Students in grades K-5 enrolled in Mead Virtual Program (MVP) will have the opportunity to participate in both synchronous and asynchronous learning. This option is intended for students and families looking for flexibility and the opportunity to participate in at-home learning in which 70% of the school day will be synchronous, delivered by dedicated Mead School District teachers.
Students enrolled in MVP will be part of a multiage classroom in which students in grades K-2 and 3-5 partner with their teacher to meet the learning standards.
Students will have access to all content areas through Mead School District adopted materials and third-party curriculum. Synchronous and asynchronous teaching/learning will take place in ELA, math, science and social studies. Learning content will also include, but is not limited to, instruction for content areas such as social emotional learning, visual and performing arts, technology/digital citizenship and physical education/health.
Students will have an opportunity to engage in differentiated levels of support and instruction. This will include, but is not limited to, core instruction (asynchronous), targeted intervention (synchronous) and activities that promote depth, complexity and extension of learning (synchronous, asynchronous, project-based learning, etc).
Students will have the opportunity for in-person learning and support, while also being able to meet and collaborate with their peers at the Mead Virtual Program Hub located at 529 W. Hastings Rd.
For more information regarding the program eligibility, please contact Nick Edwards via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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