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For the start of the 20-21 school year, attendance will look a little different than it has in years past. This series of pages are intended as a guide for teachers, secretaries, administrators to understand their responsibilities as continue the school year with students attending virtually.

Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between CEA and the BOE - updated

Attendance Notes for Administrators - updated

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nameCCS CEA 2020-2021 MOU With Attachments 10-28-20.pdf

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nameFinal MOU Attendance Instruction Notes 11 5 20.pdf




Fully Remote Learning

students are not attending a physical building and are learning from home each day - these generally fall on Wednesdays.

Blended Learning

students are attending a physical building two days per week and at home the remainder of the week.


a group of students who are physically attending school on certain days of the week.

Brick Days

In-person, onsite

Click Days

Remote learning days for students offsite (synchronous and asynchronous)

Synchronous Learning (SL)

Inclusive of live instruction and group or individual student work as long as the teacher is available for real-time interaction.

Asynchronous Learning (AL)

Content aligned, grade level appropriate and planned and organized by the teacher, to allow for student-directed learning which does not include real-time interaction. Until the district moves into Blended/Hybrid Learning, Elementary Schools do not have an Asynchronous or Remote Day. Currently, Middle and High Schools do have an Asynchronous Day

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