Families must register to participate in this webinar to learn more about Virtual Virginia and the application process. Health and safety protocols will remain a priority as the district prepares for the majority of students to return to full-time, in-person learning on campuses next year.
The survey will be open from April 20 to April 30 and can be accessed on a new dedicated to district surveys supporting our Strategic Plan. All schools will continue to implement key mitigation strategies to the greatest extent possible.
Thursday, july 22, fighting the good fight with our latin communities (hosted by audubon naturalist society)
This includes:. The Moving Forward survey will seek input on teaching and learning, health and safety, climate and relationships, and communication.
However, virtual learning will remain a viable option for students as well. Jared Cotton presented the graduation plan for the Senior Class. The webinar will be recorded and posted to our district YouTube at a later date.
Ceremonies hosted in Chartway Arena will allow for each graduate six guest tickets, the use of the jumbotron, and a free live-stream option for family members and friends unable to attend. The district will also offer a virtual learning opportunity through an application process.
Another highlight of the school board meeting was the announcement of the instructional plan for the school year. Students and parents should select the survey link for their respective role. Finally, Chesapeake Public Schools is seeking student, parent, and employee feedback on their experiences this school year.
The seven high schools will be graduating on the following dates and times:. Graduation ceremonies will be held this year at Chartway Arena on the campus of Old Dominion University. The district will offer a virtual learning interest webinar for families of elementary and middle school students on Monday, April 26, at p.
Chesapeake releases graduation and instructional plans
Survey data will be used to inform continuous improvement plans for the school year. The district will be updating the current protocols and practices in their health and safety plan to reflect the most recent research, guidelines, and regulations for the school year.
This option allows for an in-person graduation with the entire class present. Those amendments prompted additional changes to the Graduation plan, requiring updates to the information that was originally published on April 20, Updates are highlighted in red. Superintendent Dr. Jared Cotton stated.
The school board approved full-time, in-person instruction as the primary method of student learning for all grade levels next school year.