• ASD in School

    blended learning


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


    Currently, 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 year?

  • 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?

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

Last Modified on April 1, 2021