These guiding principles are subject to change based on local and state mandates as well as updated recommendations
and guidance from the Florida Department of Education, CDC and local health department.
Governor Ron DeSantis and Florida Department of Education (FLDOE) Commissioner Richard Corcoran, have expressed the critical need for students to return to school in the fall. The FLDOE's release of the Reopening Schools and CARES Act, outlines the effect education has on our communities. Schools have been a haven for teachers to personally connect, collaborate, and create learning and life experiences with youth; a continuous educational journey that lays the foundation for our students' future.
To accommodate families,
PPCA's reopening plan for the 2020-2021 academic school year
will offer students two options:
Traditional Classroom and Distance/Remote Learning
Information about each option can be found below. After reading each option, you are required to make a selection that will be in effect for the first nine weeks of school.
First day of school for students: Monday, August 24th (revised 7/15)
Last day of the nine weeks: Friday, October 22nd
Your selection must be submitted using the Google Form that will be sent to your student's PPCA email account. The enrolling parent must select one option by July 13th.
Return to campus
Follow traditional school schedule
Enhance health and safety precautions
PPCA Distance Learning
Attend school remotely while keeping PPCA enrollment
Follow standard school schedule
Observe standard school policies