Based on the lastest information on COVID community spread data, AASD school officials have set targeted dates for returning to face-to-face instruction using a "phased in" approach.
We will have five phases and we will move onto Phase II for staff first when we have less than 125 cases per 100,000 residents for a 14-day period based on an overall average of AASD population in their county of residence.
The projected dates are based on the latest trends and are subject to change.
AASD Average: 148.16
(as of 10-26-2020) Day 0/14 until Phase 2
10/6 Was the first date documented with a below 125 average starting the 14 day clock until the beginning of phase 2.
10/11 The average went above 125. Pausing the clock until the average falls below 125 to start the clock over until the beginning of phase 2.
*Other Counties Include: Bibb, Clarke, Douglas, Fayette, Franklin, Griffin/Spaulding, Houston, Jackson, Jasper, Jones, Madison, Monroe, Newton, Oconee, Paulding, Putnam, Thomaston/Upson, and Twiggs.
AASD will be using the distance/remote instructional model for the first nine (9) weeks of school (August 17th to October 8th). Please go to our announcements section for additional information.
Durante estas primeras 9 semanas de clases (17 de agosto al 8 de octubre), AASD estará utilizando el aprendizaje a distancia/remoto. Para más información busque nuestra sección de anuncios.
This is a simple video signed in ASL for young Deaf children on why we do not have school and what coronavirus is doing to us.
CDC developed a series of American Sign Language videos that offer important information about COVID-19.