ACCESS Ed Remote Learning Program Description
For the 2020-2021 school year, a new, innovative learning opportunity will be offered for interested students. The ACCESS Ed Remote Learning Program for Asheboro City Schools will be available for students in grades K-12, offering a fully remote learning experience for families who prefer remote learning during COVID-19. There are currently no plans for the participation of PreK students or for this program to continue beyond the 2020-2021 school year.
ACCESS Ed Program Expectations:
Current students will remain enrolled at their assigned schools. New transfer students will be assigned a school in their attendance zone or enrolled as space allows.
Rigorous and meaningful instruction will be led by licensed ACS teachers from their classrooms. Curriculum materials will be provided to students.
Scheduling and grading will be aligned with ACS face-to-face or blended learning environments.
Assignments and tasks will be delivered through online platforms. Tutorials and technical support will be provided to families and students. Devices will be provided to participating students. Consistent internet access will be required for the student’s learning workspace.
All learning opportunities will occur remotely and will include a combination of recorded and live instructional sessions along with remote work assignments. Students will be expected to participate with the class during class hours on a regular basis.
Daily attendance will be required.
Students will be expected to commit to the following daily work schedule (time may vary depending on course/teacher.
*Time adjustments may be mandated as we are required to transition between plans A, B, and C during the year.