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?