• Return to Learn | Plan for a safe return

  • IMPORTANT NOTICE
    Per the recommendation of MDH, MDE, Isanti Public Health, and the Regional team, Early Childhood through Grade 12 Distance Learning will extend at least through January 19 with the possibility of returning to Hybrid on January 20. 
  • In Person Learning

    In Person Learning

    • CURRENT SCHOOLS:
  • Hybrid Learning

    Hybrid Learning Model

    • CURRENT SCHOOLS:

     


  • Distance Learning

    Distance Learning Model

    • CURRENT SCHOOLS:
    • Early Childhood and Preschool Programs
    • Cambridge and Isanti Primary Schools
    • Cambridge and Isanti Intermediate Schools
    • School For All Seasons
    • Cambridge and Isanti Middle Schools
    • Cambridge-Isanti High School
    • Brookside Academy | Moving Forward
    • Riverside Academy

Grades K-5 Learning Bundles

  • Learning Bundle Delivery/Pickup Information

  • Grades K-2 SEESAW Information

  • November 30 - December 4

  • November 16-20 & 23-25

  • November 9-13 (No SFAS)

  • November 2-6 (No SFAS)

  • October 26-30

  • October 12-14 & 19-23


Grades 6-12 Distance Learning

  • Grades 6-8

    Grades 9-12

    Coursework to be completed in Google Classroom Coursework to be completed in Schoology
    Google Classroom Schoology
  • Return to Learn (Quick Links)

  • Return to Learn Plan Overview

    The health, well-being and safety of Cambridge-Isanti Schools staff and students is our TOP priority in every decision we make as we prepare to return to learning.

    The 2020 school year will be unlike any other in our history. The continuing threat of the COVID-19 pandemic is disruptive and will require flexibility, adaptability, patience, empathy and a commitment to health and safety. The State’s Safe Learning Plan is a localized, data-driven approach. It is grounded in the science of epidemiology, including contact tracing in our state since March. Working in partnership with the Isanti Public Health Department, local data will guide our decision-making. 

    Cambridge-Isanti Schools has aligned its Pandemic Response Plan with the guidelines outlined by the Minnesota Department of Health 2020-2021 Planning Guide for Schools, the Minnesota Department of Education Guidance for Minnesota Public Schools: 2020-2021 School Year Planning and the Safe Learning Plan for 2020-2021, the Center for Disease Control and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

    As directed by the Minnesota Department of Education (MDE), we have created three learning models to be used at any time during the 2020-2021 school year. We are working toward consistency, predictability, and routine in our lessons, services and delivery models as we move between the three learning models throughout the year—with as little disruption as possible. For each of these scenarios, Cambridge-Isanti Schools staff remain committed to our mission to develop well-rounded individuals who EXCEL in leadership, ACHIEVE at the highest levels, and are RESPONSIBLE citizens. EVERY STUDENT. EVERY DAY. 

    It is with hope and optimism that 20 committees of more than 100 teachers and staff, the Teaching & Learning Advisory and Special Education Advisory Councils have worked this summer to plan and prepare for the three scenarios, as directed by the state. It is a team and community effort to prepare our schools for a safe return to learning. Children thrive when they know that teachers, parents, and adults in their lives care about them and are making decisions in their best interest. We are committed to connecting with every student and family and inspiring a love of learning, a sense of personal responsibility and hope for their future—regardless of the delivery model in which we find ourselves throughout the year. 

    In partnership with Isanti Public Health and our entire C-I Schools team, we will continue to monitor public health conditions and will follow all executive orders and local guidance. If health conditions warrant a change in the state’s reopening phase, this plan will be updated.

  • Goals for a Safe Return

  • Guiding Principles for Planning

  • Our Safe Learning Model

  • Contingency Planning and Moving between Learning Scenarios

  • COVID-19 Resources

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    Every decision we are making keeps SAFETY of staff & students as our very TOP PRIORITY.