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ladies and gentlemen just joining us on.the live youtube.stream uh what we're doing today is a.webinar trying to give an overview.of the variety of different options that.parents have for their children.whether we choose asd in school or.our various asd at home options so we're.going to move into.our asd it's school options and we'll.start with.dan barker the senior director of.elementary education.uh thank you alan i am i'm dan barker.senior director of elementary.and i'm going to talk a little bit uh.about what asd.in school will look like this fall for.our elementary students i really.appreciate the opportunity to get to.talk a little bit about this and help.parents and families.understand who this might be the best.choice for.this option is really the best for.families who.are super excited to get back to.face-to-face learning as close to that.traditional.experience as you remember and as.everybody thinks of when you close your.eyes and picture what elementary school.is.the face to face or the asd in school.model.is designed using something called.blended learning and you're going to.hear that term used a fair bit.through this presentation and going.forward for sure.so blended learning the concept allows.us to.provide for instruction in the model.that we're in.right now which is a high risk model.where we're not able to be face to face.but it also allows us the most.flexibility in being able to pivot back.to a more hopeful time in our hopefully.near future when.children and teachers can be in closer.proximity to each other.so our models designed around again the.ability to present instruction.essentially one of three ways which is.that face-to-face way.if our community health status gets.itself to a point.where we're able to have uh kids and.teachers back in.uh our public school buildings and if.not in the way.we're work which we're gonna start the.school year which is using a digital.platform.called canvas many of our uh families.would have experienced this.uh in the spring same platform but it's.gonna look quite a bit different.canvas in the spring was set up around.us having to put it together in a very.brief period of time canvas now.is the same platform using material that.we've had folks working on all summer to.prepare.so in that uh not in person high risk.model.the canvas platform will allow an.opportunity for teachers to provide.a minimum of four live english language.arts lessons a week.and four live mathematics lessons a week.in addition to that they'll be using.that blended model that i talked about.where in addition to moving backward and.forward in and out of risk statuses.they're actually merging content into.the delivery option to make sure that.the teachers are able to address.all of the standards around english.language arts math science social.studies pe.health art music so this blended.approach allows us to.provide content that our students need.to be successful.and move it in and out of safety areas.based on what's going on with community.health.this model also is going to keep.students together.with that same group of children that.they've been going to school with in.their neighborhood school for a.significant period of time.it's also going to have them working.with the teachers who work in that.school.so if you're a family who's really.chomping at the bit to have us get back.to normal school as.you remember it it's entirely possible.that this.asdn school option is the best choice.for you again.students and teachers will all be.involved with each other.in the same many of the same manners.that they would have under a normal.school year okay.and that's going to be asd at home for.the element or excuse me asd.at school in the elementary blended.model.all right thank you dan appreciate it.very much next we're going to go to.kirsten johnson strimpler senior.director of secondary education.to get an overview of what middle and.high school will look like.all right thank you ellen for that.introduction.um much of what you've heard uh my.colleague mr barker.uh describe about elementary will be.true at high school as well this is.um the the option that parents should.select if they.anticipate wanting to come back to.school when our when our high risk.environment moves into that medium risk.uh level um where our covid cases make.it safe enough for us to come back face.to face so.um in order for us to do that at the.middle and high school level.we wanted to create a situation.where students could uh flow from a high.risk model where they're.at home and and doing some blended.learning online.and then still maintain that connection.with their teachers when they come back.and have a manageable caseload at all of.these different.risk levels whether it's high medium or.low risk.and so in order to do that most students.at middle school.take seven classes a semester and.and six classes at high school a.semester we have instead opted to go to.a quarter model this year.to reduce the number of classes that.kids are.responsible for maintaining at one time.and this.this helps them stay on track better in.a blended environment.and so students at both the middle and.high school will take three classes per.quarter this.this year and um and in this.this offering and so two of those.courses for most students will be.your core courses english language arts.social studies.math and or science so the first quarter.you would take two of those classes.um we are recommending that we pair.um language arts or social studies with.math or science.um to have a balanced approach to your.education.and then the second quarter you would.take the opposite of that.and then the first quarter you would.take one elective also and you would.take a second elective second quarter.and so each of the quarters in the first.semester you would have a.total of three classes and then by the.time that you get to the end of the.semester