Plans for Possible Remote Learning Scenarios

District Plans for Possible Remote Learning Scenarios
Posted on 01/14/2022
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The Weld RE-4 School District is experiencing a substitute pool shortage. This, combined with COVID-19, may lead to a staffing shortage. While in-person learning is our top priority, we want to be prepared in the event that a school or portion of a school cannot operate due to a staffing shortage. 


In the event of a staffing shortage, an entire school or portion of a school may move to remote learning. Our district office will work with those affected to communicate the schedule change as quickly as possible. 


Multi-day Shortage

The first day of a multi-day shortage will be utilized for teacher preparation, as well as Chromebook distribution for elementary students. Students will not report to school online or in person the first day.


Single-day Shortage

If the school closure is unexpected and only planned to be a single day, elementary students will not participate in remote learning. Secondary students will follow a modified bell schedule in a remote learning capacity with Google Meet check-ins for attendance and learning expectations at the beginning of each class period.


Please know that a closure or remote learning scenario will only occur after we have exhausted all other contingency plans, such as staffing assignment shifts that include the central office, modified schedules, class groupings, and more.


If you or someone you know is interested in applying to be a substitute teacher or staff member, learn more on our website.


For questions or more information, email engage@weldre4.org.