Continuity of Learning and COVID-19 Response Plan (“Plan”) Application

As a result of COVID-19 and the closing of school buildings for the 2019-20 School Year, school districts must submit a Continuity of Learning and COVID-19 Response Plan (“Plan”) in order to continue to receive state aid for operations. Although schools are closed and not providing in-person instruction, teaching and learning must continue. Michigan educators have been called to provide our students with continued learning. 

There are varied states of readiness to provide continuity in learning among districts. Even within districts of multiple school sites, there are varied states of readiness. It is expected that schools will provide instruction at a distance using a variety of methods that meet local needs, including printed materials, phone contact, email, virtual learning, or a combination to meet student needs. We should avoid assuming that continuity in learning can only occur through online means. 

While many educators have been providing distance learning opportunities, the Governor’s Executive Order (EO 2020-35) requires all schools to begin providing learning opportunities for all students no later than April 28, 2020. Districts who are able to begin their plans earlier are encouraged to do so. 

Each District shall submit a single completed Assurance Document, Budget Outline, and Continuity of Learning Plan to its Intermediate School District. Each Public School Academy shall submit a completed Assurance Document, Budget Outline, and Continuity of Learning Plan to its Authorizer. A single Application should be filed for the district rather than multiple applications for individual schools within a district. The following items are required for the application which may be submitted beginning April 8, 2020: 

  1. Assurances Document
  2. Continuity of Learning Plan
  3. Budget Outline 

Continuity of Learning and COVID-19 Response Plan (“Plan”) Guiding Principles 

As Districts and Public School Academies complete the Assurances and Continuity of Learning Plans, they should consider utilizing the following principles to guide their work: 

Keep Students at the Center 

Intentional outreach to continue building relationships and maintain connections. Help students feel safe and valued. At minimum, plan to do the following: 

  • Plan for Student Learning: Build on each student’s strengths, interests, and needs and use this knowledge to positively affect learning. 
  • Develop a Weekly Plan and Schedule: Offer routines and structures for consistency and for the balancing of think time, work time, and play time for health and well-being. 
  • Contact Families: Partner to support student learning through ongoing communication and collaboration. This will not look the same for every student and family—safety remains the priority. Provide translations as necessary. 

Design Learning for Equity and Access 

Plan and deliver content in multiple ways so all students can access learning. 

  • Teach Content: Set goals using knowledge of each student, content area standards, and of Michigan Merit Curriculum. 
  • Deliver Flexible Instruction: Consider how to deliver content depending on tools and resources accessible to each student. Alternative modes of instruction may include use of online learning, telephone communications, email, virtual instruction, videos, slideshows, project-based learning, use of instructional packets, or a combination to meet diverse student needs. 
  • Engage Families: Communicate with families about engagement strategies to support students as they access the learning. Families are critical partners. Provide translations as necessary. 

Assess Student Learning 

Manage and monitor student learning and plan what’s next for learning including the potential need for summer and supplemental learning. 

  • Check Student Learning: Use a variety of strategies to monitor, assess, and provide feedback to students about their learning. 
  • Make Instructional Adjustments: Use formative assessment results to guide educators’ reflection on effectiveness of instruction and to determine next steps for student learning. 
  • Engage Families: Communicate with families about assessment results in order to inform next steps and the potential for supplemental summer learning. Provide translations as necessary.

Ingham ISD Complete Continuity of Learning Plan

Continuity of Learning and COVID-19 Response Plan (“Plan”) Assurances

Date Submitted: April 9, 2020

Name of District: Ingham Intermediate School District (Ingham ISD)

Address of District: 2630 W. Howell Rd., Mason, MI 48854

District Code Number: 33000

Email Address of the District: jmellema@inghamisd.org

Name of Intermediate School District: Ingham Intermediate School District (Ingham ISD)

Name of Authorizing Body (if applicable):

In accordance with Executive Order 2020-35 a Plan must include all of the following parts:

  1. Please describe the methods the district will use to provide alternative modes of instruction other than in-person instruction and a summary of materials each pupil and the pupil’s parents or guardians will need to access meaningfully the alternative modes of instruction included in the Plan. If the Plan relies on electronic instruction, the Plan must ensure to the extent feasible that pupils have access to a connected device capable of accessing the electronic instruction and must not penalize a pupil for the pupil’s inability to fully participate.

