Following a board meeting on November 17th, San Luis Coastal Unified School District has adopted plans to allow students to resume modified in-person instruction once the state receives certain guidelines, such as the county being in the Red Tier for three weeks, according to a meeting with Assistant Principal Hardgrave.
The current reopening plan allows students to choose between an In-Person Hybrid, Distance Learning, and Virtual Learning schedule via their Declaration Form found in their email or on the MBHS website, while teachers can also choose to continue in Distance Learning or move to In-Person should the opportunity arise. These decisions will impact students’ schedules as Distanced and In-Person learners will not be able to be in the same class. Responding to concerns that schedule changes will make AP classes and other classes which are only offered one period difficult, Hardgrave said that it is an issue which the administration is continuing to discuss, with one possibility being a partnership with San Luis Obispo High School teachers to allow students to continue in their subjects from first semester under new teachers.
In accordance with state law, Morro Bay High School is not currently allowed to host athletic competitions or tryouts. However, this may change with very little prior notice, according to Hardgrave.
Declaration Forms are due today as students and families must commit to an In-Person Hybrid, Distance, or Virtual schedule for next semester.