Classroom Learning

  • Classroom Learning
  • When schools are able to resume in-person instruction, all MUSD schools will plan to open, as normal as possible with reasonable health and safety measures. In the event of health concerns, illness, or personal reasons, a student can transition to Flexible Learning or Distance Learning. You will find information regarding new health and safety measures in the Safety Protocol Plan, which continues to be updated.

    • Grades PreK-12
    • Five full-days per week
    • Regular school hours
    • Mitigation protocols
    • MUSD appropriately certified and nationally certified teachers
    • Teacher-led in-person instruction at school of enrollment
    • MUSD academic standards, instruction, assessment, curriculum resources
    • Comprehensive MUSD curriculum with availability of classes
    • Social-emotional support and counseling services
    • Accommodations and support services provided (Special Education, English Language Development, Gifted)
    • Physical Education, Music, and other electives 
    • Digital Citizenship and PBIS
    • Chromebook provided by MUSD
    • Enhanced disinfecting and safety protocols 

     

Common Questions about Classroom, Flexible & Distance Learning Model Options

  • Will all three Learning Models have equitable outcomes?

  • Is Flexible Learning similar to Remote Learning which began at the beginning of the school year?

  • How do Elementary & Middle School Learning Models differ from High School?

  • Will any of the Learning Models require a teacher change?

  • What occurs if we have to transition to a hybrid or fully remote setting?

  • Is there a contingency plan?