Hybrid Learning, General Information
There are 3 cohort options for Hybrid Learning:
CHA - Cohort A for those who selected Hybrid in person and whose last name is within A-L. These students will participate in Hybrid learning on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.
CHB - Cohort B for those who selected Hybrid in person and whose last name is within M-Z. These students will participate in Hybrid learning on Thursday and Friday afternoons.
CDL - Comprehensive Distance Learning - for those who selected to continue with CDL from home.
This communication from April 8th explains how to find your cohort: School Communication, April 8
Hybrid Plans - Slide Presentation
From the district: 10 Hybrid Reminders for High School Families
Covid Testing Consent Forms
Attached is a COVID test consent form (in both English and Spanish) Covid Testing Consent Form_English Covid Testing Consent Form_Spanish that we will need on file for any student who is showing symptoms and needs a test. We cannot test students without prior written consent. Please print a copy of this form and have your student turn in the completed from as they enter the buidlng on their first day of Hybrid Learning.
Meal access is critical for many families within our district and PPS is working to ensure that meal access continues for all students, whether or not they return to school for hybrid in-person instruction or if they remain in distance learning. All school meals will continue to be free for all students in all schools, and no student ID or names are needed to receive meals.
Once a student returns to hybrid in-person instruction, meals will be served at their school at the end of their in-person session.
If a student is staying in distance learning -- or if their hybrid in-person learning has not begun -- they should visit 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. on school days to pick up meals.
For the remainder of the year, grab-and-go meals will be available between 3:30 and 4:30 p.m. on school days for all children in the community (PPS students and children not enrolled at PPS) ages 1-18. Ida B. Wells High School, Jackson Middle School and Robert Gray Middle School are all Meal Distribution Schools.
Our PPS transportation department has worked with Trimet on their plan to ensure we have enough available seats for students at the adjusted bell times for this year. They were able to confirm that they have analyzed the affected routes and added service to lines 1,44,51 and 71. They will be monitoring all the rest closely with a plan for overflow on school routes.
If you still need to register your vehicle, you can do so on this form https://docs.google.com/
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Entering the building for Hybrid Learning
Each grade has been assigned an entrance for entering the building:
9th grade: Front Doors, Vermont St.
10th Grade: Side Doors, Wilson Pool side
11th Grade: Stair Doors, Gym Entrance
12th Grade: ADA Ramp, Gym Entrance
For further clarification, view this attached map: Campus Map with Hybrid Learning Entrances
For any 9th graders unable to join the school tours last week or any other student new to Ida B. Wells HS, here is a link to a School Map to familiarize yourself with the inside of the building.
If you have any additional questions regarding Hybrid Learning, please contact the main office at 503-916-5280.