Little Falls Community Schools
Distance Learning Plan
The following processes and guidance are the same for students and families in the district, regardless of which school their child attends.
School specific details are also linked below.
April 23 Update – Distance Learning has been extended through the end of the 2019-2020 school year.
Our district has identified students currently experiencing homelessness and will continue to monitor any circumstances that may cause new students or families to be identified.
Each school has established a Communication Plan and a Student Intervention Plan. Concerns generated from these contacts will be forwarded to school social workers.
This plan, and the results of it–including impacts on student access, ability to accurately measure student learning, and reasonableness of expectations for students, families, and staff, to name a few–will be monitored at least weekly.
Frequent communication with students, families, and staff will solicit feedback from all stakeholders.
Student learning data (gathered from a variety of assessment methods–informal, formative, traditional, project-based, etc.)will be reviewed at the student-level, grade-or-content-level and site-level to assess impact of the DLP on desired student outcomes.