Hybrid Learning

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  • The Penn-Delco School District is pleased to reopen for in-person learning. The vast majority of our students will be moving from an all-virtual format that was in place for the start of the school year, to a hybrid model that mixes some days of in-person instruction with other days of at-home learning.

    Current classroom sizes and configurations cannot accommodate full classrooms while honoring six feet of physical distancing between desks required by the PA Department of Health. Therefore, the District has approved a hybrid plan in which half of the students learn from home while half receive in-person instruction in school on alternating days of the week based on the letter in the alphabet of the student's last name.

Special Education Services

  • Special education services will be scheduled throughout the day by special education teachers and/or paraprofessionals. Large and small group live instruction will help students make progress toward their goals. All 504/IEP meetings will be conducted virtually.

Social Emotional Learning

  • It is recognized students have experienced additional social and emotional strain due to COVID. Penn-Delco's Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) program will continue to help support a student's ability to follow routines and schedules while building stamina for work completion in these new models.