Springs’ schools have welcomed back students for learning while adapting to new online measures to encourage interactivity and preparing to open their doors to students once in-person schooling is again allowed.
The Vista Student Center staff donned superhero costumes to deliver student materials and Chromebooks; the site is scheduled to be the first Springs site to re-open to students in October, asking students keep a “dolphin’s distance” of six feet apart from one another. Vista Student Center also introduced a new high school math teacher to its students, Dr. Lindsey Mack.
Venture Online introduced the Padlet online virtual “bulletin board” to its first grade class to promote student interaction and emotional well-being; teacher Veronica Beach said, “They started the year with big smiles and eager minds… We stay in touch weekly on Padlet to keep our new friendships strong and our smiles frequent.”
The Corona Student Center has prepared signs and flow maps to promote cleanliness and social distancing for when Riverside County and the CDC green light returning to school.