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Superintendent update PreK – 2nd Grade In-Person Instruction starting October 26

Hello Otay Families. Below, please find a copy of the message sent from Dr. Escobedo on Friday. In the message, he mentions a survey. Please complete the survey, linked here, after reading his update. Survey: http://bit.ly/OtayCommitment Phased Expansion to In-Person Instruction Proposed for Oct. 26Dear Parents/Guardians:As we continue teaching and learning in this most unusual of years,Continue reading “Superintendent update PreK – 2nd Grade In-Person Instruction starting October 26”

BACK TO SCHOOL

Otay parents: Welcome to the 2020 School Year! 📚What a year we have had! Monday is the First Day of School via Distance Learning. School starts at 8:00 am through Microsoft TEAMS. First week is 8:00 – 10:00 amWe will have a super cute photo area set up in front of the school for youContinue reading “BACK TO SCHOOL”

Distance Learning Schedule

Good afternoon Otay Families!Today we welcomed back our teachers and started planning for our Distance Learning Back to School. We can’t wait to see all of our Falcons, even if it’s across a computer screen. Please see the grade level schedule that we will follow at Otay during Distance Learning. Teachers are finalizing more detailedContinue reading “Distance Learning Schedule”

Dear Parents/Guardians:

Join us on Thursday, August 27 from 6-7 p.m. as Superintendent Francisco Escobedo, Ed.D., hosts our District Opening Virtual Welcome Night! The event helps kick off the new school year online—in keeping with the distance learning format in our schools. The event will occur as a Microsoft “Teams Live” event and parents/guardians will be ableContinue reading “Dear Parents/Guardians:”

Distance Learning – What will it look like?

I have received several questions about Distance Learning and what it will look like. Dr. Escobedo outlined some details in his last Superintendent Update, which can be found at: July 29 Superintendent Update Under newly enacted state law, school districts are required to provide rigorous distance learning, including: 1. Devices and connectivity so that everyContinue reading “Distance Learning – What will it look like?”

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