Hybrid Learning Model
A hybrid learning model limits the number of students for on-campus learning. If the state of Ohio limits the number of students in the school building/in classrooms OR if Moeller’s administration, along with the Hamilton County Board of Health, deems a need for the school to limit the number of students, we will employ a hybrid learning model.
In a hybrid learning model, students will report for on-campus learning based upon the first letter of their last name. An alphabetical split of grade levels ensures that siblings in the same household can ride to school together and decreases the number of students in a grade-specific class section (e.g., English I or Religion II). For example (please note that these are hypothetical alphabetical cut-offs), students in all grade levels with last names A-L report to school on Monday and Tuesday whereas students in all grade levels with last names M-Z report to school on Thursday and Friday. When students are not present for on-campus learning, they must report to school virtually through the Microsoft Teams livestream for continuity in education. Attendance will be taken. School starts at 7:50 AM and dismisses at 2:45 PM. In a hybrid learning model, juniors and seniors will not be permitted to leave campus for M-block.
On Wednesday, students may report or be required to report to school for individual or small group academic support during morning office hours. Faculty will hold office hours in thirty-minute increments (A1 = 9:00 – 9:30 AM, A2 = 9:30 – 10:00 AM, etc.). Faculty may also request that students in AP classes, in support services, or in need of making-up tests report during this time frame. In the afternoon, students may participate in grade-level or House System activities or retreats as pre-determined and communicated by Campus Ministry, House Deans, or counselors. Each week of the hybrid learning model will follow the same Monday through Friday schedule unless there is a holiday or scheduled off-day. If this is the case, the holiday or scheduled off-day will replace the Wednesday “flex day” for academic extension and intervention support.