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COVID-19 School Update


Due to COVID-19 guidelines and safety measures, health for staff and scholars will be the main priority. As such, please note the following:

  • The first day of school: pushed back to Monday, August 17, 2020.
  • The school has received funds from the CARES ACT fund to provide Arlington with teacher supplies, cleaning supplies, safety/hygiene supplies, and online enrichment curriculums
    • 80-90% of the supplies have been delivered to the school
    • All staff members will be issued face masks, face shields, and ample cleaning products for their classroom/workspace area
    • All rooms have been cleaned, decluttered, and disinfected
    • Masks will be mandatory for all teachers, staff, and scholars (Refer to the posted COVID-19 Plan for temperature checks, when able to remove masks, etc.)




On Campus and Digital Learning


Blended Learning Schedule

  • Based on the results of the Learning Style of Choice Survey, the greatest preference (42%) was for Blended Instruction, which is on campus Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and homebased learning (“Digital Days”) on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This is applicable for scholars in all grades.
  • “Digital Days” will be implemented this school year in order to best accommodate all of the learning styles, as well as allow teachers to balance the face-to-face scholars and the online scholars. For example:
    • Monday – Introduce Lesson; Hands on Learning
    • Tuesday – Online Practice/Reinforcement; Online Interactive Activities
    • Wednesday – Revisit/Expound on the Lesson; Formative Assessment Assignments (Quizzes; Discussions; Interactive Games, etc.)
    • Thursday - Online Practice/Reinforcement; Online Interactive Activities
    • Friday – Summative Assessment Assignments (Final Tests; Projects; Papers, etc.)




School Resources


Scholar Resources

  • Edgenuity, IXL, and additional online enrichment sources will be used as needed to accompany the BJU curriculum.
  • All scholars will receive an Individualized Learning Plan (ILP) at the beginning of the school year.
  • Technology – 3rd through 12th graders will be assigned individual computers.
  • Books – Parents are purchasing books this year through our curriculum provider, Bob Jones University at www.bjupress.com. (Correspondence with ordering instructions was emailed to parents.)




Cleaning & Disenfecting


Safety Training Faculty and staff have been trained over the summer break. We will follow all school considerations and guiding principles issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). As previously shared, we have put in place a Coronavirus Task Force which encompasses all poignant areas of our school campus. Each task force sub-group is diligently working to familiarize themselves with all pertinent data as we prepare to enter our new school year to incorporate CDC and Georgia Department of Public Health guidelines and instructions. Additionally, we have put together an online contingency plan if schools are instructed to close due to the Coronavirus pandemic in the Fall.