Admin

BCPS Continuity of Learning Plan

Good Afternoon Glyndon Elementary School Families,

 

As you are aware, Baltimore County Public Schools will begin remote learning on April 6, 2020. Below is an outline of the continuity of learning plan.

 

PreK – Grade 2 - Starting April 6, 2020

  • Print materials will be available in three-week learning cycles. All materials will be printed and mailed to students’ homes. Additionally, the print materials will be available on the website in printed form.
  • Students will have an opportunity to participate in weekly online class meetings.
  • Students will have opportunities to demonstrate their learning based on curriculum goals.

Grades 3-5 - Starting April 6, 2020

  • Each week, students will be exposed to new curriculum goals.
  • Students will have an opportunity to participate in weekly online class meetings.
  • Students will have opportunities to demonstrate their learning based on curriculum goals.
  • Due to the Governor’s most recent order on March 30, 2020, Baltimore County Public Schools is working through a revised plan to provide students with devices, as requested through the online survey, in compliance with that order. Consequently, the first three weeks of learning for students will use printed materials.  Those materials will be mailed to students’ home.

Grades 3 – 5 – Starting April 27, 2020 (in the event of an extended closure)

  • Each week, students will be exposed to new curriculum goals.
  • Students will have an opportunity to participate in weekly online class meetings.
  • Students will have opportunities to demonstrate their learning based on curriculum goals.

 

Dual Option for Students in Grades 3 - 5

Print Pathway

(Students without digital access)

Digital Pathway

(Students with digital access)

  • Print materials (three weeks at a time) will be posted on the website and in Schoology.
  • For students without internet access, a way to request materials will be provided.

New eLearning lessons posted each week to complete during that week as follows:

  • Two English Language Arts lessons
  • Two Math lessons
  • One Content lesson (Science, Social Studies, or Health) on rotation
  • Four Special Area lessons; one per special area class (Art, Music, Physical Education, Library)
  • One Read-Aloud lesson

 

 

As always, I want to thank you for your continued support of our school community.  We miss our students and hope that all of our families are well.

 

Sincerely,

 

Tracy M. Robinson

Principal