The fall semester of 2021 is in the books! As we move forward into the spring of 2022, let's take a quick look back at how this past fall compared to the fall of 2020.
The fall of the 2020 started off remotely. For the first two six weeks, students either attended remotely or in-person. Our data showed that students were struggling in the remote format. Many students were failing classes, and some were at risk of losing credits to graduate. For the third six weeks, all students had to return to in-person instruction. Grades improved, and students quickly got back into the routine of attending class.
In the fall of 2021, all instruction took place in-person with no remote options, even for students who were out with a positive COVID diagnosis. Statewide, the start of school coincided with a sharp increase in COVID cases, and our school was no different. By the end of the first six weeks, our student case count began to improve. Providing quality instruction for student learning is our priority for overcoming the pandemic learning loss. We have a busy spring ahead!
By the numbers:
|Last year:||This year:|
|Student COVID cases||13||37|
|Staff COVID cases||15||5|