Avondale Return to Learning | 2020-2021
The safety of our students is our number one priority in the Avondale School District. As we navigate this “new normal” together, our mission remains the same: to provide a safe learning environment in which all students have the unhindered ability to grow and thrive academically and as individuals. Here you will find an overview of our Return to Learning Plan for the 2020-2021 School Year as well as additional resources regarding state guidelines and other relevant information.
Remote Learning | Sept. 1st-Nov. 6th
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and current climate in the state of Michigan, Avondale School District will be implementing remote learning for the first 10 weeks of the 2020-2021 school year. All students will virtually interface with their Avondale classroom teachers over live video stream and will receive assignments to complete independently. The curriculum will align with district standards and will be taught with the same rigor as it would in-person, with adjustments to pacing when appropriate. Below you will find all necessary information and resources to prepare for the remote learning period.
Information & Resources
Below you will find various information and resources to help you and your child navigate the Avondale Return to Learning Plan. This includes requirements and guidelines put forth by Governor Gretchen Whitmer for our current status in Phase 4, additional information about Phases 5 and 6, and an overview of the Michigan Return to School Roadmap.
- Return to School Roadmap Overview
- Avondale EXTENDED COVID-19 Learning Plan
- Resources to Help Your Student
- Avondale COVID-19 Response Plan
- Avondale COVID Response Plan (Early Childhood)
- Avondale COVID-19 Response History
- Phase 4 Overview
- Phase 5 Overview
- Phase 6 Overview
- Face Mask FAQs
- Oakland County COVID Safety Playbook