Changing Plans
Changing Plans

When can I change from Remote Learning to In-Person Learning or from In-Person to Remote Learning?
For the next grading period, which begins on January 6, 2021, the opportunity to change is November 16 through December 2.

How can I change my child's learning plan?
To change your child's learning plan for the third grading period, you must complete a new preference form and submit it by December 2.

Why can we only change at the start of a new grading period?
This will allow your child's campus time to properly place your child in his or her classes, adjust the campus master schedules as needed, and ensure class sizes are as balanced as possible.

What information will I need to complete the Preference Form?
You'll need your child's student ID number, their legal first name and last name, and their date of birth.

If I have more than one child, do I need to submit one form for each child?
Yes. You'll need to complete a separate form for each child.

What is the time frame for switching learning plans?
Changes from In-Person Learning to Remote Learning, or from Remote Learning to In-Person Learning, will be granted at the end of a grading period. Requests should be submitted through the Preference Form prior to the last week of a grading period to allow time for the campus to create a new schedule for your child.

Will my child's schedule be the same if they switch?
At the secondary level, a student’s new schedule may not be the same as their previous schedule. The change will begin within the first week of the new grading period.

What if we need to change because my child gets sick?
First, please notify your school nurse and/or principal with details of your child’s condition (i.e. tested positive for COVID-19, had direct contact of COVID-19 and must quarantine, etc.).
Depending on the length of time your child will be out of school, the campus will develop a plan for your child. This may include asynchronous work from your child’s teacher(s) or moving into a Remote Learning schedule.

What if we need to change because my child is quarantined because they were exposed to someone who tested positive to COVID-19?
Depending on the length of time your child will be out of school, the campus will develop a plan for your child. This may include asynchronous work from your child’s teacher(s) or moving into a Remote Learning schedule.