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Edison’s Online Learning Plan
Thursday, January 13, 2022 2:20 PM


Edison’s Online Learning Plan

January 14 – January 28

Edison is shifting to online learning for two weeks. Beginning Friday, January 14th, all instruction will be delivered online. Students have the option to stay home or report to Edison for online learning. Here are some details:

If a student wants to report to Edison for online learning, what does that look like?

  • Doors open at 7:45.
  • Students show their school ID at the door and report to breakfast or their assigned learning space.
  • Beginning at 8:15, all students are in their assigned learning space. Students will attend all classes online. They will NOT report to their classroom.
    • 9th Grade: Auditorium, Main Floor
    • 10th Grade: Auditorium, Balcony
    • 11th and 12th Grade: Media Center
    • Setting 3 DCD and ASD: Various

Students will be spaced 6 feet apart. If spaces fill, we will open additional spaces. Bathroom passes will be provided as needed. Learning spaces will be supervised by Edison staff. All instructional support is provided online by the teacher or classroom staff.

  • Students will report to their assigned lunch and then return to their assigned work space.
  • Students will be dismissed at 3pm to buses (or Athletics, if applicable).

What schedule will students follow?

Edison will continue to utilize our regular bell schedule, posted on our website.

Is Friday, January 14th a regular learning day?

Students will follow their regular bell schedule for Friday (B Day). Some teachers may host a class meeting, while others may only post an assignment. All students should visit the Google Classroom for each scheduled class and follow the directions there. The plan for students who are reporting to Edison will begin on Friday.

If a student reports in person but decides to stay home the next day, is that okay?

Yes, it’s okay for students to change their learning location day to day. If a student reports to school in the morning, we ask that they stay all day (unless a parent calls to excuse them). Students who are ill (especially if they are experiencing any COVID symptoms) or are quarantined, should stay home and engage in online learning. If they are too sick to attend online classes from home, a parent or guardian should report the absence to the attendance line. (612-668-1311)

Are after-school athletics and activities still happening?

Athletics are continuing, provided there is adequate staffing. Clubs and activities are not meeting in person; advisors may shift meetings to online.


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