Hybrid Learning

At the Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, February 9, the Board of Education approved a plan for Farnsworth, Horace Mann, and Urban Middle Schools as well as North and South High Schools to transition hybrid students to in-person learning four days a week beginning Monday, February 22. Wednesdays will remain an asynchronous learning day for hybrid students allowing teachers time to work with virtual students.

Families who have previously selected virtual learning for the 2nd semester will remain in virtual learning through the end of the school year.

Read the full letter below:

Student Meals

  • Free Grab-N-Go Meals
    • Starting the week of February 22, Grab N Go meal pickup will transition to weekly pick up at one location.  
    • Please visit us for Grab n Go meals at the SASD Central Administration Building (830 Virginia Ave) every Wednesday from 2:00 pm - 3:45 pm.
  • Free School Breakfast and Lunch will be available for students in school through the end of the school year. 

Daily Symptom Screening & COVID-19 Resources

Our school nurses have compiled some very helpful information for returning to school including masking, temperature check instructions, frequently asked questions regarding to COVID-19, and returning to school resources. Visit our School Nurses page for details.

Technology Support

Masks / Cloth Face Coverings

All students and staff within the Sheboygan Area School District will be required to wear a mask or face covering. Accommodations will be made for students when physical, medical, or developmental needs exist.

Elementary Virtual School Information

More Info on the Elementary Virtual School Information

4-year-old Kindergarten (4K) - Hybrid Model

View Parent Guide 4K Reopening Plan for complete details.

  • Early Learning Center (ELC) and Lincoln-Erdman implement a schedule that provides two full days of instruction per week (M/T Northside, TH/F Southside) instead of four half-days.
  • Cleveland and Community-based Partner Schools continue to provide instruction four-half days per week due to number of classrooms, class size, and location specific logistics
  • Due to the unique school structures of our 4K community partnerships, fall reopening plans may vary from the SASD hybrid models. If your child attends a 4K community partnership school, please watch for more information on reopening plans from your school. Community Partnership sites include JMKAC, YMCA, Y-Koda Nature School, Here We Grow, and Headstart.
  • Online/Virtual option available at some locations.

Elementary (K-5) - Hybrid Model

View Parent Guide Elementary Reopening Plan for complete details

  • Students in classes of approximately 18 or fewer
  • Utilizes Specialist staff to reduce class-size
  • Students attend daily with a one hour shortened day
  • Before and after school care available
  • Teachers rotate to classrooms to limit student cross-over
  • Online/Virtual option available.

Middle School - Hybrid Model

View Parent Guide Middle School Reopening for complete details

  • Students in classes of approximately 18 or fewer same cohort all day
  • Students attend either in a Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday Cohort
  • Online learning 3 days per week
  • Teachers rotate to limit student movement
  • Students will have equitable access to allied art classes
  • Online/Virtual option available.

High School - Hybrid Model

View Parent Guide for High School Reopening for complete details

  • Students in classes of approximately 18 or fewer to allow for social distancing
  • Students attend either in a Monday/Thursday or Tuesday/Friday Cohort
  • Online learning 3 days per week
  • Students will have access to all courses following AAP and other health organization guidelines
  • Online/Virtual option available.

Charter School Families

Due to the unique school structures of our charter schools, hybrid learning plans may vary from the SASD hybrid models. If your child attends a charter school, please watch for more information on reopening plans from your school.

Planning for the Future

Please take some time to click through each of the comprehensive school plans and understand how they impact your child. Schools will also be reaching out to families with more details.

Due to the ever-changing nature of this pandemic, we highly recommend that families have plans in place if a classroom, school or the full district will need to move to an all virtual model.

School Messenger/Skylert is the district’s automated notification system that provides emergency alerts, attendance notifications, and other information alerts via phone call, email and text message/SMS.

In your Skyward Family Access account, you can add phone numbers to receive text messages as well as add additional phone numbers or email addresses to receive alerts.

To begin, login to your Skyward Family Access account. If you do not remember your username or password, click on the Skyward link in the upper right corner of the district or school homepage, then click ‘Forgot your Login/Password.”

Instructions

Skylert Parent Guide English

Skylert Parent Guide Spanish

Skylert Parent Guide Hmong

COVID-19 Resources

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