Centreville releases learning plan

Centreville Public Schools Board of Education announced its COVID-19 preparedness and response plan.

Superintendent Stephanie Lemmer said if Michigan is in safe start phases 1-3, families who have opted to participate in Centreville’s online learning academy will continue for at least one semester in that program, then re-evaluate.

All other students will have remote learning, with instruction provided through Google Classroom.

Students who do not have internet access will be provided assistance in acquiring internet or provided with a hotspot.

Those who do not have internet options available or who do not allow for use of the internet will have access to instructional materials through a weekly instructional packet, supplemented with phone conferencing to support instruction.

Lemmer said for grades K-6, teachers will be live for synchronous instruction. Meanwhile, in grades 7-12, students are provided with a schedule of times they must log in to Google Meet to receive synchronous instruction. They also may be required to participate in small-group or individual instruction with teachers.

Additional information about the 12-page plan is available online at cpschools.org.

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