Distance Learning Information

Posted: 12/1/2020 Categories: District News, HOMEPAGE Headlines, Lincoln High School News, Blacklick Elementary News, Chapelfield Elementary, Goshen Lane Elementary News, High Point Elementary News, Jefferson Elementary News, Lincoln Elementary News, Royal Manor Elementary News, Middle School South News, Middle School East News, Middle School West News, Back to School 2020

November 30, 2020

Today was our first day back in full distance learning for all GJPS students. We want to provide additional information to help clarify our learning model schedule between November 30 - December 18.

What You Should Know

With our recent transition back to full distance learning, schedules are slightly different than they were during fall distance learning. The information below provides basic information, and individual school buildings will provide more specific details.

What it Means for Students and Families

Elementary

  • Students will work with their teacher five days a week.
  • The regular daily schedule (8 AM-2:30 PM) will be followed, and teachers will share specific class links and details as appropriate.Related arts will be held as follows:

○ Mondays will remain choice board days
○ Tuesday- A-Day, Wednesday-B-Day, Thursday C-Day, and Friday D-Day
■ Teachers will share which special the students have each letter day.

Middle School

  • Students will work with their teachers five days a week.
  • The regular daily schedule (8:40 AM-3:30 PM) will be followed, and teachers will share specific class links and details as appropriate.

High School

  • The daily schedule for high school students has changed back to a block schedule.
  • Times for the block schedule have been adjusted in the link below:

LHS Distance Learning Schedules (PDF)

What You Should Do

Stay connected with your students’ teachers and reach out to your building principal if you have any questions.

What’s Next

Our plan at this time is to return to hybrid learning when we resume classes after the holiday break, on January 5, 2021. We will continue to monitor this situation through the winter break and consider public health guidance, staffing levels and current COVID-19 case levels in that decision making. We will do all we can to provide as much advance notice to our school community as possible.

Distance Learning Information

Posted: 12/1/2020 Categories: District News, HOMEPAGE Headlines, Lincoln High School News, Blacklick Elementary News, Chapelfield Elementary, Goshen Lane Elementary News, High Point Elementary News, Jefferson Elementary News, Lincoln Elementary News, Royal Manor Elementary News, Middle School South News, Middle School East News, Middle School West News, Back to School 2020

November 30, 2020

Today was our first day back in full distance learning for all GJPS students. We want to provide additional information to help clarify our learning model schedule between November 30 - December 18.

What You Should Know

With our recent transition back to full distance learning, schedules are slightly different than they were during fall distance learning. The information below provides basic information, and individual school buildings will provide more specific details.

What it Means for Students and Families

Elementary

  • Students will work with their teacher five days a week.
  • The regular daily schedule (8 AM-2:30 PM) will be followed, and teachers will share specific class links and details as appropriate.Related arts will be held as follows:

○ Mondays will remain choice board days
○ Tuesday- A-Day, Wednesday-B-Day, Thursday C-Day, and Friday D-Day
■ Teachers will share which special the students have each letter day.

Middle School

  • Students will work with their teachers five days a week.
  • The regular daily schedule (8:40 AM-3:30 PM) will be followed, and teachers will share specific class links and details as appropriate.

High School

  • The daily schedule for high school students has changed back to a block schedule.
  • Times for the block schedule have been adjusted in the link below:

LHS Distance Learning Schedules (PDF)

What You Should Do

Stay connected with your students’ teachers and reach out to your building principal if you have any questions.

What’s Next

Our plan at this time is to return to hybrid learning when we resume classes after the holiday break, on January 5, 2021. We will continue to monitor this situation through the winter break and consider public health guidance, staffing levels and current COVID-19 case levels in that decision making. We will do all we can to provide as much advance notice to our school community as possible.