Watertown school district plans ahead in event of switch to remote learning

K-12 hybrid students only coming to school two days a week and learning remotely for the other three, as well as special education students coming in …

“While we’re still fine-tuning this and putting it out to staff for feedback and questions, our thought is that K-6 will have a very similar schedule across the board,” she said. “… We are thinking that students would begin their school day similarly, just in the home environment. They would still have purposeful play and we would walk through that, they would prepare for school, they would have a morning meeting with positivity project embedded, there would be time for direct instruction which would take place over Zoom, but obviously with breaks built in so the students are not sitting constantly.”