As COVID-19 continues to change the collective landscape, our district will leverage resources continue best practices, and maintain flexibility to provide for the safest environment possible while continuing to deliver the best possible education for all of our students. This policy manual is based on the guidance and recommendations of local health officials, who work within the guidance of state and national health officials, and based upon data and evidence gained from local school districts.
We will continue to prioritize the health and safety of our students, staff, and community as we look to the 2021-2022 school year. The updated Return to School Plan will be reviewed at the July 12 Board of Education Meeting.
|On-Site Learning||This is model is traditional, face-to-face instruction with enhanced health and safety guidelines in place.|
|Hybrid Model||This model will only be used in the event that local health officers or administrations deem it to be necessary for On-Site Learning Students.|
|Remote Learning||Remote learning is 100% online. Students are taught and assessed on the same standards and competencies as On-Site students.|
|Mitigation/Mitigate||The action of making something less severe or reducing risk|
|Demographic Information||This is the contact information that USD 250 has on record for students and parents of the student. It is crucial that this information is kept updated so the district can effectively communicate with parents.|
|Essential Learning Outcomes (ELO)||A comprehensive set of learning goals that are fostered and developed across a student's entire educational experience. They reflect the knowledge, skills, and competencies needed to meet the challenges of an ever-changing and complex world.|
|Competency||Identified behaviors, knowledge, skills, and abilities that are necessary for success.|