As we continue to move forward with our planning for full in-person learning, we want to thank you for your patience and understanding. As you know, the announcement from the NM Department of Education was unexpected and requires us to move very quickly. DATA was planning to remain virtual while implementing small group instruction for the remainder of this school year. We began remodeling select areas of the building based on this plan and are currently working with our contractors to complete as much as possible by April 5th.
(This is a day off on DATA’s school calendar, so classes will actually begin on April 6th.) However, we cannot guarantee we will be ready and approved for full re-entry by this date.
It is imperative you keep up with our communication regarding a solid date for in-person learning. We will continue to send emails and update this information on our school website.
APS will conduct a site visit before April 5th, per NM PED requirements, to determine our readiness to open. We cannot open for in-person learning without the approval of our protocols, procedures, and safe practices addressed in the site visit.
There is NO option to sign up for “partial” in-person learning. It is full time in-person or full time virtual.
After reading more about the options, if you have questions or are still unsure about your decision regarding full re-entry, we will have a Zoom Q and A Forum on Wednesday, March 17th, 5:00-5:30 p.m. Here is the link:
By Monday, March 22nd, please complete the survey using the link below to inform us of your commitment to one of the options.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email administration: email@example.com
If an in-person student is too sick to be in school but is well enough to join from home, they will be marked as present as long as they show up in their DISCORD classes.
In order for us to engage in safe practices, ensure the safety of faculty and students, and maintain a continuum of learning for those on and off campus, the following will be implemented:
All adults and students on campus are expected to wear masks when on school property (we will provide masks to those who need one), and they are expected to practice social distancing and frequently wash hands using soap and/or the hand sanitizing stations.