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UPDATE: All students, staff, and authorized visitors 5 years old and older must wear a cloth face covering on school grounds and on the bus through December 31, 2020 or until repealed. Exceptions include when outside while six feet apart while eating or drinking, or for individuals with documented medical conditions, intellectual or developmental disabilities, mental health conditions, other sensory sensitivities, or have trouble breathing are exempt from the face covering requirement.
During these unprecedented times, we understand that there is no one-size fits all model when it comes to educating our students during a pandemic. Our goal has been to be comprehensive and accommodating to our families. As a result, we have prepared a plan that includes multiple instructional delivery models so that we can best meet the needs of all learners. While every scenario may look different than the traditional school year in which we are all used to, we are confident that providing these models to our students is the best way to meet the needs of all learners.
We understand that there may be questions as you review the plan to Reopen Our Schools. This is a fluid process as we learn more about this disease. The district hosted live Family Forum sessions during the week of July 27th for families to learn more about the plan and to ask questions. For those who may have missed the Family Forums sessions, we are making one of the virtual sessions available below. For a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) document that answers many of the common questions asked by parents, click here.
Learn more about the plan to "Reopen Our Schools" with Dr. Smits, District Administrator; and Mrs. Simonson, Director of Instruction and Curriculum.
An Introduction to Reopening Our Schools
Reopening Our Schools: The Plan
Please view these special messages from HJT1 District Administrator, Dr. Smits, as he discusses how the District plans for the 2020-21 school year.