As you know, we are living in challenging and unprecedented times as school districts across the country continue to deal with the ramifications of the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is the intention of Dublin City Schools to offer face-to-face instruction as much as is permissible by Franklin County Public Health when school returns Aug. 19. We want our students back in school so that we can continue to provide the high quality instructional program that is the Dublin Difference.
In the coming days, Dublin City Schools will continue preparations for a variety of scenarios the District may be faced with during the 2020-21 school year. These include full-time, five days a week in-person classes, full-time remote (online) learning, or a hybrid model which is a combination of in-person and online instruction.
In order to move our planning process forward, we would like to hear from parents who are committed to online learning only for the first semester of 2020-21 school year. While we want our students in our classrooms as much as is permissible, we recognize some in our community may not feel comfortable with in-person instruction at this time. Therefore, we will be offering a remote (online) learning only option for at least the first semester of 2020-21. The details of remote learning will be created once we know how many students will be participating in this option.
To the right is a Remote Learning Application for the first semester of the 2020-21 school year. If you determine it is in the best interest of your student(s)/family to participate in remote instruction only for the first semester, please return the attached application below by 12 a.m. on August 5.
Only return this form if you are committing to remote (online) learning for the first semester of 2020-21 school year.
There is no action step required if you are planning to send your student(s) to school in-person as much as is permissible by Franklin County Public Health.
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