Hybrid Learning - Secondary Information

  • Last updated February 2, 2021

    Hybrid Learning Model places students in an A/B rotation with 50% of the students attending school on one day while the other 50% will participate in a hybrid at home learning environment in an ongoing rotation. The A/B rotation will be based on household so all children within a family are placed on the same schedule. A student's A/B assignment can be found in Infinite Campus.

    Some students in need of intervention may attend some extra days or all in-person days.  Some students who receive English Learner services may attend some extra days or all “in-person” days.  Students who receive Special Education services may also attend extra days or sessions as determined by IEP teams. 

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    Teachers will “chunk” instruction by creating a two day student experience.  Teachers will plan for what is best for an “in-person” or “hybrid at home” environment.  In-person learning time is a mix of instruction including small group work, and individual tutoring.  It is an excellent opportunity for application, guided practice, and discussions.  

    Students will be given work during their in-school hybrid day to complete during their hybrid at home day. Work will also be posted in Canvas modules and the Canvas announcements section. Canvas calendar will also reflect hybrid at home assignments.

    Parents/guardians can log into Canvas using their Canvas observers account to view their student's hybrid at home day assignments in the:

    • Announcements section
    • Calendar
    • Student To-do list

    Canvas support tools can be accessed here.


    Block Schedule

    • East and West Middle Schools: 4 period block schedule; 7:45am - 1:55pm
    • Shakopee High School: 4 period block schedule: 8:20am - 2:30pm
    • Tokata Learning Center follows components of the IHD program, but has additional flexibility in providing services due to the unique nature of their programs


    High School: Grades will be reported as  A, B, C, P, I, or NG at the high school. Students with incompletes will be placed in a support program to complete the course following the end of a quarter. 

    Middle School: Grades will be reported as  A, B, C, P or NI at the middle school.  


    For In-person students, teachers will take attendance for each block as it is typically done in Infinite Campus.

    Students will mark themselves present in Infinite Campus during hybrid at home days. Teachers can provide support as needed.

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