May 2020 Selected admin met to identify keys areas of focus to work on over the summer (health safety, facility improvements, staffing, procedures, etc.)
June 2020 Asked for feedback from families and staff on what they’d like to see for the 2020-21 School Year.
Early July 2020 Developed three Draft Academic Plans based on the feedback collected from families and staff, and requested families provide data on their learning preference.
September 2020 On September 2, the first COVID Case is reported in Middle School and students/staff were quarantined. STEM announces plans to bring K-5 students back with a Progressive Rollout via the Elementary Return-to-In-Person Learning Plan.
October 2020 On October 2, the second COVID Case is reported in Middle School and students/staff were quarantined. Following Fall Break, students in grades K-5 are attending 4-days a week, with some students remaining virtual.
Early November 2020 November 11 & 12 three total COVID Cases reported (2-ES, 1-HS) and students/staff were quarantined; BOD announced on November 13 that STEM would remain open for remaining three weeks.
Late November 2020 On November 26 & 30, two total COVID Cases were reported (1-MS, 1-HS); BOD takes Dr Eucker’s recommendation to go remote for remaining three weeks of the semester and states intentions for STEM to return to in-person in January.
December 2020 K-12 is remote for remaining three weeks of Fall Semester; Leadership Team begins work on plans for returning to in-person learning for January. STEM announces plans to community for the return to in-person learning.
January 2021 STEM returned to in-person learning on January 5, continuing to offer Hybrid and Virtual options for families; On January 14 & 19, two total COVID Cases were reported (1-HS, 1-Staff Member). On January 27, one COVID-19 case was reported (1-HS).