you would still take your.traditional.number of classes and have six classes.total that you've completed as a middle.or high school student.so as um a division we're also.um doing all of our coursework through.canvas much like elementary.um and mr barker mentioned and so that.is the computer platform that all of our.classes will utilize.um so it doesn't matter which course.you're in.you have one platform to learn and and.that will make it much easier for.students to navigate.um this fall so um.the other thing that's going to be a.little bit different.than what we've done moving forward is.that students will maintain.a regular school schedule of classes so.schools will publish their.their course schedules um and their bell.schedules if you will.and though then students will still.attend classes by.zoom every day but wednesday um based on.their their class schedule.and so teachers will teach a 30 minute.or.longer lesson on monday tuesday thursday.and friday.and then wednesday is a day for students.to catch up on their canvas work.if they need to meet with a teacher.individually or.in a small group to get help teachers.will arrange those it's also a time for.teachers to meet with parents if parent.conferencing is needed.um and so it's it's really kind of a.it's a catch-up day for students and and.they'll be working in their canvas.computer course shell is what we would.call it um on wednesdays.so we will still be taking student.attendance.via zoom um while they're in class.and and like i had mentioned before.wednesdays are going to be an.independent learning.time and time for teachers to really.work with parents and students.in this platform of learning so that is.the.blended model of middle and high school.all right just a quick follow-up though.so who's for um.for parents who have questions about.whether it's elementary or secondary.what's the best route or who should they.contact to just get more details.um to learn more what's what's the best.route at this point.so our for the secondary level in.particular.uh our counselors are back to school now.um.and so are our principals so for the the.middle and high school level the best.person to contact is your students.counselor.uh and they can walk you through some of.the questions that you may have.or if there's a course change or.something along those lines that you'd.like uh to get help with they would be.your first point of contact.and alan for the elementary level uh.again.as dr johnson said uh we have principals.and office staffs.that are now back uh in their buildings.or.at least monitoring that communication.so that would be the first step if you.have questions about.what that model specifically looks like.or specific questions to your school or.your student.you could start with uh with the.elementary school itself.of course if if that isn't something.that's working out or you're not able to.connect in a timely fashion.you can always contact our office here.at elementary education.742-4254 and one of us.will help connect you with that school.or get back to you with your answer as.soon as possible.all righty thank you very much um next.we'll.hear from christina bellamy the director.of k12 teaching and learning will go.into a little bit more about the.specific.online curriculum for the blended model.great thank you so much alan i'm dr.christina bellamy i'm one of the.directors.in the teaching and learning department.that oversees.some core curriculum specifically the.core curriculum we'll be talking about.today.is ela mathematics social studies.science we'll also be touching on in.this brief chat that i'll have with you.today.some elements of art music pe health.and libraries from the teaching and.learning.perspective the asd at school.delivery model um runs right alongside.with our risk.levels so in a more hopeful time when we.are face to face this will be physical.classrooms.um the way that we have known typical.schooling to go.in a medium risk model we'll be looking.at blending.the three different elements of live.instruction face to face.recorded instructions so opportunities.for.some things to be recorded and then.families and students can access at a.later time.and then live online activities.currently we are in a high risk and so.we will be returning in this high risk.level for in.asd at school delivery which is fully.online.one of the changes or nuances from what.we experienced in the spring as a.response to our coveted pandemic.to now is that instruction will not be.supplemental or not.count per se for elementary students.there will be grades given.we will be looking at making sure we've.put a lot of time and effort.into ensuring that curriculum is aligned.that students that are involved in.specific programs.like cte like rotc.like immersion you'll be hearing from my.colleague mr locke here soon.we'll be able to take courses that are.germane are very important.to those those those pathways and that.students will be getting the standards.and the instruction that they need to.continue to be successful.okay um so as we as we.continue on i guess along the canvas.course modeling here.um those courses have been aligned to.what you've heard dr johnson speak about.which is the cohort quarter model um.previous slide alan if you don't mind i.was not quite done with that one thank.you sir i appreciate it sorry about that.no worries it's all good we we're nimble.um so the all of our our content that.has been designed.by anchorage school district teachers.amazing uh support from our teachers we.had over 400 teachers working.this summer to build meaningful rigorous.and relevant content.for the asd at school delivery model.regardless of which.risk level we were in um very proud of.the work.and the and the time that they put in.over the summer to make sure that our.curriculum was integrated.and this will be used for all of our.neighborhood schools and.all some of our alternative schools will.be using it as well.the