Classroom to Cloud
July 2020 Update
our classroom to cloud return to learn teams have continued to refine our plans for the 2020-21 school year through ongoing planning, keeping student and staff health and safety at the forefront of our decision making along with making sound instructional decisions for students. the teams have also received feedback from staff and students regarding our instructional model and its impact on learning.
皇冠体育投注we are now proposing the following updates to our return to learn roadmap for 2020-21:
the district's instruction and technology teams hosted a special canvas 101 webinar for parents on aug. 20 related to the district's new learning management system, canvas. the slideshow presentation from the webinar can be found below:
皇冠体育投注*please note that the west bloomfield canvas site is not yet live for students and parents. once it becomes available, we will let students and parents know how to access their classes.
皇冠体育投注we are held an information session for parents to learn more about our return to learn plan for the 2020-21 school year.
links to the recording and slide presentation are included below:
Return to Learn Roadmap
as you are all aware, governor whitmer shared her “mi safe schools: return to school roadmap" in early july. this plan was developed in partnership with educators, legislators and public health officials to ensure the safety of students, staff and families as we eagerly look forward to the start of the 2020-21 school year and the return of in-person instruction.
new to the district for 2020-21 school year is cloud care, an opportunity for families in need of additional childcare offerings during the half of the school day that their student(s) are not participating in in-person instruction. click on the button below to learn more about cloud care.
The district and school Classroom to Cloud (C2C) planning teams have met weekly since mid-May to carefully plan for our Return to School and, where feasible, in-person instruction. The , which aligns with the , has been the driver in our decision-making, along with the feedback we have received from our staff and families. We are making the following recommendations to our Board of Education regarding our West Bloomfield School District C2C Return to School and feel confident the plans are reflective of and responsive to the needs of our community.