Hybrid Learning Plan: Middle & High Schools

  • We're excited to see you at school! Please visit your school's website for more detailed information.


    • Middle school starts at 9 a.m. and ends at 2:55 p.m.
    • High school starts at 8 a.m. and ends at 1:55 p.m.
      ⇒ Be sure to do the health check! Here's how to get the green check to enter school.
    • Students will attend on an alternating schedule (Group A / Group B). Students were placed in A & B groups based on their home address number: students with even numbered homes are in Group A, students with odd numbered homes are in Group B. Check with your school to verify your group.
      Download your in-school days to your calendar: Group A •  Group B

    Why hybrid learning?

    A blend of both in-person and remote learning, a hybrid model is being used to reduce student populations in schools to meet health & safety requirements. Learn more:

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    • Safe and nutritious meals – both breakfast and lunch -- will be provided for students at no cost each day, or students can bring food from home. Watch this video to learn more.
    • Grab & go meals will be provided to students for the days they are in distance learning. The grab & go bags will include breakfast and lunch items to tide them over until their next in-person day, and will be handed out at the end of the day.
    • Find daily menus online here. If you have a special dietary need, please be sure you have a health care plan on file.


    Students who live more than a mile from school may qualify for transportation services. Register, check routes and verify eligibility here. If you have questions, please call our Transportation department at 354-7388 or 354-7362. 

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  • Please note:

    • Be sure immunizations are current (or exemption forms are valid) before the first day of school.
    • Turn in care plans and medications before March 1. 
    • Find forms and other information here.
    • Questions? Ask your school nurse!