Definitions and Terminology
The model of learning involving solely synchronous and asynchronous learning without in-person instruction.
The model of learning involving a combination of scheduled in-person instruction for two days per week, and three days per week of online synchronous and asynchronous instruction from their teacher.
The model of learning involving all, or nearly all, instruction in an in-person setting with a teacher.
The model of learning involving all, or nearly all, instruction supported by the parent/guardian with weekly check-in support with a teacher. This is for a student who is able to achieve academic success on their own, with minimal support or supervision. This model is not recommended for elementary or middle school students.
A student who is able to achieve academic success on their own, with minimal support or supervision.
A student who benefits from or requires additional supports in order to experience academic success.
Common Learning Day
Designated day when teachers will meet virtually with every student during a schedule to launch learning activities for the week.