Distance (Remote) Learning for Foothill During School Dismissal

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Distance (Remote) Learning at Foothill High School 

Starting on Monday, March 23rd Foothill has begun delivering Distance (Remote) Instruction for our students.  Staff participated in professional development and planning during the first week of school dismissal to prepare for the launch on the 23rd.  

Distance (Remote) Learning occurs when the student and teacher are separated and cannot meet physically in a classroom.  This is necessitated due to the school dismissal and shelter in place order mandated by the State of California to slow the spread of COVID-19.  Teachers pushed out their Distance (Remote) Learning Plans to their students to provide some structure for lessons and communication.  To access these plans, you can find them at this link or under the "Academics" tab on the main page of Foothill's website.

Below are some links to some valuable resources that may come in handy during the time of school dismissal and Distance (Remote) Learning.  If you can’t find something, please don’t hesitate to reach out to the Foothill Administration.

We acknowledge that this is a very hard situation for all of our students and families with a lot of unknowns.  As far as we know we are dismissed until after Spring Break, so if anything changes on that front, we will provide updates.  As we have done during this entire process, we take our guidance from the Pleasanton Unified School District, Alameda County Health Department, the Alameda County Office of Education and the State of California (Department of Education and Governor’s office).  Any changes that come our way will be communicated as soon as we get the updates ourselves. 

As always, if you have any questions or need support, please don’t hesitate to reach out.  We can get through this together as a strong Foothill Community!!

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