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Let’s Reconnect! Supplemental Education Starts April 6

Teachers are preparing to reconnect with students for remote supplemental education, online and off

Eugene School District 4J is working hard to help meet the needs of students and families during the extended school closure. Our teachers are preparing to reconnect with students starting April 6 to provide remote supplemental education that reviews, extends and enriches content.

The district is implementing remote learning in phases and working to remove barriers to ensure that all students will have access to learning opportunities. We appreciate your patience and understanding while all Oregon school districts work to adapt our instructional delivery models virtually overnight.

Phase One: The district has made home learning enrichment activities available online for families, and is creating paper packets to be available for families offline.

Phase Two: The second phase involves providing supplemental education and learning support (SEALS) to all students, including online learning.

March 30–April 3: The district will distribute loaner student devices and support families in getting access to the internet, and provide teachers with professional development and collaborative planning time to develop supplemental education content for their students.

April 6–10: Teachers will reconnect with students to provide supplemental education and learning supports that review, extend and enrich content. Supplemental education activities will be developed by teachers and designed to be done at home. Some activities will be online, others may be paper and pencil, and still others will be more physical in nature. 

Next Steps: The Oregon Department of Education is expected to provide information in the coming days on revisions to high school graduation requirements. The state has already announced that the Essential Skills requirements will be suspended this year. High schools will then work with each senior to determine what is needed to help them graduate. The district also is exploring long range plans should the school closure be extended beyond April.

We will continue to provide updates as we have more information available.

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