MCPASD Instructional Models

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The following resources may also be helpful in determining if this option will be helpful to your child:

MCPASD 2020-21 Instructional Models



Virtual Start, Transition to Blended or Face-to-Face  
(Universal Plan)

Fully Virtual

(Alternative Available to Any Family)

General Overview

The District plans to start with a virtual plan and transition students and staff back to buildings as it is deemed safe.  

The District has offered fully online programming for the past 10 years for students K-12. This will continue to be an option with the addition of 4K this year.



Curriculum Will be designed and delivered by our District teachers and delivered virtually until we are able to offer instruction in a blended format.  Curriculum will be directly aligned with our District scope and sequence.

Based on the level of interest in a fully online option, we are able to deliver our District curriculum at the K-6 level. We will have at least two teachers at each grade level. This means that our K-6 MCPASD online teachers can plan together in order to provide a high quality experience.

You can get more information on the seconeary curriculum here: 

Secondary Curriculum (7-12)

Teachers Students will be assigned to teachers and classrooms, which they will return to when we return to the buildings.  All teachers PK-8 will be MCPASD teachers. Students in grades 9-12th will have an adviser who is an MCPASD staff member and will have MCPASD teachers except in a few areas where we do not have a local teacher who is able to teach that content online. In these cases, the teacher will be a teacher in Wisconsin who is a part of the Wisconsin eSchool Network. 
Access to Services in Buildings

Students and staff will return to schools as it is deemed safe to do so.  This may be in a blended model or a fully in-building model. 

Students and families will have the opportunity to return to buildings at natural transitions (trimester or semester) or at a different time as determined by the School Board.

Once deemed safe for students to return, our online students do have access to taking courses in our buildings, and participating in clubs, athletics and activities. They will also have the ability to access face-to-face support on their virtual courses.  Transportation would be the responsibility of the family.

Logistics This is our Universal Plan. Students and families wanting this do not need to take any further action at this time. 

Students and families wanting a Fully Online option will be asked to indicate this on a survey in August.