    “Alternative modes of instruction” means modes of pupil instruction, other than in-person instruction, that may include, without limitation, partnerships with other districts or intermediate districts or community colleges or institutions of higher education, use of vendors, use of online learning, telephone communications, email, virtual instruction, videos, slideshows, project-based learning, use of instructional packets, or a hybrid of multiple modes of learning that still promote recommended practices for social distancing to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.

    District/ PSA Response:
    Ingham ISD plans to use a hybrid model of instruction using hard copy instructional packets and online learning platforms. For those students/families that have internet access, but don't have a device, all attempts will be made to make devices available. Students/families without internet access or for students/families who online learning isn’t functional, may access instructional materials through a weekly or monthly instructional packet mailed to the home of the student. All students/families will need access to materials such as paper, pencils, scissors and crayons, which will be made available to families that don't have these materials. All students/families will have access to grade-level or instructional level course materials and/or textbooks as needed to complete their work. The District is committed to providing learning from a distance for all students including eligible students in applicable programs, including Early On, preK12 students with IEPs, students with 504 plans and students (18-26) in post-secondary transition programs. These may be provided in coordination with partner programs (e.g. The Early College, HSDCI, Graduation Alliance, E2020, MVU...). The District is committed to making a best faith effort to provide support for those students with specialized needs. The District will not penalize a pupil for the pupil's inability to fully participate.
     
  2. Please describe the methods the district will use to keep pupils at the center of educational activities, including outreach to continue building relationships and maintain connections, and to help pupils feel safe and valued.

    District/ PSA Response:
    Teachers will be expected to attempt contact with every student at least one time each week or as outlined in individual family plans. This may be done through the use of technology (for those who have access), virtual meetings, email, texts or through phone calls. For students/families with technology access, classroom teachers will communicate multiple times each week through the instructional platform (Google Classroom, or Moodle), with an emphasis on continuing to build relationships and maintaining connections. If students/families do not have access to technology or for students/families whose online learning isn’t functional, teachers may include weekly notes to students/families in their instructional packet that focus on building relationships and maintaining connections. We will provide a weekly newsletter to foster communication and building relationships. We will attempt to facilitate families sharing their successful practices with each other to support coping during this time.

    For students/families who are not consistently responding to teacher communication and/or are not consistently completing content assignments, a building / program support person (ex: social worker, counselor) will attempt to reach out to ensure student safety and well-being. This will occur by the teacher sharing the student name with an administrator so that the administrator can assign the student to a support person for contact. A feedback loop will occur back to the administrator and teacher.
     
  3. Please describe the district’s plans to deliver content in multiple ways so that all pupils can access learning.

    District/ PSA Response:
    For those students/families without technology, or for students/families whose online learning isn’t functional, the main mode of delivery will be through hard copy instructional packets that may include activities, notes, worked examples, and practice documents. Teachers will attempt to supplement with phone conferencing to provide feedback and support instruction. The instructional packets will be delivered via the US mail, GLG, drop-off or pickup.

    For students/families with technology, content may be delivered through the online platform, email, other social media sites or through hard copy instructional packets. Teachers will be available through synchronous instruction multiple times per week where appropriate during published “office hours” and asynchronous instruction through pre-made resources (which may include screencasts, linked videos, electronic documents, etc.).

    Our Early Childhood home visiting programs will attempt to support families who can utilize technology through TelePractice (video conferencing) and/or support via phone, text, and mail. For families that do not have access to technology, we will make every attempt to provide them with devices and access. For those families where the TelePractice is not feasible, we will attempt to provide families with an opportunity to access asynchronous instruction if possible and in addition, monthly calendars containing daily age-appropriate activities and other appropriate instruction in all developmental domains. Service providers will remain in bi-weekly communication with families whenever possible.
     
  4. Please describe the district’s plans to manage and monitor learning by pupils.

    District/ PSA Response:
    For students/families without technology access, or for students/families whose online learning isn’t functional, we will attempt to collect learning packets each week through the mail or possibly drop-off and pick-up. Teachers will review the learning packets and attempt to provide feedback to the student during their weekly phone call. Learning packets with written feedback will be returned via US mail or drop-off and pick-up to the student. Feedback from the teacher will include differentiated work as needed, along with examples to support student learning. An example of this may be providing a student that is struggling with double-digit subtraction practice and several written examples with the steps. A phone call could also be used as a follow-up if needed.

