Remote Learning Day - Thursday, Jan. 21, 2021
Due to a power outage early this morning on campus, Stevenson will be following the Remote Learning Schedule. All students from all pods (Green, Gold, and Blue) will learn remotely with classes beginning at 8:35 a.m. Students will receive an email with today's schedule and no one should come to campus.
Despite the uncertainties of this novel pandemic, we’re committed to providing the best possible teaching and learning experience for our students and communicating with our Stevenson community.
On this web page, you will find our most current policies and procedures regarding hybrid learning in second semester. Our COVID-19 Dashboard below is updated regularly with the most timely and critical updates, including the following week’s hybrid schedule and COVID-19 data in our local Stevenson community. You can find other important information, including our current learning plan and health and safety policies in the tabs below.
- Jan. 5, 2021: Letter to students, parents, and guardians about hybrid learning starting Jan. 19
- Stevenson High School Hybrid Learning Toolkit
- Dec. 15, 2020: Letter to students, parents and guardians announcing our Hybrid Learning Plan and Health & Safety Plan
- Opt-in form affirming interest in in-person classes as well as participation in our population testing program
- Form for students in need of bussing to and from school
- Recursos en español
- Plan Híbrido Patriot
- Plan de Seguridad y Salud
Patriot Hybrid Schedule
Below is the Patriot Hybrid Schedule for the next few weeks. To view our Patriot Hybrid Schedule over the entire course of second semester, click here.
COVID-19 Core Indicators
The CDC and IDPH have identified 3 core indicators for school districts to use in reaching decisions about reopening school. We have highlighted our current status according to each indicator below. With the Lake County Department of Health recently aligning their School Decision Dashboard with these metrics, it is critically important to note these public health agencies uniformly recognize that, despite transmission rates in our community,* the implementation of robust mitigation strategies significantly decreases the risk of transmission in schools.
In addition to monitoring the transmission rates in our community, we are collecting and monitoring hyperlocal data that reflects our Stevenson community. For a closer look at that hyperlocal data, which includes presumed positive and negative population testing results, please see the COVID-19 Data tab below. Any decisions about our learning model will be made as we continuously monitor this hyperlocal data and in collaboration with our partners at the Lake County Health Department.
*To learn more, please read the “Application and interpretation of indicators” section of this web page.