Distance Learning refers to instruction provided by Nea staff when we are not able to provide in-person instruction, or, during the at-home instruction days outlined in the hybrid model below.
Distance Learning includes virtual classroom meetings as well as asynchronous learning in the form of independent work, recorded video instruction, and work assigned on online platforms.
Remote Learning refers to the option for families who decide that they are not comfortable with returning to in-person learning, due to health conditions or other reasons. Remote Learning will be provided through third party vendor, as follows:
Nea will be using Accelus Learning for K-12th grade. Accelus aligns with AUSD and is also used at over 2600 other schools throughout the country.
ACLC will be using BYU Independent Study (grades 7-12) or Edgenuity (grades 6-12).
When health conditions allow, ACLC and Nea will implement a hybrid model, in which learners spend two to three days on campus in small learning pods of up to 13 learners.
Learners will be on campus either Monday and Thursday or Tuesday and Friday. Some learners may also be on campus on Wednesdays for enrichment or support programs. When not on campus, learners will participate in independent distance learning activities.