Milton-Union High School will engage in fully remote learning beginning Tuesday, December 8 through Friday, December 18. Students will access instruction, coursework, and assignments digitally. Most, if not all, MUHS teachers are using Microsoft Teams and have prepared students to continue meaningful instruction remotely. The following information is intended for parents and families of high school students.
Staff Member Availability – High School teaching and administrative staff members will continue to report to the building for the short-term future.
Class Schedule – The High School will continue to follow the regular bell schedule, not the remote learning schedule. The middle school will continue in-person instruction for now. On a regular basis, several middle school students report to high school credited classes and instructors of high school programs. For the short-term future, these instructors will continue to be available to students.
Regular Bell Schedule (HS Schedule Beginning December 8)
Technology Support – Students who need technology support should e-mail questions, concerns, and needs to email@example.com. Appointments may also be made with Mr. Blackburn who can assist remotely through Microsoft Teams video chat.
Arts and Activities
SchoolsPLP – These circumstances do not affect students and families already participating in fully remote instruction through SchoolsPLP. These students should continue their work as they have been since the beginning of the school year.
End-of-Course Exams – All EOC exams for high school students are postponed until after holiday break.
Although we continue to monitor circumstance daily, Milton-Union Middle School and Milton-Union Elementary School will continue in-person instruction. The district expects to provide more lead time for families of middle and elementary students to arrange supervision and childcare. We are hopeful the present situation improves, and we are then able to return high school students to in-person instruction after the holidays on Monday, January 4, 2020. School staff members will continue to monitor the situation daily.