• Distance Learning Plan

    Please see our Distance Learning Resources page for helpful videos and articles.
    Complete Distance Learning

    We have learned a great deal about distance learning from family, student, and staff member feedback, and our experiences last spring. We have also spent countless hours this summer consulting with experts and reading articles on best practices in digital learning. We’ve developed an improved distance learning program for this fall that includes:

    • A digital device for every individual student
    • Pre-recorded "on-demand" lessons for new learning
    • Full-class and small group "live" connections sessions to facilitate whole-group, small group, and individualized learning
    • A mix of on-screen and off-screen learning and activities
    • A consistent mode of communication with families and students about their learning through the adoption of a P-5 Learning Management System (LMS) called Seesaw and the streamlined use of Google Classroom at 6-12
    On Demand Instruction

    On Demand Learning:

    Students engage in learning at their own pace. Work can take place using digital platforms like Seesaw for elementary or Google Classroom for secondary, and may include watching teacher-created, "on-demand" video tutorials; completing digital or non-digital assignments; reading and writing; work on daily assignments or longer, project-based learning activities, and independent or collaborative projects.

    Live Instruction
    Live Connections:

    Teachers deliver live instruction and communication to the whole class or in small groups. This instruction includes intensive support for students who need it, including students learning English and students with special needs. Live instruction will be limited to 20-30 minutes per session and students will not be engaging in these live connections more than two hours each day. Support for individual students or small groups may vary as needed.

    LSSD Core 4 ElementaryLSSD Core 4 Secondary
    Consistent Mode of Communication:

    Based on feedback last spring, we have prioritized creating a more consistent experience for students and families.

    The Homebase will provide one landing place for students to find assignments, links to live connection sessions, and to receive communication from teachers.

    Seesaw was chosen at the elementary level as it allows for rich family engagement, and a robust system for even the youngest students to engage with.

    Google Classroom had positive feedback from our secondary students last spring as a “one stop shop.” It syncs with students’ district Google calendar to track all assignment due dates in one location, and allows for families to receive weekly digest emails about student activity and progress.

  • Distance Learning Schedules

    On Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, preschool students will meet for a combination of "on demand," asynchronous learning and "live," synchronous learning. During these four days, students and families can expect to be learning in the following ways:

    1. Live Whole/Small Group (Morning Meeting/Circle Time)
      • Families, students and staff will connect for live learning opportunities.
      • Families and students will receive an outline of what students will be working on over the week. (Example: Second Step: Welcoming Friends, Math: Counting to 5, Writing (How to draw a circle or Mat-Man, Reading...)
      • Engaging activities - songs, stories, games and sharing
    2. Watching Pre-Recorded, “On Demand” Learning Video Lessons
      • Topics will cover essential standards and include Second Step, communication, art/motor activities, writing/shapes, counting and number sense, and other topics
      • The focus of these lessons may also include work that supports students’ development, IEP goals, Individual Student Learning Plans (ECEAP) and Essential standards
    3. Live Lunch Bunch Groups
      • The focus of this time will be on building connections, social skills and communication skills
      • Live Small Group Instruction (Facilitated by ELC Staff) Students and staff will review, expand, and apply concepts from pre-recorded learning videos. Students will be provided feedback from students’ previous day’s work that was posted through Seesaw by kids/families. Teachers will check in with students/families These connection activities will support social skill development and student engagement
    4. Pre-Recorded Video Story Times
    5. Engaging Physical Activities and Projects
      • These may include art/motor/craft projects, pre-reading activities, math games and writing. Supplies will be provided.
    Kindergarten - M, T, Thu & Fri
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time.
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Morning Meetings are live
    9:00 - 9:30

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:30 - 10:15

    Real Time Live Learning Block 1

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    10:15 - 10:30 Recess Break
    10:30 - 11:15

    Real Time Live Learning Block 2

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    11:15 - 11:30 Self Paced Learning or Recess Break
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Specialists may also offer real time "live" synchronous opportunities to a designated group of students; families will be notified in advance
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 1:45

    Student Flexible Work Time

    Small group and 1:1 activities listed here will be pre-arranged by your teacher a week prior. This is also a time your child's teacher is available to speak with you if you have questions.

