CUSD is preparing to open school on August 27, 2020 from a distance. As San Diego is currently still on the watch list, we have been preparing schedules and plans for each school site in collaboration with the Fall Task Force and considering feedback from our shareholder community provided from each town hall meeting held July 22-24. Additionally, we are continuing to work on finalizing our detailed plans for hybrid and in-person instruction. More detailed information regarding all learning programs will be further outlined in the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan. We are excited to announce that our distance learning program for fall 2020 will be called:
CUSD BRIDGE is different than the distance learning program from the spring. As shared during each of the town hall meetings, BRIDGE will consist of a combination of daily, live synchronous instruction and rigorous asynchronous learning experiences. Per AB77, daily attendance will be taken and student engagement in asynchronous learning activities will be monitored. BRIDGE will also include published instructional schedules for structure and continuity of learning. Below are the final draft schedules for BRIDGE for each school site. Please note that these are still in a draft form and are subject to change prior to school starting on August 27th.
How to Access PowerSchool and Synergy:
RESOURCES THAT ARE AVAILABLE FROM INTERNET PROVIDERS:
CUSD has assembled the following list of internet provider information that may be able to assist families. You will need to follow up with the providers independently for service.
Internet Service Providers
You must live within their service area. Please check with these home Internet service providers to see if you qualify.
Spectrum - There are reports that Spectrum will provide some level of free access to low-income customers in their area. https://www.spectrum.com/browse/content/spectrum-internet-assist
Cox Cable - They are offering low-cost internet service, Connect2Compete, free for 30 days including premium remote desktop support. https://www.cox.com/residential/internet/connect2compete.html
- Cox also partnered with PCs for People where families can purchase discounted refurbished computers. More information can be found here: https://cox.pcsrefurbished.com/
- Learn more in the “Learn from Home” toolkit for schools that includes a way to fast track students in need of a home internet connection and how to communicate with parents about Connect2Compete.
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