Additional Grades Scheduled to Return to Schools

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Based on current conditions, Caroline County Public Schools is planning to bring 4th, 5th, 6th, and 9th grade students back to school buildings on an AA/BB schedule.

  • AA Schedule students will begin on Monday, November 30.
  • BB Schedule students will begin on Thursday, December 3.

 

Schedule Details

Students on the AA Schedule (begins November 30):

  • Monday and Tuesday in the building for in-person instruction.
  • Wednesday at home for an asynchronous day (same as current schedule).
  • Thursday and Friday at home for synchronous virtual learning (same as current schedule).

Students on the BB Schedule (begins December 3):

  • Monday and Tuesday at home for synchronous virtual learning (same as current schedule).
  • Wednesday at home for an asynchronous day (same as current schedule).
  • Thursday and Friday in the building for in-person instruction.

Students in these grades who have already been attending four days a week will continue to come on those same days – Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Depending on their AA or BB schedule assignment, they will spend two days in a teacher’s classroom and two days in their current location at school.

Students who remain at home for virtual learning will not experience any change to their schedule.

 

Families have been advised that:

  • Families will not be able to choose an AA or BB schedule. Students will be assigned to a schedule based on bus routes.
  • Families will be advised by the school of their student’s schedule no later than November 23.
  • Transportation remains a challenge; if possible, families should consider options other than the school bus.
  • Face coverings are required for all students ages 5 and over.
  • Protocols for preventing the spread of COVID-19 through cleaning, self-assessment, and social distancing are detailed in the CCPS Recovery Plan.

In order to know how many students will be returning to the building and how many will require transportation, schools have distributed a questionnaire to all families of 4th, 5th, 6th, and 9th grade students. Families needing more information may contact their child’s school.