EUSD Learning Model Choice: Full Distance Learning
As our development of learning models continues for the safe return to school, we are in need of important data that will help determine our capacity for on-campus options.

At this time, we are asking you to tell us whether you are planning to choose a Full Distance Learning Model for your child.

Based on feedback so far, we know that:
• A large percentage of our parents prefer on-campus learning five days a week.
• Some families prefer full distance learning at this time because of personal health and safety concerns.

By indicating your choice of a Full Distance Learning Model in this form, you are committing to this option for your child through December. This does not affect your child's placement in School of Choice.

Our robust, high-quality Full Distance Learning program will include increased student and teacher accountability, rigorous learning tasks, and the ability for a more personalized approach to learning for participating students.

Complete one survey for each child who attends an EUSD school by 5 p.m. July 10.

As of this writing, under the current public health regulations and guidelines, the district will not be able to accommodate all of our students on campus every day at the start of the 2020-2021 school year. Our goal is to return to a full-day, five-day on-campus option for every student as soon as possible. Your response here will help us determine the capacity for additional on-campus learning options.

Thank you.

*** For Special Education/504 students ***

The Escondido Union School District (EUSD) must ensure equitable programming under the distance learning options for all students, including children with disabilities. Based on federal guidance, during the period of distance learning, EUSD must ensure that students with disabilities, to the greatest extent possible, are provided the special education and related services identified in his or her Individualized Education Program or Section 504 plan.

According to state guidelines, school districts should use the distance education models selected for all students as the basis for establishing a free appropriate public education. Once your survey is received, EUSD will review your preference and your child’s currently agreed upon plan, and prepare an individualized explanation of what we can provide in the distance learning option of your choice. As a guiding principle, EUSD is seeking to maximize the services currently offered on each student’s regular IEP or 504 plan.

We are also seeking to maximize service delivery configurations including, but not limited to: providing services during students' on- and off-site days as well as using virtual activities and means of instruction. EUSD will be providing parents with individualized information in July regarding what we can provide during this COVID-19 impacted time. At that time, you will have the option to review the plan, connect with a staff member to ask questions, as well as to request an IEP or 504 meeting be held within the first 30 days of the school year.

Parent's or guardian's full name (first, last) *
Daytime phone number *
Email address *
Student's full name (first, last) *
Will you commit to Full Distance Learning for your child for fall 2020? *
What school will your child attend in the 2020-2021 school year? *
What grade will your child enter in August 2020? *
Does this child receive Special Education Services? *
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