Return to Learning
Clover Park School District has made the collective decision to begin the 2020-21 school year on Wednesday, Sept. 2, in a virtual learning model. This collective decision was made based on the number of COVID-19 cases.
Return to Learning Plan
Although this is learning this fall will be different, our staff are prepared to provide a rigorous and engaging online learning experience for your student.
The district’s Return to Learning Plan includes three models to be implemented base on health and safety guidelines during the year:
- Virtual learning at home
- Hybrid learning alternating time in school and at home
- Face-to-face learning on site for all students
Students continue to engage in virtual learning through Microsoft Teams. Virtual learning includes online instruction with their teacher(s) combined with time to work on assignments independently.
Visit our virtual learning page for more detailed information and daily student schedules.
As county COVID-19 transmission rates continue to decline, the district is preparing to shift to hybrid learning and begin slowly bringing elementary students to school for in-person learning two days a week. Plans are tentative and depend on COVID-19 transmission rates and other health factors.
Under the current tentative timeline, the district’s shift to hybrid learning will begin Monday, Oct. 5, for early learning (ECEAP and Head Start) and K-1 students. Hybrid learning will be expanded for other groups of students in the following weeks and months.
Visit our hybrid learning page for more detailed information and timelines.
District Learning Apps
Your student’s teacher will introduce your student to various learning apps they will use in the classroom and for your student’s independent learning time.