emphasis will be placed in english.language arts.math science and social studies that.will look a little different in.secondary on how that integration runs.versus elementary but again the emphasis.is on those four core subjects.however we still want to offer choice.and find that very valuable.in a student's well-rounded education.and so at all levels.uh k-12 students will have opportunities.in art.music health pe and library as they.would.typically next slide please.a feature that we are extremely.excited about and find a lot of urgency.around that is different from the spring.is around the assessment that we're.doing with our students.to make sure that we are identifying.first and foremost.their strengths um they're areas of.uh that need more more more focus.i tend to not like the word weakness but.they're areas that need some more focus.and then how they're growing.both in reading and math and we're doing.this through.iready which is a diagnostic tool.that has a very close tie.to the instruction that we do with.students on a daily basis.so we will be assessing students.for reading in grades kindergarten.through 10th grade.and specific classes of students that.need a specific level.of support in 11th and 12th grade.in math we will be uh testing all.students.kindergarten through eighth grade um.using the i ready assessment and then.we'll be.administering a different assessment for.our ninth or twelfth graders in math.called alex again the the reason that.this.is so important um is it helps.us understand where uh we need to meet.our students.so that we can grow them this academic.year.these programs have the instructional.component that allows students to after.they've taken the initial diagnostic.assessment it places them in a program.that's at their instructional level.so that when we are in times needing to.uh and online so for example uh dr.johnson talked about that wednesday.uh being a date that would be online for.students um.particularly for our ninth and tenth.grade students in reading um.and our eighth grade students in math.this is a great opportunity for them.to be accessing and utilizing the i.ready instructional tool.that will help them continue to progress.and get practice.at their instructional level.this approach really does help us.intervene for students that might need a.little bit more support.and accelerate students that are that.have shown that they are ready for more.challenging um.more challenging curriculum both.teachers and.students with these programs will have.online access to review student progress.and teachers are able to from the.assessment.make groupings and schedules so that.they can meet with students in small.groups.around areas of focus or acceleration as.needed so from the curriculum and.instruction side of the house.that is what asd at school looks like.for us.thanks dr bellany thank you so much for.that.thorough um overview that's super super.helpful.um and me as a parent too as i'm i'm.kind of navigating this as well.so thank you very much next i'd like to.hand it off to brandon locke.our director of world languages and.we've received so many questions about.how will immersion work if our students.aren't.actually in school so here to provide.some in.insight into that both for elementary.and secondary is brandman lock.thank you ellen so i have the privilege.of overseeing all of the world language.and immersion programs for the anchorage.school district.and um so i'm going to talk to you about.uh.elementary immersion first and then.we'll transition into.secondary immersion uh one thing that.we've not yet talked about on this.webinar is the district's new virtual.school.so i will sort of uh provide a little.bit of a precursor.to that presentation as i talk about um.immersion.so um as my colleagues have already.mentioned there is the uh.risk levels of low risk medium risk and.high risk uh for the.for um what what asd in school looks.like.and as you know we are starting at the.high risk uh level which means that we.are fully online so all of our classes.will be online.regardless of the uh outcome.hopefully past a covet or as the numbers.go down.um in the medium risk category our.immersion schools.will have the students participating in.cohorts where the students would go two.days a week.so rather than the traditional model of.having the students split half of their.day.in the english classroom and half of.their day in the target language or the.immersion language classroom.they would students would spend one full.day in the immersion.language classroom and one full day in.the english partner teacher classroom.followed by three days of e-learning or.distance delivery.learning and the students would.would be in cohorts either on monday.tuesday with the following.three days at home or they would be in a.thursday friday cohort with monday.tuesday wednesday at home.and then again our low risk would be all.students in school.five and a half hours a day and they.would be split.in between the english partner teacher.classroom and the target language.classroom.for those parents or families that.choose to go with the new asd virtual.school.that is an option for any content that.would be taught by.the english partner teacher which really.would be english language arts and math.and so the students would participate in.that asd virtual school for the ela and.the math.and then they would participate in the.in-school options.depending of course on the risk level uh.for.their uh immersion content so that would.be the.language arts for example let's just say.japanese japanese language arts as well.as the science and the social studies.at the elementary level that are taught.in the immersion language.for those families who choose to do the.asd virtual for all.instruction it would be similar to.auditing an immersion classroom.the reason that we say that is because.all of our elementary immersion content.is created in-house by our