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Hybrid Learning

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WElcome back!

WELCOME BACK to Pioneer! We are so happy to have those of you who are able to join us for on campus learning. Although this is just for a short time every week, and we have some new procedures, we look forward to being with you. We are also looking forward to continue working online with those of you learning from home. 
 
As we move from Distance Learning to Hybrid Learning, please look through the following documents to better acquaint yourselves with expectations moving forward.
Thank you for helping us with this “new” way of learning. If all of us work together we hope to get back to “normal” soon.
 
 

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Daily Schedule - Transitional Kindergarten-6th Grade

Cohort A Schedule
 
Cohort B Schedule
 
Cohort C Schedule
 
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Daily Schedule - 7th-8th Grades

COHORT A: On campus Monday & Tuesday, Zoom Thursday and Friday
7-8 Cohort A
 
 
COHORT B: Zoom Monday & Tuesday, On Campus Thursday and Friday7-8 Cohort B
 
 
COHORT C: Zoom Monday-Friday
7-8 Cohort C
 
 
COHORT A, B, and C: Wednesday
7-8 Wednesday

Bus Schedule

Bus Schedule
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School Map

Pioneer School Map
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Arrival and Dismissal

Teachers will meet their students at their classrooms. Students will wait for their teachers outside their classrooms. Please do not drop students off early. 
 
In an effort to account for social distancing we are asking that grades TK, K, 5th, 6th (and 7th/8th when applicable) be dropped off in front of the school on Pioneer Way. Grades 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th be dropped off at the back entrance of the school on Leader/Shenandoah.  Siblings can be dropped off together so parents don’t need to make separate arrangements.
 
Parents are not allowed to be on campus; however, we understand that for our primary students (grades Tk, K, 1, 2)  you may need to help them. We do not have a “drop off” zone at our school so parents who wish to help their students get to class safely will need to park and walk up. We must abide by ALL County guidelines which means that you have to maintain a 6’ distance from other people and wear a mask at all times. If we are unable to do this, we could face stiff penalties, so please help us out. 
 
If your child is late, they will need to come to the office for a late slip. 

School and Classroom Safety

COVID-19 Precautions
  • 6 feet apart at all times
  • No more than 15 people, including staff, will be allowed in the classrooms
  • Dot markers on the floor outside of classroom to indicate 6 feet distance between students
  • Masks at all times
  • No food in classrooms
  • No access to drinking fountains - bring personal water bottles
  • Handwashing and or hand sanitizing will be a normal part of our classroom life. 
  • Leave personal belongings at home that are not school related. Your teacher will tell you which supplies are needed daily at school
Masks and Social Distancing
Per the Twin Rivers Memorandum of Understanding with our Teachers, students who do not wear a mask will not be able to continue in person learning. As well, students who do not maintain the social distancing guidelines may be put on distance learning for the remainder of the year as well. In these critical health times, it is imperative that students abide by the guidelines so we can keep our staff and students safe as well as our campus open for learning.

Symptom Checks and Illness

Checking for Symptoms at Home
 
Please stay home and notify the office if your child has:
  • Fatigue
  • Fever of over 100 degrees
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath
  • Body aches
  • Headache
  • Loss of taste or smell
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea, vomiting or diarrhea
Anyone with these symptoms may not be on campus. If you have any of these symptoms, you will have to stay home for AT LEAST 10 days since the beginning of the symptoms and be totally symptom free upon your return for 24 hours. Pioneer office staff will provide guidance. 
 
Exposure to a known COVID-19 Case, regardless of symptoms or not, must stay quarantined for 14 days from the last date of exposure to the positive person. 
 
Twin Rivers has a contact tracing team that will be organizing and communicating contract tracing protocol as needed. (Pg. 33 and 34 of the Road to Reopening)
 
See pg. 33 of the Twin Rivers Road to Reopening for more information on COVID-19 symptoms and contact tracing.
 
 
 
If your Child gets Sick at School
 
The teacher will call for an office staff member to escort your child down to the office. If weather permits, students will sit on chairs 6’ apart outside the nurses office while parents are contacted to come and get them. We can not keep them due to the Public Health risk. Students exhibiting ANY of the symptoms above can not return to school for at least 10 days and must be fever free and symptom free for 24 hours. If they have had known exposure to a positive COVID case, they must stay home for 14 days and return when they are again symptom free. 

Visitors

We can not have visitors at this time. Should you have to come to campus please abide by the 6’ distancing and mask wearing Public Health guidelines. You must be free of ALL COVID-19 symptoms as well in order to be on campus for any reason.
 
We do not have a “drop off” zone at our school so parents who wish to help their students get to class safely will need to park and walk up. We must abide by ALL County guidelines which means that you have to maintain a 6’ distance from other people and wear a mask at all times. Immediately after dropping off your student(s), please leave the campus. Thank you.

Tech Help

If you need support with technology, please call or email Tech Help using the contacts below.
 
916-566-7802
 
 

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back to School night - Grade level Presentations

If you were unable to attend the Back to School Informational Night on March 24, below are some of the presentations that were shared.
 
First Grade - Mrs. Ballesteros, Mr. Espino, and Mrs. Trone
Eighth Grade - Mrs. Howard, Ms. Voigt, and Coach R