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Online Parent Forum addresses future of hybrid learning at Harry Hoag

Thank you to all who participated in the January 27 online Parent Forum to share the results of the recent Hybrid Learning Feedback Form and discuss the evolving instructional program at Harry Hoag School.

At the forum, Superintendent of Schools John Bishop and Harry Hoag Principal Lauren Crisman discussed the feedback received, addressed concerns and questions from parents and guardians, and noted that any changes from the current hybrid learning program would not take effect until March at the earliest. Maintaining a safe and healthy environment for students and staff remains the district’s top goal.

The online Parent Forum was similar to those conducted in late August, and was broadcast and recorded on YouTube at

“The purposes of the forum were to engage, inform and involve our stakeholders in the district’s goal of providing a safe and healthy learning environment for students and staff,” said Superintendent Bishop. “We appreciate all who participated and will keep our school community apprised as we continue to develop our instructional plan for Harry Hoag.”

The instructional plan and schedules at the junior/senior high school will remain unchanged this school year.

Anyone who was unable to participate in the forum and has questions, may call or email the Superintendent’s office.