elementary.immersion teachers.there is no in fact we are one of only.four russian immersion programs in the.entire nation.so uh finding a um an.already prepared digital program in.russian.immersion is is really not possible so.what we would do is we would have the.students being able to.access all of the online components that.the teacher.is creating and putting online but yet.they wouldn't actually come to the.school for.any um face-to-face instruction with.their with their.immersion classroom teachers and because.our elementary immersion programs are.considered choice programs and are.lottery based.it's it's not possible to actually have.students participate in two.lottery based or choice programs and so.at the elementary level an option of.splitting between an immersion program.and say a charter school such as family.partnership.is not an option at the elementary.school level.moving to the middle excuse me moving to.the secondary level.our secondary programs include two.programs can.yeah thank you two uh courses at the.middle school level and then one course.at the high school level so as dr.johnson shared about the quarters and.taking three classes per.quarter um if we're talking about asd in.school.for immersion the students at the middle.school level.would take their immersion language arts.course.during quarters one and three and they.would take their social studies course.which is taught in that immersion.language.during quarters two and four that way we.have the opportunity to.highlight or or excuse me to really.set a precursor to the social studies.content by really.providing um some heavy language.at the beginning of the school year.those two courses were.truly designed to be integrated so there.there may be some aspects of social.studies that.that come through in the language course.but really for the for the purposes of.scheduling the students would take one.immersion course per quarter.and then at the high school level um.again it is.one course per per grade level one.course for ninth grade immersion one.course for tenth and so on and those.would be quarter based.so this um and would fall into the.elective category that dr johnson.spoke of for.the students who are choosing the asd.virtual for their non-target language.similar to the elementary level.they would take the asd virtual courses.for all of their.classes with the exception of their.immersion class that they would still.attend.in school depending of course on the.risk level.and then something that is different at.the secondary level that doesn't happen.at the elementary level is the single.course enrollment option that is.available to students so a student could.be.fully enrolled at say frontier.charter school but through the single.course enrollment.may um choose to take a specialized.course in a different program for.example let's say japanese immersion.students would also at the secondary.level have the option of participating.in.either asd virtual or their um their.home school.or correspondent school for all.instruction however.because there is no pre-existing.curriculum for.our immersion programs as i mentioned.the students would have the opportunity.to not take a class.in their immersion language this.particular school year.if the family decided that they just did.not want to go back to the school at all.now we are looking and working with our.i.t folks and some other.um uh sort of problem solvers to figure.out how we can.potentially use webcams or other tech.support to.make that last bullet point that i just.spoke of a non-issue.um we are still in the process of of.working through that.and i know that one question that i've.i've seen come up multiple times this.this um i was going to say this spring.but we're already in august.uh is the the question about their.immersion cord.will my students still get their.immersion cord even if they're not in.the program this particular school year.and the answer is yes we are not going.to penalize any students we recognize.that the immersion programs are a.13-year commitment.and that we are in a worldwide pandemic.so.regardless of what grade the student is.in this year.when the student would get to their.senior year of high school.and get ready for graduation the student.would not be penalized.and yes would receive their immersion.completion cord.in the event that they chose not to take.any immersion classes this this.particular school year.and that is the end of my immersion.presentation well thank you.everyone for that so that ladies and.gentlemen that was sort of an overview.of asd in school so.if if parents are looking to basically.keep their kids.in their school with their with the.teachers that they know.um if we started in a high-risk category.we are starting in a high-risk category.that's really the overview of of what.you might see.now we're going to transition to asd.at home so a lot of a lot of parents.might not be comfortable sending their.students back for quite a while after we.get back into maybe a medium risk.category.and so asd has put together a number of.options we have.several current options but we've also.added a new option.to give parents a choice and they can.opt into.so that's a good segue i'd like to.introduce carol boatman she's the direct.new director of uh.learning innovation and she'll talk.about asd.virtual good evening.yes i will be talking about asd virtual.program.which is asd at home and a key component.for this.and one of the reasons it has come about.is for those.parents who want to still be connected.to their neighborhood school but don't.feel safe having their kids go back to.school no matter what the risk level is.so this allows your student to be.connected to the school.so if you did say want to participate in.one class or do.after school activities you'd have that.ability to because you would stay.connected to the neighborhood school.but you will do a different online.learning.so for k through 5 students