(BLOOMINGTON) – The Monroe County Community School Corporation registration is now open through July 20.
- Log in directly to Skyward Family Access by clicking here.
- Question #2 will ask about your enrollment choice for the 2020-2021 school year (In-Person Instruction, Online Academy, Hybrid, etc.).
Instruction will be 5 days a week in the classroom with teachers and students. This will be offered all year unless a closure is necessary based on guidance from the Governor or Monroe County Health Department. There will be smaller class sizes and socially distanced when possible. We will also try to use larger spaces and outdoors when weather allows.
Instruction will be 5 days a week. This will be offered all year with the option to go back to in-person instruction at the end of semesters/trimesters. The Online Academy instruction will be provided by MCCSC teachers using MCCSC curriculum. Online Instruction and resources will be provided through Canvas and will include synchronous (live) and asynchronous (recorded) learning. A minimum of 5 hours instruction for K-6, minimum of 6 hours instruction for 7-8 and a minimum of 6 hours instruction for 9-12. Students may participate in their neighborhood/home school extracurricular activities per IHSAA and ISSMA guidelines.
The Hybrid Learning model is available for 9th – 12th grade students as part of our prioritized social distancing efforts at North and South High Schools. This method will be five days a week with a combination of in-person instruction and online instruction. Students will physically attend school every other day and remain at home for their online instruction on the alternate days. (For example, Student attends in-person instruction M, W, F and online instruction T, Th this week. Next week student attends online instruction M, W, F and in-person instruction on T, Th.) The students will take their regular schedule of classes. Teachers will provide synchronous (live) and asynchronous (recorded) learning experiences of core instruction and post to Canvas. Student-athletes will need to be transported to school for practice on days they attend online instruction.