Safe & Resilient Return

Safe and Resilient

As you look over the framework, we want to hear from you!

What additional information do you need from the AASD before making a commitment to a model for your student(s) for the start of the 2020-2021 school year? What additional questions do you have? Your questions or comments on the proposed framework for the start of the 20-21 school year will be used to create a Frequently Asked Questions document as we move forward. Share your questions here until August 10.

Has your question already been answered?

Check out our Frequently Asked Questions. 
This document will continue to be updated and may change as decisions and plans are finalized.

What could this look like for my student?

See the below links for a snapshot of a typical day by level.

Early Childhood-4K (includes Fully Virtual Model information)

Elementary (includes Fully Virtual Model information)


High School

We also want to remind our families that we will need to be flexible and prepared for all scenarios as we look ahead, not just to the fall, but to the entire school year. Even with an approved framework, it may need to be altered based on external factors in our community or at the recommendation of city, county, or state officials.

After the school year begins we may also have to transition quickly between scenarios if there are outbreaks in a particular classroom or a particular school that require fully virtual learning for a period of time, as designated by our City Health Officer.

Did you miss the Board meeting?

Board Members

Watch here, courtesy of WFRV

Part 1 Part 2