Miami-Dade County Public Schools announced that classrooms will not be opening this fall due to the coronavirus pandemic. The plan is to begin the school year the same way we ended the last school year…online with virtual learning. In addition, the school district announced a change the schedule. Classes will now start on August 31st providing students with an additional week of summer vacation, but also…hopefully…one less week of virtual learning and maybe…possibly more in classroom learning. Only time will tell.
Aug. 24-28 will be a “Week of Welcome” providing orientation for parents / students and teacher training. August 28th will be a teacher planning day.
August 31: Students begin classes on My School Online.
Miami-Dade County Public Schools will re-asses local COVID-19 condition on September 30th.
We stand committed & prepared to deliver to our community that which they’ve come to expect from us, a world-class experience. During these unprecedented times for school systems across the nation, rest assured that @MDCPS is ready to Reopen Smart & Return Safe. #MDCPSReopening pic.twitter.com/mctfCACx9x
— Alberto M. Carvalho (@MiamiSup) July 29, 2020
NOTE: If you have not yet enrolled your child in school, now’s the time to register your child.
— SpringviewPTA (@Springviewpta1) July 29, 2020