Posted on April 5, 2021
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April 5, 2021

Dear School District Families,

I am pleased to share that the Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (PFT) has completed its readiness reviews for the remaining 23 schools that needed to be cleared for the Phase II rollout of the Hybrid Learning Plan. For Phase II, students in grades 3 through 5 and students with complex needs in grades 6-8 whose families select the hybrid learning model would transition to a mix of in-person and digital learning each week, based on their assigned schedule, beginning Monday, April 26th. All staff supporting grades 3 through 8 will return to school buildings on Monday, April 12th.

The 23 newly cleared schools are:

AMY at James Martin Feltonville Arts & Sciences MS Philadelphia Learning Academy – North
AMY Northwest MS Feltonville Intermediate School Philadelphia Juvenile Justice Service Center
Baldi MS Girard Academic Music Program (GAMP) Science Leadership Academy at Beeber
Roberto Clemente MS Warren G. Harding MS Tilden MS
Russell H. Conwell MS Hill-Freedman World Academy General Louis Wagner MS
Carver Engineering & Science HS Julia R. Masterman HS Grover Washington Jr. MS
Crossroads Accelerated Academy Middle Years Alternative (MYA) Woodrow Wilson MS
Crossroads Academy at Hunting Park Penn Treaty HS

 

To learn more about the many layers of safety we have in place to protect the health and well-being of everyone in our schools, please visit philasd.org/aes. If you still have questions, you can call our hotline for English-speaking families at 215-400-5300 or find hotlines in other languages here. Hotlines operate Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Thank you for your continued patience as we advance the important work of safely reopening our school buildings. We look forward to welcoming more students back to school for in-person learning in the coming weeks.

Sincerely

William R. Hite Jr., Ed.D.
Superintendent
The School District of Philadelphia