Learning Options

Distance Learning 2.0 is enhanced and includes a daily school schedule with combinations of “live” teacher instruction, specialist time, intervention opportunities, independent directed learning, student and family support and social emotional learning check ins. There will be clear expectations for staff and students. There will be a common platform for elementary and a common platform for secondary. Attendance will be taken daily. Resources to support distance learning will be available on the district website and a Tech Helpline will be available for students and parents.

Stillaguamish Valley Learning Center
- Distance Learning 2.0 (teacher directed, parent supported) K-8
Students in grades kindergarten and first will work virtually with their classmates and teacher two days per week. Students will complete home learning activities (assigned by their teacher) on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Students in grades 2-8 will connect with their teachers and classmates three days a week for virtual instruction. They will complete home learning activities (assigned by their teacher) on Monday and Friday.

Arlington Online Program (AOP) K-12
Students will complete online courses with the support from a certificated teacher. Learning is self-directed, however, there is a weekly obligation to connect with the AOP teacher and check in (via Zoom).

Committed Distance Learning 2.0
Students participate in Distance Learning 2.0 for an entire semester or the entire year directed by a certificated teacher. This is for families who do not want their child to move in and out of Distance Learning and a Hybrid model throughout the year and/or feel in person instruction is unsafe at this time.