Fairfax County kids missing school due to exposure to COVID-19 have a new option for keeping up with their learning.
Fairfax County Public Schools is launching a new program to connect quarantined students with their class assignments. It’s called StreamIN/CheckIN and is set to be implemented by Monday.
Students will be able to livestream classes or watch recordings made by their teachers, Fairfax County Public Schools says.
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It’s not the same as hybrid or concurrent learning; students will only be able to watch and listen.
Students will have a check-in with a teacher every other school day, plus weekly check-ins with a staff member.
Any student in isolation or quarantine or whose learning is paused should have access to the program by the third day out of school.
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High school students can access most classes through the program. Elementary students will focus on language arts and math.