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Strategic Reopening Plan - Hybrid On-Site Learning

We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to work through our Strategic Reopening plans for Basehor-Linwood students. District and building administrators, as well as district and building leadership teams, have been focused on developing a safe reopening plan for all students and staff.

As a result of parent feedback, we have learned that over 75% of students would like to return to school on-site. With this in mind, we have built a framework for a temporary Hybrid On-Site learning platform that we will be presenting to the Basehor-Linwood BOE on Monday evening, August 10th. This plan will provide the ability to appropriately social distance and keep our staff and students safe and healthy. The Hybrid On-Site model could be modified to include more or less time in the buildings, under the guidance of the Leavenworth County Health Department and dependent upon the status of COVID-19 cases in our community, with our ultimate goal eventually being 100% on-site again.

A few things to note:

~Pre-K students will already be in a hybrid model with limited class sizes and attending ½ days, so all Pre-K will be on-site.

~Rigorous Remote learning and BLVS are still options for K-12th graders, so if you have selected one of those platforms and would like to stay with that, there will be no need to fill out the form again. If you previously selected on-site then you will be automatically in the Hybrid On-Site platform.

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Basehor-Linwood USD 458 is located in southern Leavenworth County. The District contains 90 square miles and incorporates the cities of Basehor and Linwood. The resident student population is just over 2,400 students. In addition, Basehor-Linwood Virtual School enrolls nearly 200 students a year.

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Strategic Reopening Plan - Hybrid On-Site Learning

We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we continue to work through our Strategic Reopening plans for Basehor-Linwood students. District and building administrators, as well as district and building leadership teams, have been focused on developing a safe reopening plan for all students and staff. As a result of parent feedback, we have learned that over 75% of students would like to return to school on-site. With this in mind, we have built a framework for a temporary Hybrid On-Site learning platform that we will be presenting to the Basehor-Linwood BOE on Monday evening, August 10th. This plan will provide the ability to appropriately social distance and keep our staff and students safe and healthy. The Hybrid On-Site model could be modified to include more or less time in the buildings, under the guidance of the Leavenworth County Health Department and dependent upon the status of COVID-19 cases in our community, with our ultimate goal eventually being 100% on-site again. A few things to note: ~Pre-K students will already be in a hybrid model with limited class sizes and attending ½ days, so all Pre-K will be on-site. ~Rigorous Remote learning and BLVS are still options for K-12th graders, so if you have selected one of those platforms and would like to stay with that, there will be no need to fill out the form again. If you previously selected on-site then you will be automatically in the Hybrid On-Site platform.
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Information for Parents Regarding Special Education Services for 2020-2021

The TBLSEC recognizes there may be many questions for families with students with exceptionalities as we begin the 2020-2021 school year with options regarding learning environments and special education services. The determination of services lies with the IEP team. The student's IEP team, including the parent, should start by thinking about the district’s general education curriculum through the different learning environments. All services and supports are intended to provide the student with access to the general education curriculum to the maximum extent appropriate. Below is a list of the learning environments offered with considerations for the IEP team.
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Coronavirus Information Updates

We hope that these first few weeks of our Continuous Learning Plan have gone somewhat smoothly for your children (and for you!). We thank you for your patience, communication and grace in aiding your students' learning while at home during this unprecedented time.
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