Temporary Remote Learning - COVID Related

Temporary Remote Learning - COVID Related

The Cherry Hill Public Schools' "The Road Forward - Continuity of Learning Guide 2021-2022" has been updated to expand the qualifications for temporary remote learning for students.

Temporary remote learning will be available for students in grades Pre-K-12 for any COVID-related issue including but not limited to the following:

  • Students identified as close contacts
  • Students awaiting access to a COVID test
  • Students awaiting COVID testing results
  • Students quarantining due to travel
  • Students who have self-screened at home and are experiencing symptoms as specified on the COVID-19 At-Home Screening Checklist 
  • Students exposed to a COVID positive relative

These students will have access to live remote learning. Each school will have a process for sharing assignments with these students and/or login information if attending classes via livestream. There will be a waiting period of 1-3 days (depending on the school/class) to begin live temporary remote learning so that teachers can properly prepare for students to join their classes remotely. If the classroom teacher is absent for an extended period of time and a substitute is covering the class, students will engage in asynchronous learning posted to the Google classroom.

Temporary live remote learning will not be available for students who are absent/home sick for non-COVID reasons