Latest Updates from the Executive Director on the 2020-2021 School Year.
Dear Trinity Family, As we continue to examine the Oregon Department of Education (ODE), Ready Schools, Safe Learners Version 3.7.4 August 11, 2020, we are exploring the possibility of being able to provide Limited In-Person Instruction on campus in the afternoon. Our goal is to provide some face-to-face time for social-emotional support for our students. In order to […]
August 12, 2020 Dear Trinity Family, This past Tuesday, we received further updates from the Oregon Department of Education (ODE) and Governor Brown’s office regarding the re-opening guidelines, Ready Schools, Safe Learners Version 3.7.4 August 11, 2020. We had been hopeful that private schools’ restrictions would be “relaxed,” but that was not the case. As […]
Dear Trinity Family, Thank you for all the support our office has received this past week from our parent community. While we all desire for our entire student body to be on campus All Day / Every Day, that will not be possible as we start the 2020/2021 school year for grades 4-12. Due to current […]
This document is a constantly evolving plan of what Trinity’s school is to look like for your child(ren) in accordance with the latest guidelines from State authorities and Ready Schools, Safe Learners v 3.0.1, from the Oregon Department of Education (ODE). Non-public schools must comply with sections 1-3.
2020-2021 Reopen Plan -Two Different Start Plans. Same Trinity.
While we are hopeful for all grades to open All Day/Every Day on September 1, Deschutes County is trending towards this likely reality: In-person learning on Trinity’s campus in KDG to grade 3 is a high possibility, but grades 4-12 will open online. This is due to the stated exception rule for KDG to grade 3.
To be able to meet these principles and abide by the ODE guidelines the Trinity community has made significant investments in our learning experience, not only for today but for the foreseeable future. These investments will help us continue to grow and improve our program and include but are not limited to, materials, infrastructure, and personnel.
No matter what situation we are required to start the school year with, our staff is prepared to implement a quality educational experience while maintaining the support and family-like environment our community has come to expect.
- We will be able to serve students up to age 12 in the after school program.
- We will have two additional classrooms that can each serve a limited number of students in each room for KDG and older.
- The population of these cohorts must remain consistent day-to-day and not exceed the regulated number given to us by the State health authorities.
- There will be no drop-in daycare options.
- There will be no morning TLCA.
- TLCA will be open until 5:30p.
More information will be coming soon concerning TLCA
Student and Parent training will be offered in all technology and programs.
TADS Educate – This is our parent information portal & grading platform (Replaces Gradelink)
G-Suite for Education – Grades 3 to 12 will utilize the Google G-suite platform as a supplement to the classical teaching experience in the classroom.
SeeSaw – ECE to grade 2nd utilize the SeeSaw platform as a supplement to the classical teaching experience in the classroom.
New technology device training – Resources, training, and tech support for students and parents.
Digital communication and technology expectations – One consistent and comprehensive plan for our communication and learning platforms at all grade levels.
Dates, times, and ways to access the training will be made available at the end of July.
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