Grades K-5 Reopening Plan Details

  • Full In-Person Learning (Brick & Mortar) Grades K-5 ONLY:

    • Student is at school
    • Traditional learning environment that is NOT the same as it was pre-COVID-19
    • Adjustments to daily schedule to keep groups of students together to the greatest extent possible
    • Increased hygiene protocols for students, faculty and staff, such as regular handwashing
    • Social distancing throughout the building to the greatest extent possible
    • Face coverings required by students, faculty, and staff

    Daniel Boone Virtual Learning Options (DBDL/BVA) Grades K-5:

    Daniel Boone Digital Learning/DBDL*

    Blazer Virtual Academy/BVA

    • Student is at home - off campus/building
    • Student’s instructional schedule is the same or similar to In-Person Learning with a synchronous learning format; however, may also include daily asynchronous lesson posting and discussion board
    • Student participates with the class remotely from home in scheduled small group and large group direct instruction lessons taking place throughout the day with classroom peers via camera and online meeting technology
    • Student does NOT live-stream into the classroom for the entire day, only for scheduled direct instruction lessons provided by DBASD professional staff which typically last no longer than 45 minutes each session
    • Assignments and classwork are the same or similar to In Person Learning Peers and are completed on own at home and submitted to the teacher through a learning management system such as Google Classroom or Schoology
    • Provides access to Daniel Boone Area School District PA standards-aligned curriculum: https://www.dboone.org/Page/428
    • Students are held accountable for the same class requirements, due dates, and attendance as their In Person Learning Peers
    • Provides flexibility to transition from in-person learning to digital learning by semester/trimester, quarter, week

    *This method will be used if there is a disruption to In-Person Learning

    • Student is at home - off campus/ buildings
    • Student follows their own daily schedule to keep pace with the course schedule
    • Majority of instruction is asynchronous, meaning a teacher does not deliver in person lessons
    • Coursework is completed online and submitted online
    • Course content does NOT directly match course content or pace of DBASD curriculum In-Person Learning or DBDL classes, rather third-party vendor Lincoln Learning Solutions
    • Courses facilitated by DBASD staff
    • Semester commitment

     

     


Grades 6-12 Reopening Plan Details

  • Hybrid/Blended A/B Learning (alternate weekly schedule) Grades 6-12 ONLY:

    • Student is at school for four (4) consecutive days with same student cohort group for in-person learning followed by ten (10) consecutive days (includes two weekends) of digital learning from off-campus
    • Traditional learning environment that is NOT the same as it was pre-COVID-19 for four (4) consecutive school days – DBDL for six (6) consecutive school days (excludes weekends)
    • Adjustments to daily schedule during days of in-person learning to keep groups of students together to the greatest extent possible
    • Increased hygiene protocols during for students, faculty and staff, such as regular handwashing for days of in-person learning
    • Social distancing throughout the building for days of in-person learning, to the greatest extent possible
    • Face coverings required by students, faculty, and staff for days of in-person learning

    6-12 alternating week schedule

    Daniel Boone Virtual Learning Options (DBDL/BVA) Grades 6-12:

    Daniel Boone Digital Learning/DBDL*

    Blazer Virtual Academy/BVA

    • Student is at home - off campus/building
    • Student’s instructional schedule is the same or similar to In-Person Learning with a synchronous learning format; however, may also include daily asynchronous lesson posting and discussion board
    • Student participates with the class remotely from home in scheduled small group and large group direct instruction lessons taking place throughout the day with classroom peers via camera and online meeting technology
    • Student does NOT live-stream into the classroom for the entire day, only for scheduled direct instruction lessons provided by DBASD professional staff which typically last no longer than 45 minutes each session
    • Assignments and classwork are the same or similar to In Person Learning Peers and are completed on own at home and submitted to the teacher through a learning management system such as Google Classroom or Schoology
    • Provides access to Daniel Boone Area School District PA standards-aligned curriculum: https://www.dboone.org/Page/428
    • Students are held accountable for the same class requirements, due dates, and attendance as their In Person Learning Peers

    *This method will be used if there is a disruption to hybrid/blended Learning

    • Student is at home - off campus/ buildings
    • Student follows their own daily schedule to keep pace with the course schedule
    • Majority of instruction is asynchronous, meaning a teacher does not deliver in person lessons
    • Coursework is completed online and submitted online
    • Course content does NOT directly match course content or pace of DBASD curriculum In-Person Learning or DBDL classes, rather third-party vendor Edgenuity© PA standards-aligned curriculum
    • Courses facilitated by DBASD staff
    • Semester commitment
    • BVA only supports iPad compatible Edgenuity courses