RHMS Hybrid Updates 4.12.21
Last week, during advisory, students learned how to find out what cohort they have been assigned to attend. For your convenience, we have posted directions on how to look up student cohorts in Parentvue. Please know, we are unable to change students cohorts.
In order to make this huge shift to in person learning, our teachers need time to prepare their classrooms. Thursday, April 14 through Friday, April 16 will look very different. On these days, to continue student progress, students are completing coursework in all classes asynchronously. Each day, students should log into Canvas and complete the assigned work. Teachers will be posting assignments connected to course content, and/or curated modules focusing on careers, racial equity and social justice, resume-building, digital citizenship, financial literacy, and other topics/themes related to their course or grade level. Please see the information below.
Schedule Adjustments: Week of 4.12.21
April 14 -16 All Classes are Asynchronous
- Beginning fourth quarter there will be no Monday Advisory.
- This week, as we transition to Hybrid, instruction will be asynchronous Wednesday, Thursday and Friday to allow teachers time to prepare materials and classes spaces for hybrid instruction. See the schedule below.
How to check your student's cohort.
CHA indicates Cohort A. Your student will attend hybrid on Mondays and Tuesdays.
CHB indicates Cohort B. Your student will attend hybrid classes on Thursdays and Fridays.
CDL indicates your student is not signed up to participate in hybrid classes
Hybrid Schedule April 19 - June 11
Hybrid Norms and Procedures
- Students will wear masks at all times while attending hybrid classes and riding school busses.
- Students will walk single file in the hall maintaining six foot social distancing when walking in hallways and while seated in classes.
- Students will complete a self-screening health form before beginning instruction.
- Students will carry backpacks rather than use lockers.
- Students may bring water bottles and fill them from the school's water fountains.
- PPS will offer onsite COVID testing for students based on OHA's guidance. Families will need to complete a consent form in order to request testing. (permiso en español)
Is My Child Well Enough to Go to School
Symptoms of COVID-19
Fever or chills
Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
Muscle or body aches
New loss of taste or smell
Congestion or runny nose
Nausea or vomiting