    For students/families with technology, teachers will monitor student access and assignment completion within the instructional platform. Teachers will provide feedback to students/families on assignments through the instructional platform, virtual meetings, email, or phone calls as they are completed. Teachers will attempt to differentiate instruction within the platform to meet each student's needs.
     
  5. Please attach a budget outline estimating additional expenditures associated with the Plan and sources of revenue to pay for those expenditures.

    District/ PSA Response:
    Budget would include:

    Technology Needed:
    Technology devices (Chromebooks, hotspots) $20,000.00
    Technology software licenses $5,000.00
    Technology supplies (flash drives, monitors) $500.00
    Monthly internet access fees $5,000.00

    Supplies Needed:
    Supplies, materials (instructional) $10,000.00
    Supplies, materials (support) $1,000.00
    Supplies, cleaning/disinfecting facilities $5,000.00
    Other supplies $1,000.00

    Contracted Services:
    Printing/binding (Great Lakes Graphics, other contracted ) $15,000.00
    Mail/postage $10,000.00
    Mileage (see specific guidance for allowability) $10,000.00
    Other contracted services $1,000.00

    Communications:
    Student/parent communication $2,000.00
    Staff communication $500.00
    Distance learning communication $500.00
    Mental Health Outreach communication $1,000.00

    Total by Funding Source $87,500.00

    Sources Include:
    Operating funds: General, Special, CTE
    Grant funds, based on allowability under the grant
     
  6. Please describe the manner in which district administrators, board members, teachers, and any representatives of teachers collaborated in the development of the Plan.

    District/ PSA Response:
    Ingham ISD created a Continuity of Learning taskforce that consisted of administrators from the instructional departments across the ISD (Early Childhood, Special Education, Wilson Talent Center, and General Education), Instructional Technology consultants, Educational Consultants, IT representatives, Human Resources, and our Communications Department. The initial actions were to reach out to students/families to attempt to continue relationships. Staff also conducted surveys with families to determine their access to devices and the internet. These plans were reviewed by the Ingham ISD administration and the school board. We then started designing instructional support and training for staff. The taskforce shared the plan with administrators across the ISD and solicited feedback. The administrators then shared with their staff, again collecting feedback and asking staff for training and support needs.

    In the weeks prior to implementing continuous learning, staff will determine critical content, and/or critical IFSP/IEP goals, for the remainder of the year. They will also collaborate to determine methods, instructional activities, and resources for students/families. The Ingham ISD Continuity of Learning taskforce will continue to meet regularly to collaborate, review ongoing feedback and input, adjust the plan as needed and support our internal programs throughout the remainder of the school-year.
     
  7. Please describe the methods the district will use to notify pupils and parents or guardians of the Plan.

    District/ PSA Response:
    The plan will be communicated through a letter mailed to each family, shared through email to those that have access and posted to the district website and other social media platforms as well. As staff has been reaching out to each family, they will include the plan in their weekly communications.
     
  8. Please provide an estimate of the date on which the district will begin implementation of the Plan, which must be no later than April 28, 2008.

    District/ PSA Response:
    Staff started reaching out to families on April 2nd. The instructional component for all programs will start the week of April 20th, 2020.
     
  9. Please describe the assistance, to the extent feasible, to pupils enrolled in any postsecondary dual enrollment courses under Public Act 160 of 1996, as amended, MCL 388.511 to 388.524, and Career and Technical Preparation Act, 258 PA 2000, as amended, MCL 388.1901 to 388.1913, in completing the courses during the 2019-2020 school year.

    District/ PSA Response:
    For our students/families in dual enrollment courses, we will be working with the provider to determine the next steps. We will ensure that the students/families have the appropriate materials and support to complete those courses.

    We will also work with students/families in certification programs to allow flexibility in testing and achieving certification. We are hopeful at this point that certification exams can be given over the summer starting July 1, 2020, through August 31, 2020.
     
  10. Please describe how the district will continue to provide or arrange for the continuation of food distribution to eligible pupils.

    District/ PSA Response:
    The Ingham ISD has not directly provided food but rather coordinated with local districts' outreach of food distribution to ensure that our student population is being offered food through local district distribution plans. In addition, Ingham ISD works with local agencies to provide Weekend Survival Backpacks to approximately 20 families who require assistance and continue to work with any individual families that may have further challenges.
     
