Chesterfield schools release learning options for upcoming school year

Chesterfield County

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Chesterfield County Public Schools shared their learning models for the upcoming school year on Tuesday. The current plans for 2021-22 give families with children at all levels the choice between virtual and in-person learning.

A release from the school district explains that they are pushing for families to opt for in-person learning and expect that next year will demand the same COVID-19 mitigation strategies currently underway at schools.

Planning for the school year is still going but the district has given the following options for learning:

  • Elementary School
    • Face-to-face learning at child’s home school in a traditional classroom setting
    • K-8 Virtual academy on a traditional schedule with synchronous learning provided by a CCPS teacher
  • Middle School
    • Face-to-face learning at child’s home school in a traditional classroom setting
    • K-8 Virtual academy on a traditional schedule with synchronous learning provided by a CCPS teacher
      • Some specialized programs will not be available
      • Students can still participate in sports and other extracurriculars at their home school
    • CCPSONLINE for asynchronous virtual learning facilitated through Canvas
  • High School
    • Face-to-face learning at child’s home school in a traditional classroom setting
    • CCPSONLINE for asynchronous virtual learning facilitated through Canvas

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