Nov 20, 2020 4:59 PM

USD 383 plans to remain in hybrid learning

Posted Nov 20, 2020 4:59 PM

USD 383 plans to remain in Hybrid Learning for on-site students after Thanksgiving break. Dr. Marvin Wade, Superintendent of Schools said officials know that this could change quickly, so as a strictly precautionary measure, they are having students bring materials home this week just in case there is a need to suddenly change to All Distance Learning - though their intent is to be in Hybrid Learning on November 30.

For the week of November 23, Group A, B, D and Early Learning students will receive remote instruction on Monday and Tuesday. More information about these remote instruction days will be provided by your child’s school.

USD 383 continues to have unfilled vacancies, as well as the need to add staff to mitigate the challenges of Coronavirus. The district has current openings for teachers, building maintenance workers, bus drivers, child nutrition workers, language interpreters, lunch supervisors, nurses, office professionals and para-educators. Maintaining sufficient staff is critical to our success as a system, so now is an excellent time to help the district -even if temporarily- by considering the positions listed on the USD 383 Applicant Portal.

Wade said "By our actions, we collectively determine how long we stay in Hybrid Learning. Please choose wisely for the sake of our children and youth."

  1. Wear masks that completely cover your mouth and nose
  2. Wash or sanitize hands frequently
  3. Keep hands away from your face
  4. Practice social distancing
  5. Avoid gatherings of any size
  6. Clean surfaces regularly
  7. Stay home when sick or if you have cold/flu-like symptoms