Comprehensive Distance Learning

Comprehensive Distance Learning


Daily Schedules Available

Picture of 5 different comprehensive distance learning schedule

Find detailed daily schedules for each grade level,
as well as more details about the academic day by clicking on elementary, middle or high school details below.

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Middle School Schedule button

High school schedule button

Comprehensive Distance Learning Basics

The following are components that families and students can expect from Comprehensive Distance Learning:
• Student learning happens five days per week
• A consistent weekly schedule of learning provided by the teacher(s)
• A balance of synchronous and asynchronous learning
• Daily live connections to teachers
• A focus on care, connection and positive relationships with teachers and peers
• Attendance and participation are expectations for each student
• High academic standards and expectations with opportunities for additional academic support
• Report cards, letter grades and opportunities for regular feedback from teachers
• Transition years will receive connection opportunities (K, 6, 9)
• Elementary school Music and Physical Education
• Middle and High School elective courses
• Special Educations services, Section 504 accommodations English Language Development services
• Access to well-child health visits and other primary care needs at school-based health centers
• Access to school meals
• Access to internet connectivity
• Kindergarten Lenovo Tablets and  Grades 1-12 Chromebook
• Technology Help Desk support for families 541-259-8990

Guiding Principles

Truly effective schools, whether in face-to-face or distance learning environments, support the needs of ALL learners by making evidence-based, high impact instruction a consistent and common thread that connects all classrooms. Bend-La Pine Schools strives to provide all students an equitable and meaningful school experience by using these as our guiding principles:

  • Connections to Families and Students: Teaching and learning are most successful as a partnership between schools, students, and families.
  • Engaging Curriculum and Deeper Instruction: Instruction has a clear focus on priority standards that support coherent and meaningful learning.
  • Learning Intentions and Success Criteria: Students know where they are going in their learning, why the learning is important, and what counts as quality work.
  • Collaboration Among Students: Students have frequent opportunities within instruction to talk, share work, and engage with each other.
  • Evidence of Student Learning: Teachers use discussions, tasks and activities that provide clear evidence of each student’s learning
  • Feedback that Moves Learning Forward: Students receive actionable and positive feedback that provides them with specific next steps to move their learning forward.
  • Students as Owners of Their Learning: Instruction supports and builds toward students understanding, regulating, and monitoring their own learning.