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Return To Learn

During the 2020-21 school year, Moorhead Area Public Schools is using its Return to Learn plan to guide a safe learning environment for all students and staff.

Below you will find information on:
  • Learning Models Overview
  • Learning Model Decision Process
  • Return to Learn Plan Document
  • COVID-19 Information

Though the school year started in a hybrid learning model, we will pivot to the different models below as needed during the school year The Incident Command Team meets regularly to monitor county case counts, trends, community factors and the state's guidance. See below for a visual infographic that explains the data points examined.

We will continue to work with our local and state public health agencies and the Minnesota Department of Education throughout the school year to determine the most appropriate model for staff and student health and safety, while providing our students with high quality education.

Learning Models Overview

Learning Model Decision

The Incident Command Team meets regularly to monitor county case counts, trends, community factors and the state's guidance. The infographic below visualizes this process. You will also find relevant data in the graph and table below that helps guide this decision-making process.

Learning Model Descision

The table below outlines the multiple data points reviewed at each Incident Command Team meeting. In order to get a holistic view of COVID spread in our community, clay and cass county 14-day case rates are reviewed. Within the school district, the number of positive cases among staff and students, as well as the number of staff and students quarantined are taken into account.

 14-day Clay County COVID Case Rates14-day Cass County Rolling Average of New Cases14-day Cass County Rolling Average Positivity RateCurrent Staff Confirmed Positive COVID CasesCurrent Staff COVID Related QuarantineCurrent Student Confirmed Positive COVID CasesCurrent Student COVID Related QuarantineTotal
Staff Confirmed Positive COVID Cases (School Year to Date)
Total Student Confirmed Positive COVID Cases (School Year to Date)
11/27/2020183.28 - 13.68 % 214533225108171
11/19/2020161.3 - 16.56 % 141021740687138
11/12/2020123.6 185.38 - 201262840373121
11/5/2020105.57 147.26 - 1780393145393
10/29/202082.86 122.63 - 1361102023654
10/22/202059.08 117.57 - 55441392344
10/15/202047.61 88.09 - 747121491840
COVID Related Data
Date11/27/2020
14-day Clay County COVID Case Rates183.28
14-day Cass County Rolling Average Positivity Rate 13.68 %
Current Staff Confirmed Positive COVID Cases21
Current Staff COVID Related Quarantine45
Current Student Confirmed Positive COVID Cases33
Current Student COVID Related Quarantine225
Total Staff Confirmed Positive COVID Cases (School Year to Date)108
Total Student Confirmed Positive COVID Cases (School Year to Date)171
*There are approximately 8,500 preK-12 students and 1,200 staff.

Resources

Return to Learn Plan Document
--Kurdish Plan Document
--Arabic Plan Document
--Somali Plan Document
--Spanish Plan Document

COVID-19 Information