  11. Please confirm that the district will continue to pay school employees while redeploying staff to provide meaningful work in the context of the Plan, subject to any applicable requirements of a collective bargaining agreement.

    District/ PSA Response:
    All of the staff at the ISD will continue to receive compensation as we transition to our continuity of learning plan. We are in the process of determining how roles and responsibilities will change as we make this transition.
     
  12. Provide describe how the district will evaluate the participation of pupils in the Plan.

    District/ PSA Response:
    If a student does not have access to technology, or for students/families whose online learning isn’t functional, teachers will keep track of student progress and or completion of instructional activities. They will also attempt to log all communication with students and families noting student wellness.

    If a student has access to technology, teachers will use the instructional platform to monitor student progress, engagement, completion of instructional activities and overall wellness. They will also attempt to log communication with students and families.

    Inconsistent completion and/or communication with a parent or student will be raised to a Student Engagement Team to leverage other staff to make connections to families via alternative methods including but limited to social media and written communication via the postal service. Additional support from ancillary staff or outside agencies may be sought to make these connections.
     
  13. Please describe how the district will provide mental health supports to pupils affected by a state of emergency or state of disaster prompted by COVID-19.

    District/ PSA Response:
    The ISD is surveying all students and families to determine their current physical and mental health needs. Based on those results, staff will help connect the family to outside agencies to help meet their needs. While instructional and related service staff are attempting contact via weekly phone calls, text messages or emails they will attempt to monitor and assess the needs of students and families. If a need is identified, the teacher will elevate that need to the administrator who will then assign that student to support staff to make the necessary follow-up. The support staff will report back to the administrator and staff member once contact/support was given to ensure a feedback loop of information. The administrator will hold weekly meetings with teachers to identify any additional students or families in need.
     
  14. Please describe how the district will support the efforts of the intermediate district in which the district is located to mobilize disaster relief child care centers as described in Executive Order 2020-16 or any executive order that follow it.

    District/ PSA Response:
    Ingham ISD is working with the Central Resource Center to continuously update which child care centers and homes are open and the number of openings available by age. Families can access the request for emergency child care via the ISD website, linking them to HelpMeGrow Michigan. The Central Resource Center then matches family requests with child care openings in our area. The Executive Director of Early Childhood Services receives daily updates on openings and weekly updates on requests to determine if there are gaps in care and if there is a need to create disaster relief centers.
     
  15. Optional question: Does the District to adopt a balanced calendar instructional program for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year? Does the District plan to adopt a balanced calendar instructional program for the 2020-2021 school year?

    District/ PSA Response:
    Ingham ISD is looking into the possibility of a few programs at this time.

Name of District Leader Jason Mellema

2019-20 School Calendar by Program

Ingham ISD Program or Service 2019-20 School Year Calendar End Date
Autism Spectrum Disorder - East Lansing  June 5, 2020
Autism Spectrum Disorder - Stockbridge June 4, 2020
Early On Year-round
Evergreen June 5, 2020
Great Parents, Great Start Year-round
Great Start Readiness Program (Preschool) Check with local district or community provider
Heartwood School

June 5, 2020 - Summer Session Info Pending
Watch for an email from Principal, Alexis Adams

Ingham Academy June 5, 2020
Malcolm Williams June 5, 2020
Project SEARCH - State of Michigan June 5, 2020
Project SEARCH - Spartan June 5, 2020
St. Vincent's Home June 5, 2020
Secondary Learning Center June 5, 2020
Students for Adult Independent Living June 5, 2020
Wilson Talent Center June 5, 2020

AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER PROGRAM REMOTE LEARNING PARENT LETTER

April 17, 2020

Dear Families,

Ingham Intermediate School District has developed a Continuity of Learning Plan (CLP) for all of the programs and services we deliver. Over the past two weeks, our program staff have been hard at work reviewing our individual family needs from the family survey and organizing how to deliver instruction.

This week, program staff are developing individual Contingency Plans to address each learner’s unique educational needs based on their IEP. In preparation for our full rollout of the district Continuity of Learning Plan and the individual Contingency Plans during the week of Monday, April 20, 2020, our program staff will:

  • Check-in and collaborate with families about Contingency Plans
  • Ensure students have appropriate learning materials
  • Confirm students have access to their preferred instructional modality
  • Provide students and families program-specific details for distance learning success

During distance learning for the next seven weeks, we hope students are able to participate as much as possible and continue to learn and grow. We are sensitive to the challenges that many are experiencing during this time. If your student and family are experiencing challenges that prevent participation, please reach out to your teacher or administrator.

