Hey, MV K-5 Families,
We are gearing up for reopening schools in a Hybrid model and we can’t wait to welcome kids back to Meadow View. With all of our health and safety protocols in place, we are on track for a safe return to in-person learning.
We have created a Meadow View K-5 Reopening Handbook with information for families including details about our health and safety practices, staggered arrival and dismissal plans, entry protocols, meals, drop off and pick up routines and more. The information in the handbook is based on our guidance from the Oregon Department of Education and Oregon Health Authority. Please note that the guidance around COVID-19 continues to evolve and may cause us to revise our current plans. If/when this happens, we will update the handbook and communicate any changes with you.
Click below to read our handbook:
Hey, MV Mid-School Families,
Thank you all for your tremendous patience. We are looking forward to welcoming our middle school students back on-site the week of April 12. Families who have selected the Hybrid instructional model will have their student attend either Monday/Tuesday (Cohort A) or Thursday/Friday (Cohort B) from 8:30-12:15.
All Bethel middle school students will have a grab-and-go lunch at the end of their day and will not eat lunch on-site. On their off site days, students will continue to work on asynchronous assignments and activities in their google classroom. Teachers will continue to be available to support student learning and answer questions during their Zoom office hours (M/T/TH/F).
Click below to preview our Mid-School Hybrid Schedules:
Finally, we have been working on Hybrid class lists for Cohort A and Cohort B. You will get a call from MV next week letting you know which cohort your child is placed in and their hybrid teachers.
MV students who have selected CDL will continue online learning with a Meadow View teacher. The CDL schedule will not change, but students may have different teachers and classmates.