we will be.using an online platform called calvert.learning.and it's but it has lots of virtual labs.assessments that you do to mastery.and it's meaningful and it has summative.assessments that.guide you through the curriculum both of.these.uh or this program specifically engages.students with an interactive approach to.learning.for sixth through twelfth grade we will.be using apex for core classes.and e-dynamics for electives and if your.student is.in asd virtual program we will follow.the same model for.classes as you would if you were at.school so you would have two core.classes and one elective.first quarter and then two core classes.and one elective.second quarter we will provide a.consistent and reliable plan.for students and families and what we.mean by that is the platform will stay.online.and we will use the same platforms.through the whole school year or as long.as your student is in asd virtual.program.we offer courses that align to the.learning standards whether you're in k5.or.6 through 12 and we ensure that the.secondary courses meet.ncaa and graduation requirements which.is really key especially if you're in.high school.and want to go to college afterwards.this is really important to know and.understand that the programs we're.providing for you.allow you that opportunity and meet.those needs.we provide resources and training to.support parents as learning coaches for.their students.i know that k-5 parents the questions.that i've had is they're really wanting.to know what their role is specifically.for their student when they're at home.and a key component of this is.and one of the reasons you might be.choosing this is you.want to have an active role in your.students education.and calvert learning uh talks about in.uh they talk about.daily work of three to five hours for.work on the pro on the different uh.i'm sorry on the different courses so.english language.and for math and your elective you would.do that balance.the great thing about this program is.you have flexibility meaning you can do.it at your pace.in your space and at your time we well.provide.our virtual teachers will have training.to engage.students and support online learners and.our asd virtual teaching will be all of.our teachers will be state certified.and they will use a variety of real-time.and self-paced activities to engage.students in their learning.which may include face-to-face doom.sessions.self-paced assignments and quizzes.online discussions both text.and video support with online materials.whether the parent needs support or the.student needs supports the asd virtual.teacher is there to help.and we will provide support with online.materials and track progress for.students with academic goals.if they are struggling we have different.ways to help.for k through 5 cal learning we have.a supplemental piece that goes with it.called it exact path.and that program allows you to advance.students.or give additional instruction if.they're struggling.and apex and e-dynamics especially for.the core which would be apex.the teacher has the ability to go in and.make some adjustments.students have the ability to go in and.retake a quiz if they need to.so there's different ways to help.support the students and the asd virtual.teacher.their role is to help you facilitate.your students learning.but a key thing of it is that it's at.your pace.at your students pace and they um you.help guide and put that together.one of the key things that will be.important is the communication that will.come from the asd virtual teacher.they're going to work with you as you.are going through these programs.and as you are moving forward another.key.important piece of this is for the asd.virtual.is you get to stay at your neighborhood.or choice school.you will continue to receive school.communication from your school.you will have the opportunity to.participate in activities like clubs.and athletics and you get to access.academic.planning and graduation support all of.these pieces come together.to give you an option for if you want to.stay at home and be an active role.with your student and the learning that.is taking place.um it's important to understand with the.asd virtual program that it is all.online.whether you're kindergarten through 12th.grade.um and they will you be using different.platforms either calvert learning or the.apex and e-dynamics.but we will have an asd virtual teacher.to help support your student and support.you.as you move through these different.types of curriculum.and provide training also.thank you carol so i've heard this.question a bunch of different times and.ways.and kind of even as a parent myself and.i i think.over the course of your your.presentation i think you you hit on.really.a lot of the benefits there but just to.kind of.lay it out i know that if i'm sending my.student to.our neighborhood school they're going to.be online and we're going to have a role.in that process.so because of that what advantage or.what difference or why would i then.choose or what would be the benefit in.your.mind to go to choose the asd virtual.what is that really that key.distinguishing factor.for parents that may kind of look at it.at glance and say.i don't necessarily understand the.difference here i think a key component.is that it is it's a standalone program.for k through five so we will be using a.virtual learning program.that many districts throughout the.united states have used.and it allows you to have that.consistency the way that it's.implemented and how it's set up.it allows you to have flexibility it.gives you suggested schedule.it also gives you activities uh to do.with students like if your student.is uh just can't move anymore or.i'm what we call has had too much screen.time.then they give you activities and.suggestions to help with that piece so i.i think of.a big thing with the asd virtual program.is.um we have these different tips that are.available for parents to help