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Hybrid Learning

What is Hybrid?

On Tuesday, April 6, our district is moving from a fully Distance Learning schedule to a HYBRID schedule. 
 
Currently, your child is joining their teacher on Zoom for instruction in the mornings (am), and completing asynchronous work in the afternoons (pm). Just wanted to give you an idea of how the schedule will change under Hybrid. 
 
If you’re assigned to Cohort A, your child will:
—-> Attend school in person on Monday am and Tuesday am AND 
—-> Zoom with the teacher on Wednesday, Thursday pm, and Friday pm. 
 
If you’re assigned to Cohort B, your child will:
—-> Zoom with the teacher on Monday pm, Tuesday pm, and Wednesday AND
—-> Attend school in person on Thursday am and Friday am
 
If you've opted for Cohort C, your child will:
—-> Zoom with the teacher on Monday pm, Tuesday pm, Wednesday, Thursday pm, and Friday pm. *Note that instruction on Zoom moves to mostly the afternoon.**
 
IN ADDITION, students will have asynchronous work to complete on their own when they are not Zooming. For example, on a day that your child is scheduled to Zoom with the teacher in the afternoons, YOUR CHILD WILL BE EXPECTED to do their assigned asynchronous work in the mornings.  Everyday, students will meet with their teacher AND complete asynchronous work.
 
 

School & Classroom Safety

What are the daily protocols parents should follow before sending their child(ren) to school?
Parents should review the daily health screening for each student before sending them to school. 
 
How will I be notified if there is a COVID case in the school?
Parents will receive a letter from the school notifying them if there is a COVID case.
 
What precautions will be taken throughout the school day?
All classrooms will have hand sanitizer, disinfectant wipes, soap, and disposable masks.
 
What is the required procedure for students being screened while in the building? How often? Will there be training for teachers?
Students will not be screened in the building. However, teachers will be trained on how to identify symptoms and what precautions and steps to take.
 
What will happen if a student has symptoms while at school?
If a student develops COVID symptoms at school, they will be referred to the school nurse. If the nurse thinks the student may have COVID symptoms, they will be placed in our designated Wellness Room to await their parent/guardian’s arrival.
 
How will classrooms be arranged to promote safety?
Desks will be placed 6 feet apart in classrooms to provide adequate distancing between students. 
 
Are students expected to wear masks all day?
Yes, students will be expected to wear masks in the classrooms and around campus.
 
How will learning be on Wednesdays?
On Wednesday mornings, students will engage in group instruction via Zoom.  Students will also work independently to complete assignments in Google Classroom.
 
Will my child(ren) need to bring their device or textbooks to and from school?
Yes, depending on the grade and teacher preference, students will bring their chromebook and notebooks to school in their backpack on in-person days.
 
What to bring
What not to bring
 

Arrival & Dismissal

Entering Campus

Entering Campus
 

Dismissal

Dismissal Map

Visitor Protocol

In accordance with Twin Rivers policy, starting the week of March 22, 2021:

- Visitors are allowed in the office by appointment only.
- Visitors may not enter the actual campus.
- Visitors to the office will be screened for COVID symptoms, including a touchless temperature check.
- Visitors to the office must wear a face covering.

Daily Schedule

Regency Park Daily Hybrid Schedule
 

Bus Schedule

Hybrid Bus Schedule

Cohort A

Cohort B

Cohort C

Hybrid Cohort C