Choices for Fall Class Schedules – Survey Available!

Hello families!

The WCSD decisions about the upcoming school year after consideration of guidelines and directives from Washoe County Health Officials, the Governor, Nevada Department of Education, the Center for Disease Control, and community feedback.

SNACS is in collaboration with the WCSD. We recognize each family is unique and has different needs, at all times, but especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.  SNACS plans to offer choice options for ALL families. Please complete the survey as soon as possible so we may plan for your student(s) and meet your family needs. SNACS staff members will follow up with families as survey results come in. Survey options may be updated as your circumstances change.

Thank you in advance for taking time to complete this survey. Click here for the survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3NVJVNC

Options:

K-5

Option 1: Face-to-face onsite classes with safety precautions (social distancing, hygene, sanitizing, and masks)

Option 2: Full Distance Learning – students learn online and do not report to the school site.

Option 3: Hybrid – students attend an AB schedule (survey sent to follow up schedule preference if you choose this option – options AA/BB, ABAB) Please note: this option will be available if there is a need for it.

Grades 6-9

Option 1: Hybrid – students attend face-to-face part-time and distance learning part-time on an AB schedule (survey sent to follow up schedule preference if you choose this option – options AA/BB, ABAB, etc.)

Option 2: Full Distance Learning – students learn online and do not report to the school site.

Please note: The Washoe County Health Officer and/or Governor may call for Emergency Distance Learning if they close a school site, district, or state. They may also call for Exclusion Distance Learning if a student is excluded from school under COVID-19 Health Guidelines. We are working to ensure smooth transitions if these situations arise.

We understand these are uncertain and unpredictable times for everyone. We know that we must continue to be diligent, as a community, to stop the spread of the virus. This means we must adhere to the directives of face coverings, social distancing and hygiene practices as a community.  We will keep you apprised of circumstances regarding our schools and the beginning of the school year, which for planned for August 17 for grades 1-9, and August 24 for kindergarten.

We appreciate your patience and understanding as we navigate these next few weeks. We can’t wait to see our students again!

The SNACS Team