Preparedness & Flexibility

Transitioning Between Models

Elementary In-Person Model

We will offer an in-person instructional model with all instruction and assessments aligned to grade-level standards similar to previous school years. There will be an increased focus and usage of Google Classroom to allow seamless transition between in-person and virtual instruction.

MS/HS In-Person Model

Middle School Cohort Model 

Turner Middle School’s in-person cohort model provides an opportunity for synchronous learning within the cohort (for most classes all students in the room will be learning the same thing at the same time).  This model includes 0 transitions during the day and limits direct interaction to the students in their cohort (12-18 students based on classroom size) adhering to the guidance and recommendations from DHS.  

High School Cohort Model 

Turner High School’s in-person cohort model provides an opportunity for students to be present in the building to work on their virtual classes.  This model includes 0 transitions during the day and limits direct interaction to the students in their cohort (11-21 students based on classroom size) adhering to the guidance and recommendations from DHS.  

Home-Based Virtual Model

Every class and course at all buildings will be presented in a blended learning format through Google Classroom that will allow for equal access to instruction and materials for students whether or not they are receiving education through our in-person or home-based virtual* options.

Students will be able to access some lessons synchronously (live) or asynchronously (recorded video support).  All practice and assessments will be able to be done digitally* and will be turned in through Google Classroom for all students.

*If internet access is a concern for families, alternatives will be made available (hard copies, flash drives, etc.).



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