Learning Continues

School facilities closed to public, learning continues
Posted on 05/07/2020
Learning continues

All schools in Washington state are closed to on-site learning for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year to continue to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Clover Park School District has implemented a continuous learning plan to support students for the remainder of the school year. Below is some important information for you regarding at-home learning, high school seniors, student meals and child care.

Continuous learning

Fourth quarter began Monday, April 27, for high school students. Students are engaging in learning with their teacher and completing classwork and assignments on a daily/weekly basis. Seniors are expected to join their classmates and teachers in daily instruction in the district’s Microsoft Teams instructional model.

The district has updated grading for the 2019-20 school year, in compliance with directives from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. High schools will use this flowchart to determine student grades this spring.

You can find more information about continuous learning on our district website.

Updates for high school seniors

The district is working on a plan to support seniors to earn credits for classes they are currently enrolled in, as well as any others they need to meet graduation requirements. Students should check their email frequently to stay updated on the most current information from their school, teachers and counselors.

You can find more information for high school seniors on the district website.

Student meals distributed daily

Student meals are distributed daily to 69 locations in Lakewood and on Joint Base Lewis-McChord. Meal times and locations are available on the district website.

Child care available for first responders and health care, pharmacy and grocery workers

The district has partnered with YMCA of Pierce County to provide free child care for eligible children of first responders and health care, pharmacy and grocery store workers in grades K-5 during the school closure. You can find more information on the district website.

Thank you for your patience and partnership as we work together to support the health and safety of our students, staff, families and community.

 

 

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