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FRCS Fall Reopening

This page is intended to provide guidance for families as we all navigate our return to campus this Fall. Please know that our first priority is always our community and all our plans are focused on the safety of our students and staff. As we have seen over the past several months, circumstances can change at any moment, and we will be ready. We will post all updated information on this page, and you can also find updates in the News and Announcements section on our homepage. 
Update 1-14-21
On Tuesday, 1/12 at the FRCS board meeting, our Board of Trustees discussed, based on a thorough review of four specific areas of consideration, – and confirmed the hybrid start date of January 25, 2021 which was voted on before the holidays. The trustees affirmed that decision to re-open was the right one, based on three areas within the school’s control (technology, staffing, and quality of instruction). School personnel, working together, have made in-person instruction as safe as possible, as well as making learning synchronous.
The hybrid phase-in schedule will be as follows:
  •  January 19, 2021 – All Staff
  •  January 25, 2021 – Kindergarten and Grade 1
  •  February 1, 2021 – Grade 2, Grade 3, and Grade 4
  •  February 8, 2021 – Grade 5 and Grade 6
  •  February 22, 2021 – Grade 7 and Grade 8
  •  March 1, 2021 – Grade 9 and Grade 10
  •  March 8, 2021 – Grade 11 and Grade 12
Students will attend school, in person, two days a week based on the Cohort assigned to them in August. Elementary School teachers will remind their students of their Cohort assignment. Middle and High School students can be reminded of their Cohort assignment in Google Classroom next week.
  • Cohort A: attends on campus Monday and Tuesday
  • Cohort B: attends on campus Thursday and Friday
  • Wednesday: No in person student attendance to allow for thorough cleaning of the school building. 
Important: Students who are dropped off on a day that is not their cohort day will sit in the main office until they are picked up by a parent/guardian.
In Person Expectations
Please click on the links below to view the in-person learning expectations and protocols for your student's school. Families are expected to monitor themselves and students and at home. Any signs of illness or exposure to COVID in the home please keep your student home and consult the nurse for further instructions. Please do not send a sick student to school!
You can read the full message to families from Ms. Azarloza about our return to campus, here