STAGE 3

REMOTE/EARLY
LEARNER IN-PERSON

A laptop computer icon and a school building icon with a dial that indicates stage 3.

KING COUNTY CASES

over

350

cases per 100K residents
within a 14-day period, Test Positivity greater than 10

STAGE 3: REMOTE/EARLY LEARNER IN-PERSON

IN-PERSON LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES:

  • Pre-K through 5th grade in groups less than 15 students phased in beginning with Pre-K through 3rd grade.
  • Grades 4-5 added after demonstrated ability to limit transmission.
  • Middle school and high school with the following criteria:
    • Students receiving special education services
    • Students who are multi-language learners
    • Students with incomplete grades
    • Students desiring mental health services

REMOTE LEARNING:

  • Middle Schools
  • High Schools
  • Students who have chosen the virtual learning model

OTHER STUDENT ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

IN-PERSON

  • High School: Athletic conditioning at each school by program/sport

REMOTE

  • Middle School: Activities and clubs accessible via school website, newsletters, direct emails and announcements.
  • High School: Activities and clubs accessible via school website, newsletters, direct emails and announcements.

To move to Stage 4, King County COVID-19 cases must be 50-350 positive cases per 100,000 people over a 14-day period.  Cases among staff or students in BSD buildings needs to remain low and the spread of COVID-19 impacting BSD facilities needs to be minimized by the implementation of risk mitigation strategies including contact tracing. The District will notify the community two-weeks prior to moving to the next stage that includes bringing more students back to buildings.