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Milford's Extended Learning Plan

Posted on: April 1, 2021

During Governor DeWine’s Feb. 9, 2021 press conference, he asked Ohio schools and districts to work with their communities to help students advance and make up for any learning that may have been lost or delayed because of the coronavirus pandemic. He requested that schools and districts design plans to meet the needs of students that could include, but are not limited to, ending the school year later than scheduled, beginning the new year early or extending the school day. Summer programs, tutoring or remote options also could be considered. The governor asked schools and districts to provide their plans to the public and the General Assembly no later than April 1.

As an administrative team, through extensive conversations with teachers, staff, and families throughout the school year, we have developed our Extended Learning Plan. In the plan, we discuss our instructional model for the 2020-2021 school year, internal data that is utilized by the district, and details about the extended learning plan. We know our in-person and online learners benefited from our teachers utilizing similar curriculum, resources and materials in both of those settings.  The commitment and dedication to the whole child also included a focus on mental health and social emotional outreach.

The Extended Learning Plan submitted to the State highlights our plan to provide additional academic support, social-emotional learning supports, professional development for staff, and development of an after-school programs. 

If families ever have educational concerns about their child’s academic progress or need for additional support, please contacting the building principal. 

Go here to download the Extended Learning Plan.