Peak to Peak's Reintroduction Plan

  • Peak to Peak will remain in Distance Learning
    for all grade levels from January 5th-15th, 2021.
    Additional information regarding in-person learning was sent to families on January 8th. 

    Our K-12 priorities for 2020-21 include:  
    • Health and safety (physical distancing, minimized exposure/movement, daily screenings, masks, etc.) 
    • Stable and consistent delivery of instruction and support
    • Stable cohorts of students
    • Flexibility for short and long-term closures
    • Predictability for the entire school year, smooth transitions
    • Continued focus on equity
    • Social/Emotional Learning (SEL)
     
    We are working within the health and safety guidelines provided by the school district and the public health departments. Along with the district, we are focused on the following priorities:
    • Ensure health, well-being and safety of all students and staff
    • Maximize student academic growth and achievement
    • Provide supports to teachers and staff
    • Assure operational and financial viability

Significant Deviations from BVSD's Back Together plan and Normal P2P Operations

  • Small Student Cohorts

  • In-Person Kindergarten in Phases 2-5

  • In-person and Distance Learning in Grades 1-5:

  • Spiraled Quarter Schedule in grades 6-12:

  • “Flex Day”

  • Peak to Peak's phasing will mirror what BVSD has designed based on guidance from the local health departments. While it is our desire to align with BVSD on the designated phase, Peak to Peak may select a more restrictive phase based on individual needs and circumstances at our K-12 school. 

    See BVSD's Back Together Plan

     
    How Peak to Peak will 
    ALIGN with BVSD:
    How Peak to Peak will 
    DIFFER from BVSD:
     PHASE 1 All students will participate in a distance learning model.  
     PHASE 2 Some students, in groups of 10 or fewer, will be designated for in-person learning on campus. All other students will learn at home. Peak to Peak’s kindergarten students will attend in-person learning for half-days, in cohorts of 10 or fewer students.
     PHASE 3 Across the K-12, cohorts of students will attend in-person learning on a significantly reduced schedule. In order to accomplish this, students will be divided into “A" and “B” cohorts in each course/classroom.

    Peak to Peak’s elementary school will follow the district’s proposed schedule, where student cohorts will be on campus for in-person learning 2 full-days per week. 

    Click here to see the proposed schedule in BVSD’s plan.

    There will be a “Flex Day*” for a variety of purposes and opportunities for both staff and students. The day of the week for this “Flex Day” will align with BVSD, which is Monday.

    Peak to Peak’s middle and high school will be implementing a spiraled quarter system for the entire 20-21 school year. In order to limit exposure across student cohorts to the greatest extent possible, students will take only four courses per quarter and will be divided into “A” and “B” cohorts in each course. During Phase 3, middle and high school students will be on campus for in-person learning for half days, with learning extensions for small groups during the second half of the day.

     PHASE 4 Most students will return to the Peak to Peak campus for in-person learning.

    A “Flex Day” will be preserved for a variety of purposes and opportunities for both staff and students. Peak to Peak is preserving this “Flex Day” for the K-12 for the entire 20-21 School year, regardless of the phase.

    Peak to Peak’s middle and high school will be implementing a spiraled quarter system for the entire 20-21 school year. During Phase 4, middle and high school students will be on campus for full-day, in-person learning on a block schedule, two days per week. Students will be learning remotely two days per week. Students will take only four courses per quarter. There will be no 1-8 days.

     PHASE 5 All students will return to Peak to Peak without restrictions.

    A “Flex Day” will be preserved for a variety of purposes and opportunities for both staff and students. Peak to Peak is preserving this “Flex Day” for the K-12 for the entire 20-21 School year, regardless of the phase.

    Peak to Peak’s middle and high school will be implementing a spiraled quarter system for the entire 20-21 school year. Students will take only four courses per quarter. There will be no 1-8 days.