The Platte County School District has developed proactive contingency plans to support continous student learning in the event of a prolonged school closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
We acknowledge that this is a stressful time for our families, staff, and community; and that academics is only one piece of our collective concerns. Our approach is to continue to provide learning activities and resources to families as a means to keep students actively engaged in learning and minimize regression. Our approach is not intended to replicate or replace learning as it would occur in the classroom.
Continuous learning allows our students to maintain skills in a different learning environment. If possible, students will utilize a device to access meaningful virtual learning experiences and digital resources needed to engage in their learning. Middle school and high school students, because of their access to student chromebooks, will mostly engage in learning digitally. All students with assigned chromebooks will be bringing them home. Elementary students will have options that do not require technology and will be communicated to families from the classroom teacher. We understand that not all students have access to technology or the internet, and therefore we have created alternative learning opportunities that do not require technology.
Please use the links on this page to access expectations for staff, students and caregivers, as well as optional learning menus.
Continuous Learning Links
- Starting March 30, learning plans will be communicated directly from your child's teacher(s). Elementary learning menus by grade level are also linked below.
- Families can still use these optional learning activities for student engagement PK-12
- What actions will PCR-3 Staff take to support students in staying actively engaged in learning?
- What do learners need to do to stay engaged in their learning?
- How can families support learning?
For questions and additional support, please contact your child’s building principal.