The Level 3 Selection Process for students in grades 6-12, except for CTE students, is from Monday, Nov. 30 – Monday, Dec. 7. LEARN MORE
Return Level 3 Instructional Delivery Method & Transportation Selection Process Key Points
- The Return Level 3 selection process is for students in grades 6-12, except for CTE students.
- The selection window is from Monday, November 30 – Monday, December 7.
- Families are able to select between hybrid/in-person or full-time distance learning.
- Only 11 students are able to ride the school bus at a time and all students will receive a health screening before boarding the school bus.
- All families must make a selection and there is not a default instructional delivery model option.
- Schools will be conducting outreach to ensure all families make their selections before the selection window closes.
Steps to Complete the Selection Process
Families will need to complete the following steps in ParentVUE to select their choices for the instructional delivery method and transportation questions:
- Log in to ParentVUE with your username and password.
- As soon as you log in, the default tab you will see is the “Student Info” tab.
- On the top of the “Student Info” page, click “Edit Information” to select your choices to the instructional delivery method and transportation questions.
- Scroll to the middle of the “Student Info” page to select your choices for the instructional delivery method and transportation questions.
- After selecting your choices, scroll to the top or the bottom of the page to select “Save Changes.”
- If you have multiple students, you will need to complete this process for each student by selecting their name in the box located in the upper-left corner of the screen in ParentVUE.
View the Level 2 Selection Process Results
Families were asked to select their preferred instructional delivery method for Level 2 students by Oct. 23, including PreK-5th grade students and CTE students enrolled in select courses at the Career Center, online through ParentVUE.
Families choose between:
- Hybrid In-School and Distance Learning – Students will participate in two consecutive in-person instruction days per week combined with two days of synchronous distance learning. Mondays will continue as asynchronous for teacher planning. Additional information by grade level is available on the Transition to Hybrid/In-Person Model webpage.
- Full-Time Distance Learning– Students will participate in full-time distance learning, including both interactive, teacher-led (synchronous) instruction and asynchronous instruction.
APS strongly encourages all families to select their instructional delivery model so that APS can proceed with clear knowledge of each family’s choice for their student(s) based on their individual circumstances and learning preferences.
Student Grouping Levels and Timeline
APS will adjust student grouping for the return levels, to accommodate the adjustments to the hybrid model, and to ensure that students with IEPs and English Learners are able transition with their general education peers. The dates listed below for each phase are projected dates that we are working toward, and are subject to change based on health, safety, and operational metrics.
- Level 1: Nov. 4
- Students with Disabilities (SWDs) who require direct support to access distance learning.
- Level 2: January 2021 TBD (NEW)
- All PreK-5th grade students, including PreK-5th grade English Learners and SWDs with Individualized Education Plans (IEPs), and high school students enrolled in selected Career & Technical Education (CTE) courses at the Career Center.
- Students phase in, in groups, according to the following projected timeline:
- Phase 1: Projected Date January TBD: PreK, Kindergarten, plus CTE students
- Phase 2: Projected Date January TBD: 1st and 2nd grade students
- Phase 3: Projected Date January TBD: 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students
- All projected dates are subject to health and safety and operational metrics and may be changed as necessary.
- Level 3: Projected Date TBD (NEW)
- All APS middle and high school students who selected hybrid, in-person instruction
- Specific phases to be announced at a later date
Trouble with ParentVUE? Find troubleshooting help for logging in, passwords, etc. or contact the Family Technology Call Center at 703-228-2570.