Instruction is predominantly delivered via technology but may include use of tangible learning materials.
- Teacher learning pages: Provide consistency and easy access to a student's remote learning resources in one place via online learning pages. For example, an elementary teacher's page may feature messages from the teacher, and links to Google Classroom, Microsoft Teams, other learning applications.
- Mental health services and supports are available.
- Integrated Services support of students is available - see details on the Support of Students with Disabilities in 2020-21 web page.
- Early Childhood Education - Please visit the ECE web page to learn what education and services look like in Phase 1.
PSD support of at-risk students during Phase 1: PSD staff have been working with community partners to provide neediest students (academically and financially) with safe places to participate in remote learning. As they were in August and September, remote learning support centers (RLSCs) are open at PSD schools.
Identified students lack resources at home to participate in remote learning; English Language Learners; and those identified as needing significant intervention for English or mathematics.
At RLSCs, students can access meals, internet services and mental health support.
Staff supervise students in-person while they engage in remote learning with their grade-level or content area teachers.
Supervisory staff do NOT provide in-person instruction or academic support.
Expect to see buses at PSD schools as students are transported to the RLSCs.