ASFM Hybrid Learning Hub
Although the COVID-19 pandemic continues to present the most serious public health crisis the world has experienced in generations, our ASFM educators (with the wonderful help of parents) are doing an amazing job meeting the needs of our online learners from grades Nursery through 12. As we prepare for a possible transition from our DLP 2.0 to a Hybrid Learning Scenario, we must use a pathway for reopening our campus safely with the health and wellbeing of our entire community in mind at all times.
If and when we receive the authorization to open in a Hybrid mode, we will do so over a gradual 3 week period and in a way that meets the needs of our learners and of our community. The ASFM Hybrid Learning scenario is guided by the assumption that a vaccine will not be available for another 6-18 months, which means ASFM needs to be able to respond quickly to circumstances in its own school community as well as to conditions in Mexico. As we prepare for this possible transition to a Hybrid Learning mode, we know we may need to close it again with very little advance warning. This means ASFM must be prepared to “toggle” between different learning scenario models designed to fit a variety of circumstances and drivers.
As was clearly stated within the Roadmap 2.0, our potential transition to a Hybrid model of learning is completely dependent on the State of Nuevo Leon’s authorization and stoplight system. As we all know, based on State regulations, all schools are still under restricted conditions and as such we will need to continue with our DLP 2.0 until further notice. Only with a GREEN light from the state will we be able to begin our transition to the Hybrid Learning scenario.
Please note that specific details of any and all parts of our Hybrid Learning Scenario are subject to change at any moment based on the decision making drivers mentioned below.
Thank you for your trust and dedication.
Dr. Michael W. Adams
- Ongoing Guiding Principles
- Learning Scenarios Planning Team and Process
- Ongoing Drivers for Decision-Making
- Hybrid Learning Scenario Definition
- General Elementary Hybrid Characteristics
- General MS Hybrid Characteristics
- General HS Hybrid Characteristics
- Nuevo Leon StopLight Authorization Process
- 3 Week Window of Precaution & Transition. Explanation and Rationale
- Student Learning Cohorts
- ELEMENTARY Daily Student Schedule for on-campus Learning
- Middle School Daily Student Schedule for on-campus Learning
- High School Daily Student Schedule for on-campus Learning
- Nutrition and Food Consumption
- Campus Access and Transportation
- Elementary Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures
- MSHS Drop-off and Pick-up Procedures
- Mitigating Risk: Health Services, Campus Safety and Security
- Health Screening System
- Quarantine Guidelines and Expectations
- Social Distancing and Personal Protection Equipment (PPE)
- Positive Covid-19 Test and Contact Tracing Procedures and Protocol
- High-risk Students and Staff
- After School Activities
- COVID-19 Community Wellbeing Policy
- Non-educational Services
- Important Reminders
- Frequently Asked Questions
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