• Dawn Grobe

Kicking off Hybrid and Fully Remote Learning

For the start of fall 2020 families were given the option of hybrid or fully remote

From the WSESU website

Hybrid Learning: All students will be assigned to a cohort that meets in person on Monday and Tuesday or Thursday and Friday. Cohorts will stay together largely throughout the day. Students will receive instruction from their teacher while in the classroom and participate in remote learning while not in the physical school building. This will be implemented initially for our first month of school and be reevaluated based upon up-to-date health information.

Remote Instruction: Students will participate in robust on-line offerings guided by a WSESU certified teacher. Work will be conducted largely through Google Classroom or SeeSaw (learning platforms) and will include enrichment activities and access to a variety of engaging, virtual academic tools. Daily participation will be expected and parents will be asked to commit to supporting and monitoring their student’s involvement. NOTE: Remote Instruction is NOT the same thing as homeschooling. In remote instruction, the student's WSESU teacher is responsible for creating and delivering the instructional program and monitoring student progress. Families are asked to support the remote instruction as they are able. In homeschooling, instruction is entirely the responsibility of the family, and must be delivered through a state-approved homeschooling plan.

All Models: 

Every Wednesday will be a remote, mostly asynchronous learning day for all students in grades PreK-12 for at least the first semester. Parent requests for changes will be dependent upon evolving community needs. 

WSESU Family Guidebook for Reopening - Fall 2020

WSESU Fall 2020 Reopening - Frequently Asked Questions

​​WSESU Fall Reopening Plan - At a Glance

WSESU COVID-19 resource page