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • A blend of on-screen and off-screen activities
    • Students connect with classroom teachers and others in 1:1 and small groups
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers provide targeted services for programs such as special education, LAP and Title, highly capable, English learning, etc., as well as small groups of students who need extra intervention or remediation
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    1:45 - 3:00

    Learning Lab

    This time is designed for students to be able to access academic support on a “drop in” or pre-scheduled basis. This time may look like:

    • Parents can sign up for a time to ensure a focused learning opportunity
    • Students could choose to join in to access support with any task they are working on
    Kindergarten - Wednesday
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Wednesday Morning Meetings are either live or on demand
    9:00 - 9:30

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration
    9:30 - 10:15

    On Demand Learning Block 1

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflecting on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    10:15 - 10:30 Recess Break
    10:30 - 11:15

    On Demand Learning Block 2

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    11:15 - 11:30 Self Paced Learning or Recess Break
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 3:00

    Student Flexible Work Time/Teacher Work Time

    • Students engage in on-screen and off-screen learning from the week's assigned learning activities
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand, asynchronous instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    1st Grade - M, T, Thu & Fri
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:00 - 9:30

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time.
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Morning Meetings are live
    9:30 - 9:45

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:45 - 10:30

    Real Time Live Learning Block 1

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    10:30 - 10:45 Recess Break
    10:45 - 11:30

    Real Time Live Learning Block 2

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Specialists may also offer real time "live" synchronous opportunities to a designated group of students; families will be notified in advance
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 1:45

    Student Flexible Work Time

    Small group and 1:1 activities listed here will be pre-arranged by your teacher a week prior. This is also a time your child's teacher is available to speak with you if you have questions.

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • A blend of on-screen and off-screen activities
    • Students connect with classroom teachers and others in 1:1 and small groups
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers provide targeted services for programs such as special education, LAP and Title, highly capable, English learning, etc., as well as small groups of students who need extra intervention or remediation
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    1:45 - 3:00

    Learning Lab

    This time is designed for students to be able to access academic support on a “drop in” or pre-scheduled basis. This time may look like:

    • Parents can sign up for a time to ensure a focused learning opportunity
    • Students could choose to join in to access support with any task they are working on
    1st Grade - Wednesday
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:00 - 9:30

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Wednesday Morning Meetings are either live or on demand
    9:30 - 9:45

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration
    9:45 - 10:30

    On Demand Learning Block 1

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflecting on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    10:30 - 10:45 Recess Break
    10:45 - 11:30

    On Demand Learning Block 2

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 3:00

    Student Flexible Work Time/Teacher Work Time

    • Students engage in on-screen and off-screen learning from the week's assigned learning activities
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand, asynchronous instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    2nd Grade - M, T, Thu & Fri
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time.
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Morning Meetings are live
    9:00 - 9:30

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:30 - 10:15

    Real Time Live Learning Block 1

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    10:15 - 10:30 Recess Break
    10:30 - 11:15

    Real Time Live Learning Block 2

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    11:15 - 11:30 Self Paced Learning or Recess Break
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Specialists may also offer real time "live" synchronous opportunities to a designated group of students; families will be notified in advance
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 1:45

    Student Flexible Work Time

    Small group and 1:1 activities listed here will be pre-arranged by your teacher a week prior. This is also a time your child's teacher is available to speak with you if you have questions.

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • A blend of on-screen and off-screen activities
    • Students connect with classroom teachers and others in 1:1 and small groups
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers provide targeted services for programs such as special education, LAP and Title, highly capable, English learning, etc., as well as small groups of students who need extra intervention or remediation
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    1:45 - 3:00

    Learning Lab

    This time is designed for students to be able to access academic support on a “drop in” or pre-scheduled basis. This time may look like:

    • Parents can sign up for a time to ensure a focused learning opportunity
    • Students could choose to join in to access support with any task they are working on
    2nd Grade - Wednesday
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Wednesday Morning Meetings are either live or on demand
    9:00 - 9:30

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration
    9:30 - 10:15

    On Demand Learning Block 1

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflecting on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    10:15 - 10:30 Recess Break
    10:30 - 11:15

    On Demand Learning Block 2

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    11:15 - 11:30 Self Paced Learning or Recess Break
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 3:00

    Student Flexible Work Time/Teacher Work Time

    • Students engage in on-screen and off-screen learning from the week's assigned learning activities
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand, asynchronous instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    3rd Grade - M, T, Thu & Fri
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:00 - 9:30

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time.
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Morning Meetings are live
    9:30 - 9:45

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:45 - 10:30

    Real Time Live Learning Block 1

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    10:30 - 10:45 Recess Break
    10:45 - 11:30

    Real Time Live Learning Block 2

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Specialists may also offer real time "live" synchronous opportunities to a designated group of students; families will be notified in advance
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 1:45

    Student Flexible Work Time

    Small group and 1:1 activities listed here will be pre-arranged by your teacher a week prior. This is also a time your child's teacher is available to speak with you if you have questions.