Families can do the following to help students continue to grow:

  • Encourage students to participate
  • Recognize the importance of academic and social connections with school
  • Communicate regularly with program staff

Implementing a remote learning plan under these circumstances is a challenge. We will continue to work hard to make this the best experience possible. Staff are quickly learning new ways to teach, students will be learning in new ways and families will learn to support their children in new ways. We appreciate your patience as we adjust and learn together. We are working hard to make sure all learners can experience success and we will continue to adapt and improve through the weeks ahead.

Thank you for your continued effort and support during these challenging times. Our teachers and staff look forward to connecting and providing students and families the best experience we possibly can.

Sincerely,

Suzi Meyer

Director, ASD Programs

EARLY CHILDHOOD REMOTE LEARNING FAMILY LETTER

Dear Families,

Ingham Intermediate School District has a Continuity of Learning Plan (CLP) for all of the programs we offer. Over the past two weeks, our early childhood staff have been working hard reviewing the needs of our families from the survey you completed. The information helps us better understand how we can help you.

By now you have likely heard from our program staff, they will continue to:

  • Check in and work with families
  • Make sure you have learning materials
  • Provide you with details about distance learning

We want your child to continue to learn and grow. We understand many of you may be facing challenges during this time. We encourage your participation to continue however you can. Reach out to our program staff for help.

Remote learning is challenging, but we are all in this together. We will work hard to make this the best experience possible. We thank you for your patience as we adjust and learn together. There are also resources available on our website at www.inghamisd.org.

We will make progress in the weeks ahead. Our early childhood staff look forward to connecting and providing you the best experience we possibly can.

Sincerely,

Michelle Nicholson

Executive Director, Early Childhood Services

EVERGREEN AND SECONDARY LEARNING CENTER REMOTE LEARNING PARENT LETTER

April 22, 2020

Dear Families,

Ingham Intermediate School District has developed a Continuity of Learning Plan (CLP) for all of the programs and services we deliver.  Over the past two weeks, our program staff have been hard at work reviewing our individual family needs from the family survey and organizing how to deliver instruction. 

This week, program staff are developing individual Contingency Plans to address each learner’s unique educational needs based on their IEP.  In preparation for our full rollout of the district Continuity of Learning Plan and the individual Contingency Plans the week of Monday, April 20, 2020, our program staff will:

  • Check-in and collaborate with families about Contingency Plans
  • Ensure students have appropriate learning materials
  • Confirm students have access to their preferred instructional modality
  • Provide students and families program-specific details for distance learning success

During distance learning for the next seven weeks we hope students are able to participate as much as possible and continue to learn and grow. We are sensitive to the challenges that many are experiencing during this time. If your student and family are experiencing challenges that prevent participation, please reach out to your teacher or administrator.

Families can do the following to help students continue to grow:

  • Encourage students to participate
  • Recognize the importance of academic and social connections with school
  • Communicate regularly with program staff

Implementing a remote learning plan under these circumstances is a challenge. We will continue to work hard to make this the best experience possible. Staff are quickly learning new ways to teach, students will be learning in new ways and families will learn to support their children in new ways. We appreciate your patience as we adjust and learn together. We are working hard to make sure all learners can experience success and we will continue to adapt and improve through the weeks ahead.

Thank you for your continued effort and support during these challenging times. Our teachers and staff look forward to connecting and providing students and families the best experience we possibly can.

Sincerely,

Denise Lycos

Principal, EI Programs

HEARTWOOD SCHOOL REMOTE LEARNING PARENT LETTER

April 17, 2020

Dear Families,

Ingham Intermediate School District has developed a Continuity of Learning Plan (CLP) for all of the programs and services we deliver. Over the past two weeks, our program staff have been hard at work reviewing our individual family needs from the family survey and organizing how to deliver instruction.

This week, program staff are developing individual Contingency Plans to address each learner’s unique educational needs based on their IEP. In preparation for our full rollout of the district Continuity of Learning Plan and the individual Contingency Plans during the week of Monday, April 20, 2020, our program staff will:

  • Check-in and collaborate with families about Contingency Plans
  • Ensure students have appropriate learning materials
  • Confirm students have access to their preferred instructional modality
  • Provide students and families program-specific details for distance learning success

During distance learning for the next seven weeks, we hope students are able to participate as much as possible and continue to learn and grow. We are sensitive to the challenges that many are experiencing during this time. If your student and family are experiencing challenges that prevent participation, please reach out to your teacher or administrator.

