Fall Reopening

Fall Reopening

We have begun moving toward Step 4 of our plan, which will include a limited return to in-person learning for grades K-5.

We continue to track local health trends provided by Skagit Co Health Dept: https://www.skagitcounty.net/Departments/HealthDiseases/coronavirusGOVDATAdash.htm

The ASD Hybrid model will include an eventual phased-in approach to in-person learning. ASD@Home is a fully remote option, with ASD support and parent/ guardian as coach/ mentor.

Who to Contact

Building Principals:

http://www.asd103.org/contact_us

District Office:

information@asd103.org

(360) 503-1200

Moving toward Step 4

  • We will offer in-person, half-day instruction split by mornings and afternoons for students in grades K-3 (beginning Nov. 2) and students in grades 4-5 (beginning Nov. 9).

  • K-5 Students will attend 4 half-days, M,T,R,F, and Wednesday will be a fully remote learning day.

  • K-5 Students will be assigned to either A group (mornings) or B group (afternoons).

  • We will groups siblings in the same group.

  • Parents will submit a daily health attestation for their child, indicating that the child is free of any COVID-related symptoms.

  • Students will NOT eat lunch at school. The AM cohort will eat lunch after they leave school, and the PM cohort will eat lunch before they arrive at school.

  • Transportation will be provided by district buses if needed.

  • Students will be socially distanced in classrooms and in hallways.

  • Masks will be required for anyone on district property.

6-Step Reopening Plan

We are following a 6-step approach to reopening. We are currently in Step 3, and moving elementary students to Step 4.

Step 1

All students and staff participate in distance learning. School buildings closed for access.

Step 2

All students participate in distance learning. Staff able to be onsite for the purpose of planning and delivering online instruction.

Step 3

(current step)

Students in greatest need of additional support as identified through an agreed upon set of criteria participate onsite with in-person instruction up to two (2) days a week. All other students participate in distance learning. Staff able to be onsite for the purpose of planning and delivering instruction.

Step 4

All students from Stage 3, as well as our youngest learners, additional students in need of support (e.g., students considered “Prepared with Support” in 2019-20, 6th and 9th graders, etc.) participate onsite with in-person instruction half-days, M,T, R, F for elementary. All other students participate in distance learning. Staff able to be onsite for the purpose of planning and delivering instruction.

Step 5

All students participate onsite with in-person instruction half-days, M,T, R, F for elementary. Staff able to be onsite for the purpose of planning and delivering instruction.

Step 6

All students and staff participate onsite with in-person instruction five (5) days a week.