• ASD in School

    blended learning


    With the ASD in school option, students attend their neighborhood school or school of choice.


    In the 2020-21 school year, there are three learning delivery methods. They can be combined (blended) or used individually.

    • Face to Face: Students attend school, with their peers, instructed by a teacher.
    • Live online instruction (synchronous): Live instruction from a teacher, using a digital platform. Students access this from their home.
    • Recorded online instruction (asynchronous): Recorded instruction, and/or activities provided by the teacher in an online platform, that allow students/families to access the content at their own pace and timing. 



    Registration Information


    Blended Learning Explained

    Dan Barker, Senior Director of Elementary Education discusses the Blended Learning Option: ASD in School.

    Dr. Kersten Johnson-Struempler, Senior Director of Secondary Education discusses the Blended Learning Option: ASD in School.

ASD in School Information / FAQs

  • How do students access their courses?

  • How can parents monitor their students progress?

  • How will school be different this fall?

  • What does a Blended Model mean?

  • What is a Cohort/Quarter model?

  • How will day/cohort placement be determined? How can families request modifications for family circumstances?

  • Will schools have to stay in this “Cohort/Quarter” model all year?

  • How will social distancing be incorporated into every classroom?

  • Will before/after school programs still occur on school grounds? Will outside organizations be able to continue renting school space?

  • Will each student receive a device?

  • Will shared devices in school be disinfected between uses?

  • How will recess be affected?

  • How will lunchtime look different?

  • How will English Language Learners be accommodated?

  • How will ASD accommodate my Sped student to ensure he/she meets their IEP?

Additional Questions?

We have retired the Google Form process to get faster responses to families with questions through the Help Center or through their neighborhood/choice school.

  • Please contact your neighborhood school or school of choice for additional information.

Last Modified on December 8, 2020