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • A blend of on-screen and off-screen activities
    • Students connect with classroom teachers and others in 1:1 and small groups
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers provide targeted services for programs such as special education, LAP and Title, highly capable, English learning, etc., as well as small groups of students who need extra intervention or remediation
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    1:45 - 3:00

    Learning Lab

    This time is designed for students to be able to access academic support on a “drop in” or pre-scheduled basis. This time may look like:

    • Parents can sign up for a time to ensure a focused learning opportunity
    • Students could choose to join in to access support with any task they are working on
    3rd Grade - Wednesday
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:00 - 9:30

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Wednesday Morning Meetings are either live or on demand
    9:30 - 9:45

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration
    9:45 - 10:30

    On Demand Learning Block 1

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflecting on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    10:30 - 10:45 Recess Break
    10:45 - 11:30

    On Demand Learning Block 2

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 3:00

    Student Flexible Work Time/Teacher Work Time

    • Students engage in on-screen and off-screen learning from the week's assigned learning activities
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand, asynchronous instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    4th Grade - M, T, Thu & Fri
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time.
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Morning Meetings are live
    9:00 - 9:30

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:30 - 10:15

    Real Time Live Learning Block 1

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    10:15 - 10:30 Recess Break
    10:30 - 11:15

    Real Time Live Learning Block 2

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    11:15 - 11:30 Self Paced Learning or Recess Break
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Specialists may also offer real time "live" synchronous opportunities to a designated group of students; families will be notified in advance
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 1:45

    Student Flexible Work Time

    Small group and 1:1 activities listed here will be pre-arranged by your teacher a week prior. This is also a time your child's teacher is available to speak with you if you have questions.

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • A blend of on-screen and off-screen activities
    • Students connect with classroom teachers and others in 1:1 and small groups
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers provide targeted services for programs such as special education, LAP and Title, highly capable, English learning, etc., as well as small groups of students who need extra intervention or remediation
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    1:45 - 3:00

    Learning Lab

    This time is designed for students to be able to access academic support on a “drop in” or pre-scheduled basis. This time may look like:

    • Parents can sign up for a time to ensure a focused learning opportunity
    • Students could choose to join in to access support with any task they are working on
    4th Grade - Wednesday
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Wednesday Morning Meetings are either live or on demand
    9:00 - 9:30

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration
    9:30 - 10:15

    On Demand Learning Block 1

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflecting on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    10:15 - 10:30 Recess Break
    10:30 - 11:15

    On Demand Learning Block 2

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    11:15 - 11:30 Self Paced Learning or Recess Break
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 3:00

    Student Flexible Work Time/Teacher Work Time

    • Students engage in on-screen and off-screen learning from the week's assigned learning activities
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand, asynchronous instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    5th Grade - M, T, Thu & Fri
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:00 - 9:30

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time.
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday Morning Meetings are live
    9:30 - 9:45

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:45 - 10:30

    Real Time Live Learning Block 1

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    10:30 - 10:45 Recess Break
    10:45 - 11:30

    Real Time Live Learning Block 2

    • Primary focus is on math and literacy instruction
    • Teachers engage in whole-class learning to reinforce learning from on demand synchronous videos
    • Teachers use small group learning to target instruction
    • Students focus primarily on literacy and math to begin the year
    • Science, social studies, and STEAM will be embedded as the year goes on
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Specialists may also offer real time "live" synchronous opportunities to a designated group of students; families will be notified in advance
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 1:45

    Student Flexible Work Time

    Small group and 1:1 activities listed here will be pre-arranged by your teacher a week prior. This is also a time your child's teacher is available to speak with you if you have questions.

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • A blend of on-screen and off-screen activities
    • Students connect with classroom teachers and others in 1:1 and small groups
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers provide targeted services for programs such as special education, LAP and Title, highly capable, English learning, etc., as well as small groups of students who need extra intervention or remediation
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    1:45 - 3:00

    Learning Lab

    This time is designed for students to be able to access academic support on a “drop in” or pre-scheduled basis. This time may look like:

    • Parents can sign up for a time to ensure a focused learning opportunity
    • Students could choose to join in to access support with any task they are working on
    5th Grade - Wednesday
    Time Activity
    8:30 - 9:00

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration, or unstructured activity
    9:00 - 9:30

    Morning Meeting

    • Students' daily opportunity to grow their social and emotional skills, and develop a sense of classroom community
    • Students' social emotional learning and support occurs during this time
    • Teachers teach Second Step curriculum
    • Wednesday Morning Meetings are either live or on demand
    9:30 - 9:45

    Self Paced Learning

    • Independent reading, writing, exploration
    9:45 - 10:30

    On Demand Learning Block 1

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflecting on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    10:30 - 10:45 Recess Break
    10:45 - 11:30

    On Demand Learning Block 2

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching on demand, asynchronous learning videos that have been assigned through Seesaw)
    • Students turn in work through Seesaw and reflect on feedback in order to revise
    • Students complete iReady Math and Reading lessons (15 min/day, 4 days a week)
    • Teachers collaborate with peers on student learning and growth
    • Teachers review student assignments and assessments, provide feedback, and adjust instruction
    11:30 - 12:00

