Remote Learning Plan
Cerro Gordo CUSD #100
Remote Learning Day Plan
Approved: March 2020
In compliance with Executive Order 2020-15, issued by Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker on March 27, 2020, Cerro Gordo CUSD #100 (‘the District’), in collaboration with the Cerro Gordo Education Association, has developed a Remote Learning Day Plan. This Remote Learning Day Plan must address the following five areas:
A) Accessibility of the remote instruction to all students enrolled in the school or district.
B) When applicable, a requirement that the Remote Learning Days activities reflect the State learning standards.
C) Means for students to confer with an educator, as necessary.
D) The unique needs of students in special populations, including, but not limited, students eligible for special education under Article 14 of the Code, students who are English learners, as defined by Section 14C-2 of the Code, students experiencing homelessness under the Education for Homeless Children Act [105 ILCS 45], or other vulnerable student populations.
E) Transitions from remote learning to on-site learning upon the State Superintendent's declaration that Remote Learning Days are no longer deemed necessary.
The District has taken or will take the following actions to ensure compliance with the provisions set forth within Executive Order 2020-15:
The parents/guardians of all students within the District have been informed of the development of the District’s Remote Learning Day Plan. Digital and non-digital learning opportunities will be provided to all students based on the needs of the individual student.
Lessons will be developed and implemented based on the State learning standards.
All Licensed Staff will be available via email during one of two time slots (9:00-11:00 AM or 1:00-3:00 PM) on a daily basis when on-site attendance was originally scheduled. The time slot each staff member chooses will be clearly communicated to the students within the District.
The District will serve the needs of all students during this time of Remote Learning. This includes the Special Education population, English Language Learner population, Homeless population and those students within other vulnerable populations.
Additional details of the transition back to on-site learning will be available when the duration of Remote Learning Days is known. At minimum, a systematic review of the concepts presented and those that were not will be documented and noted. This review of concepts will include academic, social and emotional needs of the students of Cerro Gordo.
As Remote Learning continues, the District will monitor the success of our Remote Learning Day Plan. The District reserves the right to modify this plan at any time. Those modifications will be communicated to all stakeholders within the community as they become available.