be.a part of that and it's not changing.from different modalities so if you.choose asd.in school you would start with.e-learning and then if the risk changes.then you would go.into the classroom setting and it would.be.using a different format so parents.might not like that necessarily for.their students.and asd virtual allows you to.consistently stay.with the same modality of teaching.all right thank you so much that was.that was really helpful.um so kind of shifting gears.a little bit and a lot of a lot of folks.uh within the district and parents.are may or may not realize that the asd.has a number of pre-established.correspondence and homeschool programs.and uh we're going to offer an overview.of those right now.uh first being um paideia correspondent.school.followed by frontier charter school and.then family partnership charter school.so.uh i'll introduce doug gray the.principal of paideia.for his uh overview.thanks alan so the slide you can see in.front of you.that's really um that's the.commonalities that you're going to find.between.family partnership frontier and us so.there's definitely some things that are.very similar.uh in a homeschool model and so it's.really for the parent to kind of do some.research and look at well what's the.best fit because then we do have some.things that are a little bit different.and so.for paideia one of the things that's a.little bit different for us.is that you know we still use the asd.structures but we still have adopted a.homeschool philosophy.so you know we still are looking at.trying to build flexible.and customized academic experiences for.our students.but we still kind of probably use a lot.more.of input from what's happening in an asd.school.so you know a lot of times homeschool.families have the opportunity to pick.curriculum that's uh meets their.families needs.we take a little bit different approach.that you know we try to guide families.into curriculum that we.feel personally at paideia that we're.experts in and that we can support.you know so some of the students that we.kind of look for that we look to support.are that come to us.are students that are looking to be duly.enrolled in either another public or.private school so we do have some.families that look to access us.uh for dual enrollment just because of a.scheduling issue.um they're looking for some a smaller.school setting.um they're looking for that homeschool.experience they still want to be.um have their child at home but they.want some teacher guidance and that's.kind of where we might come into play.and with that is um when a parent does.and a child does come and meet with us.they're paired up with.an advisory teacher and that is.something similar between all three.schools.that we you know you the family and the.child meet with this.uh advisory teacher and that's really.their contact person that's the person.that's really gonna help support them.in looking at the curriculum looking at.what they need.what does the academic plan look like.for them and how can we support that and.what does that look like at home because.we are.home school so families really are the.primary driver.in what happens and so we're there to.help answer questions and provide.support and that's really what that.advisory teacher does.and so when they meet with the advisory.teacher they're going to look at.developing a student learning plan.and this is really the plan that really.does outline.what the students year is going to look.like and.they you know that's a it's a fluid.document in the sense for us because.it's something that we sit down at the.beginning of the year it's.usually about an hour meeting with each.family to go over.uh the curriculum that we're looking at.but it's also looking at what are some.homeschool experiences.because part of home school isn't.necessarily just.being at the home itself it's also.looking out into the community.what resources are out there that.parents might want what are.some of the passions or interests that.that child has that we want to explore.with that.uh in that setting and so that student.learning plan is really kind of designed.to to focus that area.like i said it doesn't have to be fluid.i mean it is fluid we don't all you know.we might sit down and we might think we.have the greatest plan ever and then.three weeks later we realized nope.that's not gonna work and so.we will meet with that family and.redesign what it is that we need to do.and that's really the nice thing about.having the advisory teacher there.because that is the point of contact.that is.you know some of our families they're.ready to go they have everything.outlined they just need our.guidance and allotment funds and and.they're often we might meet with them in.august and then we won't really.necessarily might not meet with them.until the end of the semester until in.december.other families we're really going to.help you work through that process.because.they didn't know that they might need it.to homeschool but here they are.and so they might need a lot more.support so we're looking at ways that we.can help.offer parent workshops offer.you know opportunities for parents to.ask questions uh we do informational.meetings for families to talk about hey.this is what homeschool looks like.because some families really even have.the simple questions of just like.what should i set up my house to look.like you know and so.those are some things that we can help.process through.so you know at the k2 level i mean it is.important to know for us.the parents really are doing the heavy.lifting we.pretty much look towards a paper and.pencil curriculum when we're supporting.that level.so families really are the ones that.really need to know.to be able to implement that type of.curriculum we do offer.some online pieces but we do feel at the.k2 level that.that paper pencil tactile piece is.really important.so and we'll work with families on that.and we'll let them know you know