Hybrid Program 2021
UPDATE! Check the list below to see if you're enrolled in the Hybrid for Level 4, starting Monday, 4/26!
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Frequently Asked Questions
How do I know if I'm in the hybrid or on the wait list?
Can I change my Hybrid/Distance Learning preference anytime during the process?
If a family wants to go from distance learning to hybrid, this proves to be more difficult, as it depends on space availability. Families can put in a request by calling the Main Office at 408.626.3408. Please note that there is no guarantee the request will be granted. Tuesday, April 20 is the last day that families can request to join the hybrid program.
Where do I check in when I arrive on campus?
What do I bring when I come on campus?
Will my schedule change if I choose the Hybrid program?
What will break/lunch look like?
What is the restroom policy during class/lunch?
What happens if someone is sick while on campus? COVID or otherwise?
How many students will be on campus?
Who is in my stable cohort?
What if my teacher isn't on campus?
Will my teachers be teaching on Zoom and in person at the same time?
What will the classroom set up look like?
Where will big classes, like PE, be held?
PE students will be expected to wear "clothes they can exercise in" on their PE days as the locker rooms will not be in use. Please note no one will be docked points for not being in PE uniform, etc.
How will classrooms be cleaned in between classes throughout the day? What about after school?
What do we do if it rains? What happens to school if there is Poor Air Quality?
Please note that if Air Quality conditions slip into the red category during a school day, schools will remain open and students will be moved to the most acceptable locations on the campus. Parents may remove students from school if they are concerned about air quality that worsens during the day.