Updated student information: If you have moved, please come in and provide a deed/lease so we can update your information. If you no longer reside in the Dixie attendance area and do not have magnet status, you will be asked to sign an out-of-area agreement. This will allow your student to remain at Dixie for the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. Upon in person return in January, any student with an Out-of-Area agreement must be transported to and from school by a parent or designee.
Updated Immunization: Please be sure that students are updated on vaccines prior to return to school. Please contact the school if you have questions. Based on our meeting this afternoon with the Health Department, they recommend:
COVID-19 Testing Sites
Frequently Asked Questions:
Question 1 – Will students who start in one model (remote learning) but want to switch to the other model (in-person) be able to do so? Unless there is an extreme circumstance regarding student needs, the switching from one model to the other is very limited and discouraged.
Question 2 - Will in-person teachers continue to use Google Classroom to post content and assignments? It is expected that teachers continue utilizing their Google Classroom or Canvas courses to post content and assignments, even for in-person students. If content and assignments are available in those platforms, it will help students who are absent or temporarily transition to remote learning without having to assign a new teacher. It will also help if we should have to go back to NTI2DL for any period of time or for snow days.
Question 3 – If a child is quarantined or in isolation and cannot attend school, how will the child receive educational services? Those who have close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be asked to quarantine for 14 days from the last date of interaction. The quarantine period begins the day of exposure. They can resume normal activities on the 15th day. While in quarantine or isolation, when possible, the student follows their regular daily schedule through a combination of Google Classroom/Canvas learning and live streaming. If needed, the child may be temporarily assigned to remote learning so educational services continue.
Question 4 - If a whole class or group needs to quarantine, how will students in this class/group receive instruction? Those who have close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19 will be asked to quarantine for 14 days from the last date of interaction. The quarantine period begins the day of exposure. They can resume normal activities on the 15th day. If a class needs to quarantine, and the teacher is available to teach, this class will be instructed remotely. Students who belong to a group (e.g. soccer team) may follow their regular daily schedule through a combination of Google Classroom/Canvas learning and live streaming or will be temporarily assigned to remote learning.
Question 5 – Who should notify the families of their child’s placement and name of their teacher for remote learning and for in-person learning? Schools will make the initial contact with families. The district is available to assist with communication.
Question 6 – What happens when there is a snow day? At home learning will continue on inclement weather days and students who were supposed to attend school in-person will stay home and have a remote learning day.
Question 7 - What if the physical space in the school does not allow for spacing students’ desks 6 feet apart? Per the Healthy at School guidance, teachers “should space desks as far away as possible. All desks should be arranged so students’ seats face the same directions.”