we.we do say roughly 30 to 45 minutes a day.per content.area four days a week and that's kind of.like the curriculum that we use is set.up for that it is set up for four days.because we don't want families to feel.like it is just sitting there and.and doing just only direct instruction.that we are really looking at ways to.get families out to explore the.environment that's around them so that.they can build upon what they are.learning at home.um you know three through five it's a.gradual release of control.we are slowly letting the kids work a.little bit more independent.uh we are looking for maybe some online.opportunities where students can be.self-guided and self-paced.but still with parents oversight and.then of course.our help and support there as the.advisory teacher.at the high school level we offer.enriched virtual classes so those are.classes that are going to meet two times.a week.they're going to be meeting online they.have a.they have an instructor um it's not.cramming five days of work in two days.but it is looking at ways to.provide some direct instruction.opportunities while the students then go.out and still do.the high rigor of work that they need to.do on their own.uh with that we offer independent study.classes where the students meet with the.advisory teacher and they might have a.passion that they're interested in and.we're going to sit with them.to figure out how we can build on that.so that they can earn credit for that.because that's important at the high.school level.we offer those asynchronous classes.which are the classes where students can.work.uh on their own time um on their own at.their own pace.they still need to finish because we do.work under a semester model so.students have from august 31st to.uh december 11th to complete those.classes but they.you know if we have a student that likes.to work late at night they can take.those classes and they can do those late.at night.if we have early morning kids they can.do it early morning so it's up to them.there's still a person that's a teacher.that's attached to that class but the.student is doing it at their own pace.their own time that.instructor is there just to help answer.questions um.do some grading do some checking in.making sure that they're logging in and.doing the work that they need to do.because we do try to provide a lot of.oversight.so like i said the big curriculum that.we use at the k8 level.is book shark we do use other things but.that is pretty much our main curriculum.that we use.and then at the high school level we are.pulling in some of the resources that.you might find at.a traditional high school and then the.teachers are there to help supplement.that we do use canvas as our platform so.that would be very similar across the.board so.families are similar with that and we.have found that that's a great tool.uh and many areas for us to be able to.communicate with parents to communicate.with students.and also kind of keep a check-in of.where students are in.a one place where we do keep all of our.uh where.the curriculum so and then.um yeah so we i mean we that's kind of.like where we are in a nutshell and.so i know um you know we some things are.going to be similar and then some things.are going to be different i will say we.are going to do.a information parent meeting on.wednesday at 12 o'clock and if anybody.is interested it is.you can find the link on our web page.all right.thank you doug again that's wednesday.for the parent meeting.it's on padea's web page i'd like to.transition to jerry finkler the.principal of frontier charter.i'll give us an overview of his program.jerry there i think you're muted still.oh please forgive me i i did that.hi i'm jerry finkler and i i just wanted.to introduce you to our program.the the parents that we serve primarily.are independent homeschooling families.like my own back in 1996 when we began.we were on our own.and after a couple of years i came my.wife and i came alongside of a publicly.funded program.that provided us more resources and.basically information on curriculum than.than we had ever imagined is out there.and.why nowadays there's such a a rapidly.development.developing um uh set of curriculum.it's just there's more added each year.and so.at frontier the teachers and i are.focused.primarily on curating curriculum.okay so when parents join our program.um to help them achieve academic.excellence which is what our.our goal and motto is we um we introduce.them to things they've never imagined.is out there for instance uh we just had.a parent.um send their child to princeton.on a full ride scholarship this is like.three years ago and and what.was it that worked so well for them well.the state of pennsylvania.they require all homeschooling families.to fit within the state.school program and one of the.consequences to that is.is their ap online courses which it's.the distance learning model and they're.very.high quality so we recommend that.families we're like a clearinghouse.sharing uh what we learned from.great families like that why um.there's a lot of choices at frontier um.one of the things that parents often.like to do.is use a standard or a traditional.homeschooling.book let's say for english language arts.and then they'll ask us.how they can can bolster that with let's.say.one family i know went ahead and.added a thursday virtual latin class.to their sixth grade girls curriculum so.what she did was.she would log in the teacher was in.boise idaho classmates in new zealand.california alaska there was a half dozen.kids all over the place.now if you ask that student today she.would tell you she didn't really like it.because she had to work so hard but you.see.by putting another teacher in their life.to help the homeschool mom out.why she was homeschooling all week i'm.getting ready for that latin class and.the.the end result was why that.girl has her sentence structure down you.know so our families are.are looking