    PE, Music, and Library

    • Students watch on demand lessons in music, PE, and library
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    12:00 - 12:30 Lunch & Recess
    12:30 - 3:00

    Student Flexible Work Time/Teacher Work Time

    • Students engage in on-screen and off-screen learning from the week's assigned learning activities
    • Teachers engage in professional learning on best practices and the uses of digital instructional tools
    • Teachers evaluate student work and provide feedback to students for next steps
    • Teachers record on demand, asynchronous instructional videos, and plan for future learning
    • Teachers collaborate with grade level teammates and support staff
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    Secondary - M, T, Thu & Fri
    Activity Activity During This Time
    Professional Time
    8:00 - 9:00
    • Students review the day's schedule and tasks, and plan which 1:1 and small group support to access today
    • Students work on assignments, including watching asynchronous learning videos and engaging in learning activities
    • Teacher collaborates with colleagues, plans lessons, reviews student learning to adjust instruction
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    Student Support
    9:00 - 9:30
    • Students work on assignments, including watching asynchronous learning videos and engaging in learning activities
    • Students turn in work through Google Classroom; reflecting on feedback and revise work
    • Students attend small group or 1:1 instructional groups
    • Students collaborate with peers on group projects
    • Students attend optional clubs and activities
    • Teacher provide targeted support for special education, English learners, and other populations
    • Teacher connect with students 1:1
    • Teacher communicates with families
    • Teacher runs optional clubs and activities
    • Teacher collaborates with colleagues, plans lessons, and reviews student learning to adjust instruction
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    Passing Time: 10 Minutes
    Period One
    9:40 - 11:10

    9:40 - 10:10 - Real-Time "Live" Learning

    • Students enter Google Meet at the start of Real Time learning
    • Teacher reinforces new instruction of pre-recorded "On Demand" asynchronous videos in whole-group and small-group environments
    • Students collaborate on group learning

    10:10 - 11:10 - Flexible Learning

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching asynchronous learning videos)
    • Students enter Google Meet as needed or as directed by classroom teacher for individualized and small group support
    • Students collaborate on group learning
    Lunch Period 11:10 - 11:40
    Period Two
    11:40 - 1:10

    11:40 - 12:10 - Real-Time "Live" Learning:

    • Students enter Google Meet at the start of Real Time learning
    • Teacher reinforces new instruction of pre-recorded "On Demand" asynchronous videos in whole-group and small-group environments
    • Students collaborate on group learning

    12:10 - 1:10 - Flexible Learning:

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching asynchronous learning videos)
    • Students enter Google Meet as needed or as directed by classroom teacher for individualized and small group support
    • Students collaborate on group learning
    Passing Time: 10 Minutes
    Period Three
    1:120 - 2:50

    1:20 - 1:50 - Real-Time "Live" Learning:

    • Students enter Google Meet at the start of Real Time learning
    • Teacher reinforces new instruction of pre-recorded "On Demand" asynchronous videos in whole-group and small-group environments
    • Students collaborate on group learning

    1:50-2:50 - Flexible Learning:

    • Students work on weekly assignments (including watching asynchronous learning videos)
    • Students enter Google Meet as needed or as directed by classroom teacher for individualized and small group support
    • Students collaborate on group learning
    Passing Time: 10 Minutes
    Student Support
    3:00 - 3:30
    • Students access support of counselor/mental health teams
    • Students attend small group or 1:1 support as needed
    • Teachers contact families
    • Teachers provide social and emotional supports for struggling students
    • Specialists case manage student needs
    • Teachers available to provide support to families
    Secondary - Wednesday
    Activity Student's Activities
    Professional Time
    8:00 - 10:00
    • Create a daily plan to ensure success
    • Review schedule, tasks, and plan which 1:1 and small group support you'll access today
    • Working on assignments, including watching asynchronous learning videos for today
    Period 1
    10:00 - 11:30
    • Work on assignments, including watching asynchronous learning videos for today's lessons
    • Turn in work through Google Classroom; reflect on feedback and revise work
    • Collaborate with students on group projects
    Lunch Period 11:30 - 12:00
    Periods 2 and 3
    12:00 - 3:00
    • Work on assignments, including watching asynchronous learning videos for today's lessons
    • Turn in work through Google Classroom; reflect on feedback and revise work
    • Collaborate with students on group projects
    Student Support
    3:00 - 3:30
    • Access support through counselor or mental health teams
    • Work on weekly assignments (including watching asynchronous learning videos)
    • Turn in work through Google Classroom; reflect on feedback and revise work
    • Attend small group or 1:1 support as needed