Schedule of Classes

  • Time management is critical to student success in both a virtual and face-to-face in-person instructional model. Both students and teachers must remain in communication regarding daily schedules and assignments. As with any traditional course, there is a risk of receiving a lower grade if a student falls behind.  If your student is struggling with time management, then he or she should contact his or her teacher for additional assistance.  Campuses will structure the instructional day to follow their campus bell schedule.  Within each course, teachers will plan for students to participate in synchronous and asynchronous learning depending on the identified learning model.  The following list contains additional considerations:

    • Campus Principals will be given autonomy to structure their virtual learning instruction considering the diverse configurations represented across the district
    • Campuses will commit to district allocated minutes and to providing an Asynchronous schedule that incorporates direct virtual learning as well as independent practice, according to the campus’ schedule for in-person instruction.
    • Direct instruction will be recorded and posted to allow students to access the information at their convenience if they are unable to login for live instruction on any given day.
    • Students must have access to their teacher for each subject each day, either through direct “synchronous” instruction or through small group/individualized instruction.

    Elementary Daily Schedule Components:

    Schedules will contain the following components:

    Reading Language Arts Block (120 minutes)

    30 minutes Direct Instruction

    15 minutes Word Study

    15 minutes Mini-Lesson-Reading

    45 minutes of Guided Reading/Stations  (3 groups, 15 minutes per group)

    15 minutes Mini-Lesson-Writing

    30 minutes Guided/Independent Practice (reading and/or writing)

    Math Block (80 – 90 minutes)

    40 minutes Direct Instruction to include:

    15 minutes Problem Solving

    25 minutes Concept Development

    40 – 45 minutes Small group instruction/ Stations

    3 groups 15 minutes per group

    Students engage in purposeful, targeted math stations and Imagine Math for personalized learning while teacher instructs the other students.

    Science Block (30-40 minutes)

    10 minutes Visual Literacy

    20-30 minutes Direct Instruction to include:

    Hands-on science demonstrations/investigations

    80% hands-on in K-2 (4 days per week)

    50%-60% hands-on in G3-5 (2-3 days per week)

    Small Group Instruction

    Teachers will set periods throughout the day for students to contact teachers for support as needed in the completion of their assignments or for small group intervention.

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