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Plan to return Grades K-4 to in-person school beginning November 2

Based on the recent decline in COVID cases, we are very optimistic we may be able to begin returning kids to classrooms the week of November 2. Please click here to visit our Return to School - Grades K-4 webpage for more information.

When should students stay home?

Parents and guardians must be vigilant about their child's house. To easily determine whether or not you should keep your student at home, please refer to this COVID-19 Student Symptom Flow Chart:

Click here to download the COVID-19 Student Symptom Flowchart in EnglishClick this link to download a PDF of the COVID-19 Student Symptom Flow Chart in English

Click here to download the COVID-19 Student Symptom Flowchart in SpanishClick this link to download a PDF of the COVID-19 Student Symptom Flow Chart in Spanish


One Goal. Three Options.

Parents will have three options for their elementary students as we progress through the school year and your school leadership will work with you to help find the best one for your learner and your family. The three options are: Face-to-Face Hybrid Model, Online Remote Model, and Lewis River Academy. Please refer to the infographic below for more information or click here for a downloadable PDF in English or here for a downloadable PDF in Spanish.

One Goal. Three Options for Your Learner's Education.
Click here to download a PDF in English
or here to download a PDF in Spanish


Return to School Principal Letters

Our elementary school principals sent hard copies of letters to our families welcoming students back to school this fall. You can download electronic versions of these letters by clicking the following links:

Elementary Virtual Learning Schedule*

9:15 - 9:45

8:30 - 9:00


School Announcements - Pledges, Recognition, School Events,
Classroom Community Meeting & Daily Instruction Overview

(Late start on Mondays for Teacher Collaboration Time)

9:45 - 11:30

Tues- Friday
9:00 - 11:30


You can expect live instruction, recorded content videos,
and classroom discussion with supporting assignments and activities.

11:30 - 12:30


Lunches will be available for pick-up at
Columbia, North Fork, and Yale Elementary Schools. 

12:30 - 2:15


You can expect a mixture of differentiation activities including
Special Education, Learning Assistance Program (LAP),
English Language Learning Supports, Hi-Cap Learning Opportunities,
small group instruction and additional teacher support, if needed.

2:15 - 3:30


 Extracurricular Lessons - PE, Music, and Art live and recorded lessons

* Parents, Guardians, and Caretakers can expect a detailed learning schedule
from their child's teacher during parent-teacher conferences September 1-3, 2020

For more information, visit the COVID HQ website.