Crestview Local Schools
Alternate Learning Schedule
Through the collection of data and district-level discussion, Crestview will implement an "alternate schedule" with a mix of remote and onsite (face-to-face) learning days. Staff will report to the building during this time, and students will be experiencing a combination of on-site and remote learning. The purpose of this document is to share the district's plan at the high school level of what an alternate learning schedule entails. In part, the schedule below is a result of information shared and experienced as it relates to Covid-19 and contact tracing.
High school students with last names starting with A-L will attend school in the building every Monday, Wednesday, and every other Friday. This group of students will be referred to as our BLUE! group.
High School students with last names starting M-Z will meet in the building every Tuesday, Thursday, and every other Friday. This group of students will be referred to as our RED! group.
If we have a cancellation of school for any reason (inclement weather--fog), this day will not be made up the next day. The next day will be what is scheduled in the rotation.
Our alternate learning schedule will begin Thursday, October 15.
Thursday, October 15 RED!
Friday, October 16 BLUE!
Monday, October 19 BLUE!
Tuesday, October 20 RED!
Wednesday, October 21 BLUE!
Thursday, October 22 RED!
Friday, October 23 RED!
Monday, October 26 BLUE!
Tuesday, October 27 RED!
Wednesday, October 28 BLUE!
Thursday, October 29 RED!
Friday, October 30 BLUE!
On Wednesday, October 28, we will reevaluate our status as it relates to Covid-19 and contact tracing to determine our schedule starting on Monday, November 2. We will communicate the schedule (traditional, continued alternate, or remote) on Wednesday, October 28, for the week starting November 2.
Onsite Learning (face-to-face)- Students will follow their normal 8-period day schedule (no modified block) while in the building with school starting at the regular time of 8 a.m.
Remote Learning students will follow the same 8-period day schedule as though in the building. This will assist in providing continuity to the educational process.
Students are expected to be in their core classes via Zoom on remote learning days in order to be counted present. If students are unable to attend due to illness or other tech-related reasons, a parent must contact the office sharing information as to why the student is absent.
Assignments and other activities will be posted on Google Classroom as well.
Currently, we will maintain our established schedule for extra-curricular activities. Students who are not in the building on a given day will be allowed to enter the building no earlier than 3:15 p.m. and must report to their designated area directly.
I personally wish to say thank you for your understanding and cooperation as we move forward. Our student body and staff has done an outstanding job of handling the challenges of which we are faced. Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns that you may have.