Instructional Options for 2020-21 School Year
Magnet Cove Public Schools is actively planning for student re-engagement this fall. Your responses to the survey below are CRITICAL to plan for staffing, logistics, and safety precautions.

The following survey is REQUIRED for all students. FILL OUT ONE SURVEY PER STUDENT. (If you have three students, you will need to complete the survey three times, one for each child.) The survey is open from July 8-July 17. DEADLINE IS JULY 17.

We are preparing to offer options for students and parents. Curriculum, instruction, and assessment will be delivered multiple ways to ensure learning among all students. These options will provide flexibility for families to choose a learning environment that best fits their needs.

Students/Families may choose to participate in Virtual/Remote Learning OR Blended Learning to start the 2020-2021 school year. Students will be permitted to switch options at any time by contacting the building principal for the student. *This only applies if you are switching COMPLETELY form Virtual/Remote Learning to Blended OR from Blended to strictly Virtual/Remote Learning, NOT if you are just accessing the flexibility to attend onsite instruction through the Blended Learning Option.

Instruction options include:

OPTION I: BLENDED LEARNING (ONSITE FLEXIBLE LEARNING)

Students will report onsite to school buildings to learn between One (1) and five (5) days a week in a setting which follows Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) guidelines to the maximum extent feasible . (Class size, lunch, and changing classes could be impacted due to social distancing requirements.)
The traditional classroom will become a blended learning classroom which allows students to continue learning grade level or content standards through face-to-face instruction and technology-based approaches. Students will have the flexibility to report to campus for face-to-face instruction, based on individual needs/preferences, on a daily basis. Teachers will utilize components of virtual/technology-based instruction as part of their face-to-face instruction to ensure that both students and teachers are prepared to move to strictly online learning if school closure is mandated by ADH in the future. In addition, this approach will allow students who might be ill or quarantined for a limited amount of time to continue their education even if they are not physically in the classroom.

OPTION II: VIRTUAL/REMOTE LEARNING (ONLINE LEARNING)

All instruction will be online five (5) days a week; no in person or on campus instruction. Students will learn remotely full-time. AT TIMES, STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE ONSITE FOR STATE MANDATED ASSESSMENTS.

Virtual/Remote Learning expectations for all students (K-12) will be outlined in detail for students and parents in a Virtual Learning Contract. A variety of learning opportunities, options for participation, and social interaction through virtual means will be implemented. Students will have opportunities to participate in real-time instruction as well as to access pre-recorded content from their teachers. Failure to participate in or complete course requirements as outlined will be addressed in a manner consistent with the Virtual/Remote Learning Contract, and could result in a student moving to the onsite blended learning model. Students will follow all policies, handbooks, and procedures including attendance, assignments and behavior as appropriate to the Virtual/Remote Learning environment. Students registered in virtual/remote learning may also participate in extracurricular activities, following the guidelines of their respective activity as issued by the sponsor, coach, ADH, and the Arkansas Activities Association. Per AAA rules, students must participate in at least one class per day on campus to qualify. The one class per day onsite CAN be athletics.

REMINDER: COMPLETE ONE SURVEY PER STUDENT. DEADLINE TO SUBMIT IS JULY 17.
Email address *
Student First Name *
Student Middle Name *
Student Last Name *
What school building will your student be in for the 2020-2021 school year? *
What is your student's grade level in the 2020-2021 school year? *
Name of Parent/Guardian (parent completing survey) *
Parent/Guardian Phone Number (best contact number) *
Student physical address: *
City *
Zip Code *
Will your child need a Chromebook to check out to use at home for this upcoming school year. *
What type of internet connection do you have at home? * *
Learning Options:
Students/Families may choose to participate in Virtual/Remote Learning OR Blended Learning to start the 2020-2021 school year. Students will be permitted to switch options at any time by contacting the building principal for the student. *This only applies if you are switching COMPLETELY form Virtual/Remote Learning to Blended OR from Blended to strictly Virtual/Remote Learning, NOT if you are just accessing the flexibility to attend onsite instruction through the Blended Learning Option.

OPTION I: BLENDED LEARNING (ONSITE FLEXIBLE LEARNING)

Students will report onsite to school buildings to learn between One (1) and five (5) days a week in a setting which follows Arkansas Department of Health (ADH) guidelines to the maximum extent feasible . (Class size, lunch, and changing classes could be impacted due to social distancing requirements.)
The traditional classroom will become a blended learning classroom which allows students to continue learning grade level or content standards through face-to-face instruction and technology-based approaches. Students will have the flexibility to report to campus for face-to-face instruction, based on individual needs/preferences, on a daily basis. Teachers will utilize components of virtual/technology-based instruction as part of their face-to-face instruction to ensure that both students and teachers are prepared to move to strictly online learning if school closure is mandated by ADH in the future. In addition, this approach will allow students who might be ill or quarantined for a limited amount of time to continue their education even if they are not physically in the classroom.

OPTION II: VIRTUAL/REMOTE LEARNING (ONLINE LEARNING)

All instruction will be online five (5) days a week; no in person or on campus instruction. Students will learn remotely full-time. AT TIMES, STUDENTS WILL BE REQUIRED TO BE ONSITE FOR STATE MANDATED ASSESSMENTS.

Virtual/Remote Learning expectations for all students (K-12) will be outlined in detail for students and parents in a Virtual Learning Contract. A variety of learning opportunities, options for participation, and social interaction through virtual means will be implemented. Students will have opportunities to participate in real-time instruction as well as to access pre-recorded content from their teachers. Failure to participate in or complete course requirements as outlined will be addressed in a manner consistent with the Virtual/Remote Learning Contract, and could result in a student moving to the onsite blended learning model. Students will follow all policies, handbooks, and procedures including attendance, assignments and behavior as appropriate to the Virtual/Remote Learning environment. Students registered in virtual/remote learning may also participate in extracurricular activities, following the guidelines of their respective activity as issued by the sponsor, coach, ADH, and the Arkansas Activities Association. Per AAA rules, students must participate in at least one class per day on campus to qualify. The one class per day onsite CAN be athletics.
Choose one option for Fall 2020. * *
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