At Home Resources
AP Exam Schedule
Tentative Reopening Plan 2020-2021
At this point, our plan is to return to school in a traditional model with face-to-face instruction five days a week if we remain in phase 2 or phase 3. To continue our planning process, we need to know how many students intend on returning and how many intend on participating in our virtual program. We need you to complete the required form linked below for each child to indicate your plans for your child’s return to school in August.
As you know, we have been working tirelessly to develop the best plan for our school district with the safety and health of our students, faculty, and staff being the top priority. The information regarding this virus is constantly changing, so our plans today revolve around the information we have today. We cannot emphasize enough that these plans could change very easily with new guidance and requirements from the Governor, Louisiana Department of Education, and/or Louisiana Department of Health. This is a lofty goal, and we face numerous challenges to make this happen under the current guidance, but we believe face-to-face instruction is what is best for our students. We understand some students and families have concerns about returning to school, so we will also offer a virtual program where students can learn online on a computer at their homes.
Although returning to school five days a week is ideal, it is important to note that we will continue following guidelines from state officials and will be required to adjust if necessary. As we receive more information from state officials, we will keep you updated. We appreciate your patience and understanding while everyone is doing the best they can to provide the most effective instruction for our students while protecting our faculty, staff, and children.
For More Information:
Tentative 2020-2021 Reopening Plan
WF Virtual Program Flyer
Virtual Program & Online Learning Expectations
Virtual Program Contract
July 6, 2020
We continue to monitor and follow guidance from the governor, health officials, LDOE, and BESE. Although we do not have answers to all questions at this point, we will continue to update you with information. If you have any questions, please email us at COVID19@wfpsb.org or call the schools or school board office during office hours listed below.
Support for Students with Disabilities
West Feliciana Special Education Advisory Panel Meeting