Weekly Update for January 08, 2021
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SEMESTER 2 (S2)
Monday, January 11th - S1 grades posted and available on Infinite Campus
Friday, January 15th - In Service Day - NO SCHOOL (see below)
Tuesday, January 19th - Hybrid 2.0 begins (see below)
Thursday, January 28th - 8th Grade Parent Night (information to be emailed out)
Friday, February 12th - INSERVICE DAY - NO SCHOOL
Monday, February 15th - President's Day - NO SCHOOL for Students, In Service day for Staff
Friday, February 19th - MP3 Grades Posted
Friday, March 19th - INSERVICE DAY - NO SCHOOL
Monday, March 22nd thru Friday, March 26th - SPRING BREAK NO SCHOOL
Friday, April 2nd - HOLIDAY - NO SCHOOL
Friday, April 9th - MP4 Grades Posted
Friday, June 4th - Class of 2021 Graduation
Hybrid 2.0 starts January 19, 2021
On Monday, Jan. 11 the BHS will welcome back small groups of special education and at-risk students, while all other students will continue with Distance Learning for the week.
As we prepare to implement the Hybrid 2.0 plan on Tuesday, January 19 we wanted to remind everyone of some key dates:
- Friday, January 15th: NO SCHOOL for all students, as staff prepare for the transition from Distance Learning to Hybrid 2.0
- Tuesday, January 19th: Hybrid 2.0 begins for all students
During Semester 2, the high school will follow an eight period day for all students. Students choosing in-person instruction (hybrid) will be divided into two groups (A & B) and will attend school two days per week and rotating Wednesdays, based on their alphabetical grouping. All students will attend class and participate in synchronous concurrent instruction regardless of location (school or home). During the second semester there will be NO special Wednesday bell schedule.
Priorities within this model:
Maximizing the availability for onsite student learning while maintaining all COVID-19 health and safety requirements.
Every student has the opportunity to attend in-person learning at least twice each week.
Social-emotional learning can occur either in-person or remotely.
Parents will have consistency for child-care planning within this model.
No additional cost to the district as far as transportation.
Criteria for student occupancy percentage:
Student occupation rates at Barrington High School are based on three key criteria:
The ability to maintain a minimum of six feet of space between all student seats. This includes classroom seating, cafeteria seating, and seating in all common areas.
The ability to conduct physical education classes while limiting occupancy to 50 people or less. This standard applies to locker rooms, gymnasiums, and all other indoor teaching spaces.
Building cafeterias and common areas must have enough seating capacity to accommodate student lunch periods and other unassigned open periods without violating regulations requiring six foot social distancing or the restriction limiting space capacity to 50 or less.
In-Person Learning Groups:
Group A: Last name A-L
Group B: Last name M-Z