Functional Skills and Academics (FSA)
The following answers were developed for parents of students who receive special education services in the Functional Skills and Academics (FSA) classrooms. The information addresses many important components to ensure a safe return for students and staff to in-person instruction when that time is determined. Please be advised that information on this page may be updated. Visit our Reopening Plan & Safety Protocols page for more information.
- What is the plan for the students groups listed in Stage 3 to return to in-person instruction? What is meant by a modified Stage 3?
- Can students continue with remote instruction if they choose to not attend in-person?
- What safety protocols will be implemented for staff and students with special needs upon returning to campus?
- Will all students with disabilities be required to wear a mask and what if a student refuses or cannot?
- What will the daily schedule look like in a hybrid model?
- What are the safety protocols for district transportation/busses?
- What happens if a staff member or a student gets sick while at school?
- How will students receive related services - speech, occupational therapy, physical therapy, etc. in a hybrid model?
- How many students will be served in a classroom at one time?
- What if my student forgets or needs a mask?
- How will lunches be handled?
- Will students with special needs who are served in a hybrid model still be able to access their general education classroom remote instruction?
- Will there be a nurse on site when students return?
- Will students have access to playground equipment?
- How will students access music, physical education, library services when in a hybrid model?
- Will paraeducators be on site during hybrid services?
- Will my student have their temperature taken every day? What if they show up with a fever?