The Temecula Valley Unified School District on Aug. 11 released finalized online learning
schedules for all schools and grade levels, a week ahead of the district’s first day of classes on Aug. 17.
The school year will begin with a modified day — students will be released from their virtual
classes between noon and about 1:30 p.m., depending on grade.
According to the schedules released by the district, a normal day in online learning will take
place over the exact same period of time students would be in physical classes during any other school year.
Instruction for all grades will involve a combination of synchronous learning in which students are interacting live with a teacher, asynchronous learning in which students are not interacting live, and independent work.
At the elementary level, schedules will be the same each day, with mixes of synchronous,
asynchronous and independent learning throughout the day.
At the middle and high school level, students will be following a “block schedule” format
Tuesday through Friday.
Students will check in with a homeroom teacher on Mondays before attending all periods and completing asynchronous materials and independent coursework. Then, students will attend periods 1-3 on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and periods 4-6 on Wednesdays and Fridays.
The district’s finalized online learning schedules are below. Additional information on the district’s plans for online learning can be found at https://www.smore.com/nq9ky.