Selecting a Learning Option for the Eventual Transition to Blended Learning
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While Roseville Area Schools began the school year with distance learning for all grades, we are preparing for an eventual transition to blended learning, where students are able to attend in-person a limited number of days a week with social distancing.

Even after we make such a transition, some Roseville Area Schools families may prefer a full-time distance learning option for the entire 2020-2021 school year. That is why we created the Roseville Area Schools Distance Learning Academy as our 100% distance learning option for families.

We are asking families with students in Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) and kindergarten through grade six to inform us—through this survey tool—if they want their students to transition to blended learning at their currently enrolled elementary school, or if they prefer to enter the Distance Learning Academy and continue learning from home. Please complete this registration by Friday, September 18.

Dates for registering students in grades seven through 12 for a learning option will be announced soon.

On the next two pages you can learn more about the differences between blended learning and the Distance Learning Academy.
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