Face-to-Face Learning & Transportation Intent
With three weeks of remote learning complete, district leaders have never stopped planning for the day we welcome students back on campus under Plan B – and your answers to our phone calls this week were incredibly helpful!
In early June, the HCPS Re-Entry Task Force developed frameworks for delivering education under Plans C, B, and A. In July, the School Board voted to have HCPS “Return to Learn” under the fully remote Plan C model for the first 6 weeks of the school year. All throughout, the Re-Entry Task Force has continued to build on each model based on updated health data, emergent logistics, and family feedback, preparing for transition between plans throughout the school year.
Families’ plans to send child(ren) to school for in-person instruction and their transportation needs were specifically gathered this week through phone calls and emails to establish an important data set. These numbers will directly inform the logistical elements of the hybrid face-to-face and virtual learning (Plan B) recommendations HCPS leaders present to the Board of Education on Tuesday. Tune into the live stream of the board meeting by visiting http://tiny.cc/HCPSlive at 4 p.m. on Sept. 8.
Thank you to all our families who helped shape this next step in our Return to Learn!