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Understanding Remote Learning Models

As part of our reopening plan, students who chose remote learning will continue to attend class from home. The resources below will help you successfully continue learning at home and understand potential changes as we begin to offer an in-person learning option.

5 Day Remote Model

  • Each student will attend class remotely five days per week.
  • Students must be logged into their CPS.edu account to be counted present for attendance.
  • In some classes, remote students will be joined by in-person students logged into the class from their school’s classroom.

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School Day Examples

These school day examples will explain what to expect during remote learning so you and your child can prepare for class.

Pre-K

REMOTE

Young child plays with building blocks

Grades K - 8

REMOTE

Young student taking notes while watching an online class

Grades 9 - 12

REMOTE

Student typing on a laptop

Cluster Programs

REMOTE

Student taking notes while attending a hybrid class

Additional Information

The resources below will help your child have an enriching remote learning experience.

Opt-in Process

Parents have the ability to opt-in or opt out of in-person learning. Find out how and when the next window will open.

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Technology Devices

Find out how to access and use technology that will allow you to participate in remote learning.

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Internet Access

See if you qualify for free internet service through our Chicago Connected initiative and find additional options for internet service providers and Wi-Fi network connections.

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Attendance

Learn how attendance is tracked and when absences can be excused if your child is learning remotely.

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Social-Emotional Wellbeing

Building supportive and inclusive learning environments is especially important when students are learning remotely. 

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Child Learning Hubs

Students in Child Learning Hubs are able to attend remote classes while being supervised by an adult in a safe environment.

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