New Remote Learning Days for CISD Students

New Remote Learning Days for CISD Students
Posted on 03/04/2021
WiFi tower with text "Remote Learning Days"

The 2020-2021 school year has brought many challenges, including teachers having to teach both in-person and online simultaneously. Considering these challenges, it is essential for teachers to have time to collaboratively plan for the best educational opportunities for their students.

Therefore, the Board of Education has approved planning days for teachers and staff as they continue to offer online learning for students. The approved dates are Friday, March 26th and Friday, April 23rd.

“This opportunity allows teachers to really dive into their data to plan engaging and individualized instruction for their students,” Secondary Math Coordinator, Scott Hutchings, stated after hearing of the Board’s decision.

On these teacher planning days, students will work remotely from home at their own pace through course content provided by teachers. Students will receive attendance credit by completing the required course work by 11:59 PM that evening.

“Castleberry ISD appreciates each and every employee, student, and family member who has gone above and beyond during this unprecedented school year,” said Associate Superintendent of Teaching, Learning, and Innovation, Renee Smith-Faulkner.