This evening, the Board of School Directors voted to reopen schools following the Red Plan. While we will share detailed, in-depth information related to the implementation of the Red Plan in the coming days, I feel it is important that you have an overview of the plan this evening.
Weekly Updates from SFASD
July 22, 2020 Weekly Update: Phased Reopening Plans, Informal Reopening Survey, Spring-Ford Cyber Learning Meeting, School Board Meeting
Check out this week's Weekly Update including a K-8 Device Survey, Free and Reduced Lunch Information, and more.
Weekly Update: Free and Reduced Lunch Program; Montgomery County COVID Testing Sites; Spring-Ford Cyber Learning FAQ; Athletic Updates; and more!
Beginning this fall, the program will expand to a full Kindergarten through 12th grade cyber learning program, newly re-named Spring-Ford Cyber Learning (SFCL). SFCL offers students the opportunity to engage in personalized education from home, with the added benefit of being eligible to participate in many SFASD extra-curricular activities. Meaning all students will remain part of the Spring-Ford community!
On July 27, 2020, the Board of School Directors voted to reopen schools following the Red Plan for the first marking period.
Understanding the Red Plan - Returning to School in Red: all stakeholders - students, parents, teachers, building administrators, central administration - will be supported in the transition to home learning and feel confident in the use of the tool to provide high-quality education in 2020-2021 and beyond.