Academics During COVID

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April 9-25, 2021: Distance Learning Enrollment confirmation survey

As more people get vaccinated and COVID-19 cases remain steady or trend downward, we anticipate the 2021- 22 school year will look more like a typical school year, but with a few differences. In April, families were surveyed about the possibility of a new MVWSD Distance Learning School (DLS). Unfortunately, MVWSD will not be able to offer the Distance Learning School for the 2021-22 school year due to low enrollment. Only 199 students (K-8), or 4.4% of the district's students, opted for Distance Learning next year. Many potential DLS families said they want DLS until children are vaccinated. This would reduce DLS enrollment by 55% mid year, requiring us to compact classes and combine multiple grade levels to make up for the decrease in enrollment. 

We anticipate instruction will be in-person, on-campus next year. 

What the 2021-22 school year will look like (Spanish)
MVWSD COVID Dashboard

Information presented to parents in April. (Distance Learning School will *not* be offered)
MVWSD Distance Learning School  (Spanish)
MVWSD Distance Learning School Video (Spanish)
Frequently Asked Questions About Next Year (Includes Spanish)


More questions?

Please submit your questions to this form.

 


March/April 2021: Reopening schools for in-person learning


Thank you for supporting your children in “Connected 100% Distance Learning” due to COVID-19. Our County passed into the Red Tier of the Blueprint for a Safer Economy on March 3, 2021, which means that beginning March 18, we opened our schools in phases for in-person learning for students whose families have selected “Option B/Blended” in the learning options survey. 

For information on MVWSD's School Reopening Plan, please click here.

The details

"Roomies": For families who selected "Option B/Blended," their children will return to school as follows:
  * March 18: PK, TK, K, 1, 2, 6, SAI
  * March 29: 3, 4, 5, 7
  * April 5: 8

Depending on individual scenarios at school sites, some Roomies will attend Mondays and Tuesdays (Roomies A), some Roomies will attend Thursdays and Fridays (Roomies B), and some Roomies will attend MTRF (Roomies C).

"Zoomies": Students whose families selected "Option C," will remain in distance learning for the remainder of the school year. 

Your child's class placement and schedule will be shared with you on Monday, March 15. Principals will do their very best to accommodate families' requests as indicated in the survey.

What on-campus looks like

Video: What to expect when you're back on campus (Spanish subtitles)
thumbnail on-campus video

 

Reopening calendar - all groups

To view the reopening calendar graphic, click on the images below:

(English) (Spanish)
hybrid reopening calendar graphic  hybrid reopening calendar Span

Reopening calendar - individual groups

Reopening calendar - only Zoomies 

Zoomies schedule (Zoomies schedule Spanish)

Reopening calendar - only Roomies A (Mon/Tues) 

Roomies A schedule (Roomies A schedule Spanish)

Reopening calendar- only Roomies B (Thu/Fri)

Roomies B schedule (Roomies B schedule Spanish)

Reopening calendar- only Roomies C  (M/T/W/Th/F)

Roomies C schedule (Roomies C schedule Spanish)

Questions about reopening?

 

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions are here (Updated March 12, 2021)

Preguntas frecuente (Spanish)

 

 

Reopening Update

Reopening Update (updated Feb. 5, 2021)
Reopening Update- Spanish

 

September 2020: Learning Options Registration

In September, parents completed an updated Stage 3 Learning Options Registration survey. Parents were surveyed again February 12-28, 2021 for their updated preferences.

 

Learn more about the two options

(updated Feb. 5, 2021)


Learning Options
Learning Options- Spanish

Learning Options video

English  
link to learning options video
Spanish link to learning options video


The Options were:


Blended in-person/distance learning (Option B)
  - Students attend class on campus four days a week, except if there are more than 16 students in the class that want to attend in-person. Then the class will be divided into A and B cohorts and attend two days a week. Wednesdays will continue as asynchronous, distance-learning days.
  - 6-foot social distance guidelines for all, including students and teachers
  - Face masks required for students and staff except when eating or drinking
  - Parents commit to regular COVID testing for their students, as mandated by Santa Clara County.

Option B/In-Person Learning Expectations for Students (Elementary - English)
Option B/In-Person Learning Expectations for Students (Elementary- Spanish)
Option B/In-Person Learning Expectations for Students (Middle School - English)
Option B/In-Person Learning Expectations for Students (Middle School - Spanish)

100% distance learning (Option C)
  - Four days of instruction is live online, like the 2020-21 school year so far
  - Wednesdays will continue as asynchronous, distance days (no change)
  - Includes regular check-ins with their teacher and small group support and activities.
  - Students may share their teacher with students who are learning on campus

 

Academics

Click here for information about  academics during COVID-19 conditions. (en espanol/Spanish)

Resources

More information is in Dr. Rudolph’s update to the Board of Trustees on:
Feb 4, 2021 (The video is posted here. Tune in at timestamp 2:49:18)
Jan. 22. (The video is posted here. Tune in at timestamp 36:22)
Sept. 17. (The video is posted here. Tune in at timestamp 2:33).

 

Click below for printable PDFs of the distance learning platforms infographics

Distance learning platforms infographic (English)

Distance learning platforms infographic (Spanish)


Distance learning tools infographic Spanish Distance learning infographic English


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