School Reopening Updates
October 2nd – MLHS to begin HYBRID on-campus learning, November 2nd
September 25th – COVID on-campus notification
August 27th - MLHS Begins Remote
As you may be aware, our Return-to-School Taskforce has been hard at work planning and preparing for multiple learning scenarios this fall. While the work is not over, and several precise details are in development, we want to keep you informed.
REQUIREMENTS for On-Campus Models
August 19 - Learning Model Selection Assistance
We are currently navigating a high volume of calls and requests for password assistance and support with your fall Learning Model selection. Rest assured, our team is working quickly to return all messages.
We understand the importance and urgency of your learning choice, however, please refrain from multiple calls and emails.
✏️ If you are unable to access your Skyward account or if you have not yet made your selection:
- Please contact your school. You may need to leave a message but they can aid with account access and support
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org Please include your name, phone, child's name, school, and model selection.
- Some schools may be working directly with you if you have not made a selection.
July 30 - School Board Meeting // Discussion and Approval of Reopening Plan
🖥 Rewatch school board discussion and approval of reopening plans here (available Friday, AM):
July 23 - Draft Proposal
July 22 - School Board Working Meeting
July 15 - Survey #1 Results
July 14 - Tentative Planning Timeline
July 9 - School Recovery Taskforce & Feedback Survey
– Safety, Training, and Orientation
– Health Screening, Hygiene, Masks
– Universal Screening & Diagnostic
– Facilities Cleaning & Disinfecting
– Transportation & Food Service
– Feedback and Grading
– Social-Emotional Needs & School-Wide Behavior Supports
– Family and Student Voice & Community Partners
FAQ - Reopening Washington Schools, OSPI
The Moses Lake School District, in alignment with the expectation set forth by the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, has developed a plan for return to school this fall.
“This guidance is grounded in my belief that the most equitable opportunity for educational success relies upon the comprehensive supports for students provided in our schools with our professionals and the systems of supports we have built. We will do this together, keeping student and staff safety and well-being as our highest priority in the re-opening. To be very clear, it is my expectation that schools will open this fall for in-person instruction,” stated OSPI Superintendent, Chris Reykdal.
From the options below, patrons of the district will select a learning model best for their child. Student and staff assignment and notification of schedule will be completed during the month of August.
Model 1 // Blended Learning
Model 2 // On-Campus Learning
Model 3 // Remote Learning