Students will be learning on every school day, no matter what. Whether in-person or online, students will study in supportive environments with rigorous academic standards. Teachers will have time each day to engage one-on-one with students and families.
Academic instruction will include social-emotional learning and trauma-informed care to support students. Student schedules—both remote and in-person—will be preset and consistent to allow families to plan.
Get more information about teaching and learning models.
Public schools offer blended learning, a mix of in-person days at school and remote-learning days at home. The default for all students is to participate in their schools’ blended learning schedules.
Your school will keep you informed of its specific learning model and your child’s schedule. If you have questions, reach out to the school directly. For contact information, visit the School Finder page.
Blended Learning Opt-in Period
The last opt-in period for blended learning ended on Friday, April 9.
Students who opted into blended learning during the last opt-in period returned to school buildings on April 26.
The default learning model for all students is blended learning, which involves a schedule of both in-person and remote instruction days. However, you can change to fully remote learning at any time of year, for any reason, by completing the online learning preference form.
Remote-only learning means that a student would learn 100% remotely (all online, from home). Remote learning includes live interaction with teachers every day, and every class includes live instruction.
Choose remote learning for your child.
You must provide your child’s student ID number on the form. If you do not have the student ID, reach out to the school for this information.
Please note: This form does not apply to charter schools. If your child attends a charter school, reach out to the school directly to discuss learning options.
You can get help if you're unable to complete the form online.