to us to share you know.what's out there.and we are we've worked for a number of.years with.with just so many um colleges and high.schools and.even stanford university and by the way.we proctor for all these.universities and and high schools around.um that stanford.i became the proctor for those guys and.the idea was we had an eighth grade girl.who had applied.to that school their high school program.and took a biology class and why.i looked at all the work samples and.and then accepted the grade from.stanford and put it on the asd.transcript.but talk about teach across the.curriculum she had a solid.biology class um that had a lot of.writing.and uh and the arts in it and so.i mean the list goes on and on and on so.that's what we do best we curate.curriculum and and then i make sure that.our teachers are trained.in what the newest and latest.curriculum for instance this summer we.really put.our minds to researching what.online programs offer social.that whole social component for the.social learner you know so the.student isn't just on the computer doing.the work but they also.can can work for another teacher in.their life along with other classmates.and why we've come up with quite a bit.of stuff and um.for example just one example um i talked.to.byu i've been asking them for a number.of years when are you going to come up.with a ncaa approved.online curriculum well it just so.happens that they're rolling out um.classes.um this fall and did you know that to me.be ncaa standards they had to add a.social component to it so that.so that not only were students working.at home but they were getting online.and meeting with other students and also.um.there was a teacher cheerleading them.and having high expectations.for them to produce you know so.yeah and then you know frontier does.basically what all the other homeschool.programs do.in support of parents um offering.flexibility and funding but.that's where we pride ourselves because.why that's what helps parents um.the most.thank you thank you jerry appreciate.that overview.and finally we'll talk to dr jessica.parker the principal of family.partnership charter school.hello there i'm jessica parker the.principal at family partnership.and we are a k-12 homeschool program.very similar to frontier because we're.charters.the word charter means that we are run.by a board.mostly of parents and so they really.guide our decision making.and uh we service families and help them.with their homeschool options.very much like the other two programs we.give them a teacher who sits down with.them.and directs their educational plan and.we give them an allotment.which helps with the finances of buying.books because it can be.very expensive so this program who is it.good for.it's good for families who are willing.to do some heavy lifting because.homeschooling is definitely.a harder option there's a lot more.responsibility on the parents.and unless you have an independent.learner so it can work if you have a.high schooler who can work independently.but really you need to have someone in.the home who can manage the education.so um we have lots of cool bells and.whistles.you know we have usually in a.non-coveted season we have field trip.fridays so homeschool families can hang.out with each other.and we have a library of curriculum.that families can sort through.unfortunately we we don't have all of.those.bells and whistles but what we do offer.is.incredible quality teachers who.most of them like 90 of our teachers.are homeschool moms just like you guys.out there.that are looking for help and advice so.that is our program in a nutshell.all right thank you dr parker so i guess.i'll ask the same quick.question of you all for those really.looking to get more information.i know um if folks go to the website.and choose asd at home all three of.these programs all four of the programs.uh virtual family partnership frontier.data are all linked there but what's.what would be the best way.recommendation for parents to get more.info.and really learn about the program.our website for sure each of us and.uh call our numbers and speak to our.front desk.and of course you can always just send.any of us an email.and we're all really good about replying.as quick as possible.i will say that we have all three of the.homeschool programs have.received a surge in enrollment so uh.we please be patient with us because it.is taking us a little bit of time to get.back to you but.we will get back to you all right.well thank you all very much all of our.distinguished panelists.um i kind of want to close um.by saying again dr stock reiterated.we understand there's a lot of.challenges and we understand that.there's a lot of questions.and this is hopefully useful in.providing that foundational information.and giving.parents a good starting point to begin.that.and continue that investigation as they.try to decide where.what they want to do for navigating back.to school.asd is also publishing couple times a.week a.short video series called airplane arms.uh.navigating back to school and those are.10 to 15 minute spots on.focused topics of of interest.uh to parents as we're trying to figure.out how we're getting back to school in.this.difficult high risk time our website.asdk12.org is.is frequently updated if you go right to.the the main landing page.it takes you right into asd at.asd in school ast at home and all the.different information there that will.help you navigate and learn as much as.you possibly can.so on behalf of uh dr bishop the.superintendent of asd.and dr stock the deputy superintendent.i want to thank everybody for.participating and for watching.and we'll post this up here shortly.probably later on tonight or tomorrow.so that you can go back and watch at uh.your leisure and rewind and get dive.into all the different.areas so thank you so much for tuning in.we appreciate it.and good luck this fall.

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