Posted by The Huron Hub Tuesday, April 14, 2020
The Huron School District laid out a plan for continued learning for students in the district.
Superintendent Donovan Rowe said in a letter that Gov. Whitmer’s executive order that closed all school buildings due to the COVID-19 pandemic also mandated that instruction take place using “remote learning” options for the remainder of the school year.
Here is a portion of the letter that Rowe sent out on Monday:
As a result, the Huron School District has completed a “Continuity of Learning Plan” that outlines the District’s efforts to provide remote learning options to students. The plan follows a model that is consistent with the Huron School District’s strategic plan, providing instruction that stresses rigor, relevance, and relationships for all students. This plan is being submitted to Wayne County RESA for approval, in accordance with guidance from the Michigan Department of Education. Once approved, this document will be posted on the Huron School District website.
In an effort to offer purposeful learning to all students, the Huron School District is launching a new web site called the Huron Learning Hub. This site is intended to help our students and parents as they transition to remote learning during the school closure. Parents will find information and resources on the site that will help keep them informed and equipped during this time. Students will find ways to connect with teachers, log-in to Google Classroom sites for instruction, and explore content and resources. We are working to develop the final details of the site now, and we will be launching our remote learning instructional program, along with the Huron Learning Hub site, on April 20, 2020.