Students in Katie Jacobs’ fourth grade class at Franklin Elementary worked on building hydraulic powered claws in class during the month of May. This end of the year STEM project led to seeing life-sized machines up close and in person.
Return to School Task Force
Planning for 2020-21 Return to School
School in 2020-21 will be different as we continue to deliver instruction for each student while addressing student, staff and community health and safety during the pandemic. Our planning for the upcoming school year is being informed by guidelines from the Center for Disease Control, King County Health, the Office of Superintendent of Public instruction and other agencies. We are also referring to local, state, national and international models and examples of schooling during the pandemic as we develop our plans. These plans will need to be flexible as we expect there will be ongoing local and regional developments resulting from COVID-19 throughout the year that will require we make adjustments to how we deliver instruction and services for our students and families.
- Exchange #1: Reflecting on your experiences learning and working remotely this spring, what aspects were most challenging to you?
- Exchange #2: What aspects of learning and working remotely this spring were the most beneficial or successful for you?
- Exchange #3: What considerations or priorities we need to consider in relation to student learning and wellbeing as we plan for fall?