PHILADELPHIA - School District of Philadelphia officials announce reviews of the remaining 23 schools are complete and those schools are now prepared for in-person learning.
District officials made the announcement Monday, stating the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers have signed off on the 23 schools and will open to students April 26.
The district said this is part of the Phase II portion of the Hybrid Learning Plan. In Phase II, students in grades three through five and students with complex needs in grades six through eight whose families choose the hybrid learning model will move to a mix of in-person and digital learning April 26th.
All staff working with grades three through eight will return to their school buildings Monday, April 12th.
The schools cleared for Phase II are:
- AMY at James Martin
- AMY Northwest MS
- Baldi MS
- Roberto Clemente MS
- Russell H. Conwell MS
- Carver Engineering & Science HS
- Crossroads Accelerated Academy
- Crossroads Academy at Hunting Park
- Feltonville Arts & Sciences MS
- Feltonville Intermediate School
- Girard Academic Music Program (GAMP)
- Warren G. Harding MS
- Hill-Freedman World Academy
- Julia R. Masterman HS
- Middle Years Alternative (MYA)
- Penn Treaty HS
- Philadelphia Learning Academy - North
- Philadelphia Juvenile Justice Service Center
- Science Leadership Academy at Beeber
- Tilden MS
- General Louis Wagner MS
- Grover Washington Jr. MS
- Woodrow Wilson MS
The Phase II Learning Model Selection Survey is set to open Tuesday, April 6th. This gives families with students in grades three through five and students with complex needs in grades six through eight an opportunity to choose for their student whether they want their student to remain in an all-digital environment, or have their student head back to the classroom for a portion of every week.
This selection opportunity closes Tuesday, April 13th.
Families who choose hybrid learning will be contacted by their student’s school by April 19 on how they will proceed.
Families who do not make a selection for their student in the survey will remain all-digital. Families who choose hybrid learning for their student can revert back to all-digital learning at any time, officials said.
More information can be found at the district’s website.
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