• Return to Learn Survey

    In preparation for the 2020-2021 school year, we are asking families to commit to a learning model for a minimum of six weeks. Families may choose either the hybrid model approved by the School Committee on August 4th or the full-remote model.

    The hybrid model is based on two cohorts A & B. All students would learn at home on Mondays; Cohort A would attend school on Tuesdays and Thursdays and learn at home on Wednesdays and Fridays. Cohort B would attend school on Wednesdays and Fridays and learn at home on Tuesdays and Thursdays. After six weeks, families will have the opportunity to transition to another model if they choose.

    In the full-remote model, our intent is to staff courses with Pembroke Public School teachers whenever possible, but there may be instances when students are receiving content/instruction through a DESE approved learning platform.

    Please fill out a response for each student separately, as you may have one student who would thrive in a hybrid model and one who would be better served by the remote model.

    Please note that this does not replace the PowerSchool Registration paperwork which must be filled in by all students attending Pembroke Public Schools regardless of which model they choose.
     

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  • Pembroke Public Schools

    Hybrid Reopening Proposal

     

    Hybrid: Every Other Day Rotation: ABAB

    Week 1

    Monday

    Tuesday

    Wednesday

    Thursday

    Friday

    In School

    Home ½ day

    Cohort A

    Cohort B

    Cohort A

    Cohort B

    Home Learning

    Home ½ day

    Cohort B

    Cohort A

    Cohort B

    Cohort A

    *Monday AM would be utilized for 3 hours of teacher planning; Monday PM would be 3 hours of instruction.

    Comments/Concerns:

    • Sanitation between cohorts; similar if AABB and ABAB
    • Special Education students in school for 4 days
    • Expectation for Remote Teachers: planning etc.
    • Elementary: Role of specialists in the Monday PM; 3 hours
    • PHS: Sharing of paper books in ELA in particular; library guidelines around sanitation
    • 6 feet of spacing; masks/cloth face coverings Prek-12 required; outdoor spaces for mask breaks

     

    Hybrid ABAB Home Learning Day Grades PreK-6

    Time:

    Adjust for North

    Activity:

    Work may be Synchronous or Asynchronous

    Check-ins are required

    Comments/Concerns

    8:15 AM

    8:30 AM

    9:45-10 AM

    10:00-11:15 AM

    11:15-12:15 PM

    12:15-1:30 PM

    1:30-2:00 PM

    2:00-3:00 PM

    3:00-3:20 PM

    Morning Meeting

    English Language Arts Support

    Guided Break

    Mathematics Support

    Specialist

    Lunch/15 minutes of Lunch Bunch

    Titan Time

    Science/Social Studies/Guided Play

    Office Hours

     

    Timing: should look like a traditional school day; would have to recommend changing start times otherwise and transportation impacted. Hybrid model would follow current start times to use buses efficiently.

     

    Once we know who is assigned to the “at home days” we will be able to detail expectations around synchronous and asynchronous learning.

     

     

    Hybrid ABAB Home Learning Day PCMS & PHS

    Time:

    Adjust for PHS

     

    Activity:

    Work may be Synchronous or Asynchronous

    Check-ins are required

     

    Comments/Concerns

    7:20 AM

    7:40 AM

    8:40 AM

    9:40 AM

    10:40 AM

    11:40-12:10 PM

    12:10 PM

    1:10 PM

    2:10-2:25 PM

     

    Advisory

    English Support

    Electives Support/STEM&PE at PCMS

    Math Support

    World Language Support

    Lunch

    Science

    Social Studies Support

    Titan Time/Office Hours

    Special Ed services

    ·         Something to keep in mind: Compensatory services IEPs/504s/ELL & Recovery Support

    Number of transitions: block versus 7 periods

    PCMS: STEM and PE & Electives

    Electives/ Support Services:

    Times need adjustments

     

    Once we know who is assigned to the “at home days” we will be able to detail expectations around synchronous and asynchronous learning.

     

     

Hybrid Learning Model- 8/11

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