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    Remote Learning Guidelines for MVROP Students

    During this unprecedented time, we all are doing our part as community members to flatten the curve and reduce the transmission of the COVID-19 novel virus by adhering to the six-county shelter in place ordinance through May 1, 2020. As of the afternoon of April 7, to ensure the safety and well being of our staff and students, MVROP made the difficult decision to close its ROP Center Campus and all programs for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year. 

    To ensure the continuity of educational services to our students, MVROP has implemented remote learning, or virtual classrooms, in lieu of traditional in-classroom instruction. Our MVROP instructors have altered their lesson plans and adapted them to provide Career Technical Education (CTE) instruction for students so they continue to attain the skills and knowledge necessary to ensure future success in their college and career paths.

    To help guide students and their families regarding this new structure, here is a simple breakdown of expectations for lessons, communication, and grading through the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year:

    • Instructors will provide two lessons per week via Google Classroom to students.
      • All assignments will be graded
    • Students are expected to:
      • Check-in with teachers weekly
      • Turn in all assignments electronically

    Students and/or parents with questions regarding this newly adopted instructional structure should contact their MVROP instructor directly.

    If a student or family does not currently have wifi/Internet access, MVROP recommends for them to contact Comcast regarding its “Internet Essentials” program, which provides two free months of Internet service to low-income families.

    MVROP is proud of its staff and how they have stepped up to address these new challenges. Even though our classrooms and daily lifestyles have a very different look and feel, the intent and sentiment remains the same- we will get through this together. As we do this collectively, we are helping to ensure our most vulnerable members of society are protected during the current health crisis. We may be operating remotely, but the MVROP community remains connected.