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Remote Learning

In-Person/remote Learning information

Class Schedule

Beginning Monday, April 5, 2021, all classes will follow this bell schedule.  

APS Final Reentry Survey Link

Learn more about the APS Return to In-Person Learning. 

Information and expectations for students who are returning to school in-person at AHS: 

Bulldog Student Expectations for In-Person Learning:

The health and safety of our students and staff is a top priority. In order to keep everyone safe, students will be required to:

  • Screen for possible COVID symptoms and take their temperature daily before coming to school. Students should stay home if they exhibit any symptoms or have a temperature of more than 100.4 degrees.

  • Bring their own mask and wear it whenever they are at school (extra masks will be available at school for students who forget theirs at home.)

  • Adhere to social distancing requirements, meaning they should be at least six feet apart.

  • Wash their hands often (soap and hand sanitizer will be provided at school.)

  • Bring their fully-charged APS-issued device (Chromebook or iPad) to class with them every day.

  • Bring a bottle of water that can be refilled in the touchless bottle refill station. Water fountains will be shut down due to safety practices.

Parents are required to check their student's temperature before sending them to school.

If students do not have a fever or other symptoms they may attend school.  If your student is exhibiting one or more of the following symptoms, keep them home:

  • fever

  • cough

  • sore throat

  • sneezing

  • upset stomach

Call the grade level secretary to report your student's absence or enter it on ParentVue. If your student tests positive for COVID-19, please call the school. 

APS Student Daily COVID-19 Questionnaire 

When Is Sick Too Sick For School? 

¿Cuando Está Demasiado Enfermo Su Hijo(a) para Ir a la Escuela? --

AHS Morning Arrival Procedures

  • Bus Entry

    • Students are required to wear a mask properly while on the bus. 

    • Drop off time is 7 to 7:20 a.m. 

    • Students must exit the bus wearing their masks. 

    • Students must walk socially distanced to pick up a grab and go breakfast 

    • Teachers will be at their classroom doors providing students with hand sanitizer, ensuring masks are worn, and confirming that students have no symptoms. 

  • Parent-Drop off 

    • Drop off time is 7 to 7:20 a.m. 

    • Before students exit their vehicles, parents will confirm that the student is symptom free.

    • Students must exit vehicles wearing their masks.

    • Students must walk socially distanced to pick up a grab and go breakfast.

    • Teachers will be at their classroom doors providing students with hand sanitizer, ensuring masks are worn, and confirming students have no symptoms. 

  • Student Parking Lot 

    • Arrival time is between 7 to 7:20 a.m. 

    • Students must exit their vehicles wearing their masks. 

    • Students must walk socially distanced 

    • Teachers will be at their classroom doors providing students with hand sanitizer, ensuring masks are worn, and confirming students have no symptoms. 

  • Late Arrivals

    • Students arriving late must follow all mask and social distancing guidelines and report directly to class.

Afternoon Departure Procedures - Students

  • Prior to dismissal, students use hand sanitizer to prepare for departure. 

  • Students should walk directly to the bus pick-up, student parking lot, or parent pick-up area. 

  • Students social distance and wear masks as they leave campus as well as on the bus.

  • Students must be picked up promptly. Students will be ushered outside after school, as they are not permitted to gather. 

  • Unless students are participating in after school activities, they must be off campus.

Entering and Exiting Buildings 

  • Enter buildings through the north side near “Security”

  • Exit buildings through the east or west doors.

  • Follow the indicated signs to enter/exit portables or any other buildings that only have one set of doors.

  • Stairways are designated as one-way, either up or down.  Please follow the signs.

  • Maintain social distance in the hallways.

During Passing Periods:

  • Go directly to your next class.

  • Social distance in the hallways and throughout campus.

  • Follow social distancing guidelines in the restroom. 

  • Enter buildings through the north or west.

  • Exit buildings through the east or west doors.

  • Follow the indicated signs to enter/exit portables and any other buildings that only have one set of doors.

  • Stairways are designated as one-way, either up or down.  Please follow the signs.

Breakfast and Lunch Meal Guidelines 

  • Students may pick up breakfast and lunch from any of the Grab & Go stations on campus.  These are located at the cafeteria entrance, lining up on the North side.

  • Follow social distancing guidelines.

  • Masks must be worn unless actively eating.

  • Weather permitting, we encourage you to eat outside in the courtyard area. If there is inclement weather, students are permitted to eat in the upper commons area.

  • High touch areas in the cafeteria are sanitized throughout meal times by cafeteria and/or custodial staff. 

  • Hand sanitizer is provided throughout the cafeteria. 

  • Disposable cutlery, cups, and trays are used for meals.

Classrooms 

Furniture is arranged in the classroom to allow for social distancing. 

  • Each classroom has a sanitation tote with cleaning supplies. Teachers and students should wipe down occupied spaces after each use. 

  • No sharing of books, equipment, supplies, etc. Students must bring their charged electronic device and headphones to class. 

  • There is no eating in classrooms during class time. 

  • Whenever possible, doors and windows will be opened for increased ventilation. 

  • Hand sanitizer is readily available to all students and staff in each classroom. Hand sanitizer is distributed to students when entering the classroom and in between activities.

  • Custodians will clean and sanitize high touch areas every evening.

Technology

  • APS checked out technology devices to students.

  • Contact the APS Tech Help Desk at 830-8080 

  • Most students received Chromebooks, though AHS will have a limited supply for loaning, exchanges, etc. Contact Mr. Ken Chavez or Mr. Pacha Kaye for availability 

  • Students will be expected to bring their APS-issued technology devices to school with them for in-person instruction.

  • Contact your child's school if you are having trouble with internet connectivity

Restroom Considerations

  • There is a limit of (2) students per restroom at any time.

  • Use only the designated stalls and sinks.

  • Please follow the social distancing and hygiene signs.

  • Soap and paper towels are refilled as necessary. 

  • Restrooms are cleaned and sanitized periodically throughout the day as well as each evening.

Buses

According to the APS Reentry Transportation Guidelines

  • Buses will run at no more than 50 percent of capacity.

  • No more than two students per seat for regular-size buses, one per seat on smaller buses.

  • Siblings may sit together.

  • Drivers and riders must wear face coverings.

  • Buses will be deep cleaned each evening.

  • Students exhibiting symptoms will not be allowed to ride the bus.