Families can do the following to help students continue to grow:

  • Encourage students to participate
  • Recognize the importance of academic and social connections with school
  • Communicate regularly with program staff

Implementing a remote learning plan under these circumstances is a challenge. We will continue to work hard to make this the best experience possible. Staff are quickly learning new ways to teach, students will be learning in new ways and families will learn to support their children in new ways. We appreciate your patience as we adjust and learn together. We are working hard to make sure all learners can experience success and we will continue to adapt and improve through the weeks ahead.

Thank you for your continued effort and support during these challenging times. Our teachers and staff look forward to connecting and providing students and families the best experience we possibly can.

Sincerely,

Alexis Adams

Principal, Heartwood School

INGHAM ACADEMY REMOTE LEARNING PARENT LETTER

April 22, 2020

Dear Ingham Academy Families,

Ingham Intermediate School District has developed a Continuity of Learning Plan (CLP) for all of the programs and services we deliver.  Over the past two weeks, our program staff have been hard at work reviewing our individual family needs from the family survey and organizing how to deliver instruction. 

This week, program staff are developing individual Contingency Plans to address each learner’s educational needs.  In preparation for our full rollout of the district Continuity of Learning Plan and the individual Contingency Plans the week of Monday, April 20, 2020, our program staff will:

  • Ensure students have appropriate learning materials
  • Confirm students have access to their preferred instructional modality
  • Provide students and families program-specific details for distance learning success

During distance learning for the next seven weeks we hope students are able to participate as much as possible and continue to learn and grow. We are sensitive to the challenges that many are experiencing during this time. If your student and family are experiencing challenges that prevent participation, please reach out to your teacher or administrator.

Families can do the following to help students continue to grow:

  • Encourage students to participate
  • Recognize the importance of academic and social connections with school
  • Communicate regularly with program staff

Implementing a remote learning plan under these circumstances is a challenge. We will continue to work hard to make this the best experience possible. Staff are quickly learning new ways to teach, students will be learning in new ways and families will learn to support their children in new ways. We appreciate your patience as we adjust and learn together. We are working hard to make sure all learners can experience success and we will continue to adapt and improve through the weeks ahead.

Thank you for your continued effort and support during these challenging times. Our teachers and staff look forward to connecting and providing students and families the best experience we possibly can.

Sincerely,

Denise Lycos

Principal, EI Programs

TRANSITION PROGRAMS REMOTE LEARNING PARENT LETTER

April 17, 2020

Dear Families,

Ingham Intermediate School District has developed a Continuity of Learning Plan (CLP) for all of the programs and services we deliver. Over the past two weeks, our program staff have been hard at work reviewing our individual family needs from the family survey and organizing how to deliver instruction.

This week, program staff are developing individual Contingency Plans to address each learner’s unique educational needs based on their IEP. In preparation for our full rollout of the district Continuity of Learning Plan and the individual Contingency Plans during the week of Monday, April 20, 2020, our program staff will:

  • Check-in and collaborate with families about Contingency Plans
  • Ensure students have appropriate learning materials
  • Confirm students have access to their preferred instructional modality
  • Provide students and families program-specific details for distance learning success

During distance learning for the next seven weeks, we hope students are able to participate as much as possible and continue to learn and grow. We are sensitive to the challenges that many are experiencing during this time. If your student and family are experiencing challenges that prevent participation, please reach out to your teacher or administrator.

Families can do the following to help students continue to grow:

  • Encourage students to participate
  • Recognize the importance of academic and social connections with school
  • Communicate regularly with program staff

Implementing a remote learning plan under these circumstances is a challenge. We will continue to work hard to make this the best experience possible. Staff are quickly learning new ways to teach, students will be learning in new ways and families will learn to support their children in new ways. We appreciate your patience as we adjust and learn together. We are working hard to make sure all learners can experience success and we will continue to adapt and improve through the weeks ahead.

Thank you for your continued effort and support during these challenging times. Our teachers and staff look forward to connecting and providing students and families the best experience we possibly can.

Sincerely,

Sarah Winslow

Director, Transition Programs