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PCPS Families Asked to Finalize Learning Format Choice by Friday, Sept. 11

PCPS Families Asked to Finalize Learning Format Choice by Friday, Sept. 11

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As we settle into the 2020-21 school year, it’s important to stabilize our student enrollment so schools can accurately account for grades, attendance, instructional hours and other requirements.

Accordingly, we are asking all families to finalize their choice of learning format — Campus Learning (taking classes on campus) or Campus eSchool (taking classes online through your school) — by the end of tomorrow, Friday, Sept. 11.

If you wish to change learning formats, please contact your school’s administration to see if they can accommodate a switch.

As of Monday, Sept. 14,  students must remain in their chosen option until the week of Oct. 12-16, at which time they will have another opportunity to choose either Campus Learning or Campus eSchool.

Prior to the start of the school year, PCPS asked families to commit to either Campus Learning or Campus eSchool for at least a nine-week period. However, we understand that this is a very different kind of school year, and we decided to provide more flexibility after families had a chance to experience the first week of school.

We are now moving forward into the fall, and stabilizing our enrollment will help ensure that students and staff can focus on the work ahead and have a successful year. Thank you for your understanding.