Update: Feb. 10, 2020
As we prepare to welcome students back to school buildings, timelines may change based on the division’s ability to implement essential health and safety strategies. For example, with more than 2,300 middle and high school students electing to learn virtually, the division has more social distancing options. Therefore, WJCC Schools is accelerating the timeline for middle and high school students to begin in-person learning.
Beginning February 16, fourth- and fifth-grade students will join students in grades Pre-K through three for in-person/hybrid learning. This is a week earlier than initially planned.
REVISED Timeline for Hybrid Learning
Grades PreK-5, Select Special Education Students
Grades 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11
Hybrid learning includes two days of in-person learning and three days of remote learning each week. On-site learning days are determined by the student’s last name (A-L on-site Monday and Tuesday; M-Z on-site Wednesday and Thursday).
Schools and the division will provide operational updates directly with families by text, email, and phone calls. Parents and guardians are encouraged to check their contact information in ParentVUE and notify the school office if the information has recently changed.
WJCC Schools awaiting new guidance from the Virginia Department of Education to update our Paths for Learning. Please continue to visit this page for the most up-to-date information.