In Person and Remote Learning Intent Form - DUE AUGUST 4
July 28, 2020

Dear Parents/Guardians,

The option for families to attend school remotely is an essential component of the Archdiocese of Baltimore’s reopening plan for the 2020-21 academic year. For us to finalize class cohorts and teacher assignments, it is important that you make a formal commitment to one of the modes of learning for the upcoming school year. Below you will see additional details regarding these options along with the opportunity to state your intentions for returning to school.

The in-person option will likely include attending school five days a week. If the number of students selecting this option is greater than the number that we can safely accommodate, we will implement an alternating schedule that prioritizes in-person learning. In the case of an alternating schedule, students will engage in a combination of synchronous and independent learning while at home. Once we know how many students select this option, you will be informed about your child’s schedule as soon as possible.

The remote learning option will require that your child be available for learning at home during the hours of our school day. Students who opt for this mode of learning will be provided with synchronous learning experiences, independent work, and opportunities to meet one-on-one or in small groups with teachers. Students will engage in the same content as students learning in-person and will be assessed using the same criteria. Students will engage in remote learning five days a week and students will be given the opportunity to return to school in-person at the end of the first and second trimester.

Please select one of the following options by Tuesday, August 4th and complete one intent form for each student enrolled in the school.

Change requests will be accommodated if space is available.
Student's Name *
Grade *
In person or remote learning intent *
Parent Name *
Parent Phone *
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