• Opening School 5 Days per Week

     

    We offer this information to better inform our community of what we anticipate school to look like when we return on January 5th, opening five days per week for all students. 

    Please note that is accurate to the best of our knowledge as of 10-20-2020.  As this information changes, we will update this page.  

     

    What does the structure look like?

    • All students are able to come back to school 5 days per week.
    • Instruction is done in person, in the classroom.
    • Masks will be required to mitigate potential virus spread.
    • No social distancing--this will be impossible with everyone back.
    • Schedule still to be determined:
      • Option 1--Same as now with 60 minute classes and HUB
      • Option 2--80 minute classes, no HUB, lunch between 3rd and 4th period
      • Option 3--Some unknown option that we haven’t thought of yet
    • Students course selections/schedule may be impacted depending on which staff/students choose to remain in an online learning format.

     

    What happens if/when a student gets a positive COVID test?

    • That student will not be able to come to school for 14 days from a positive test.
    • Students in close contact with positive student will not be able to come to school for 14 days.
    • Teachers in close contact with positive student will be out for 14 days.
    • Students out will need to complete work in all classes at home while out.  
      • Work will be available online via Google Classroom or Blackboard
      • Students will be able to get assistance from teachers outside of class time (during HUB if Option 1 above is the chosen schedule)

     

    What if the county goes orange tier back to red or purple tier?

    • Once school opens, the status of the county will not matter
    • State guidelines will apply 
      • School can close when 5% of the total on campus population has been infected
      • This includes students and staff

     

    What if I want my student to stay home?

    • The district will be offering an online option  The format will be determined by how many students district-wide select online.
    • One option is the Roseville Virtual Academy (the Academy) 
      • Graduation requirements will be offered
      • UC/CSU a-g required courses will be offered
      • Limited scope of electives will be offered
      • The Academy will be completely online
      • Courses will be taught by district teachers, although not necessarily teachers from your student’s home school.
      • Course offerings will be limited
        • Graduation requirements will be offered
        • UC/CSU a-g required courses will be offered
        • Limited scope of electives will be offered
      • Students may not have all courses available to them due to the above course limitations.

     

    How does all of this impact athletics?

    • Students will be able to participate in athletics at their home school regardless of their choice to take classes on campus or online.
    • Decisions and regulations around athletics are independent of how instruction is delivered/received.

     

    Choosing an option?

    • The district is sending out a survey to request what program you want your student to be on:  In-person or Online.  
    • Complete the survey with your choice.  The sooner we have your decision, the sooner we can plan to best accommodate student needs.
    • Our goal will be to provide all students with courses that most closely match those that they are currently enrolled in for the Spring Term.