(CAM MEDRANO / EYE OF THE TIGER)
As schools shift online, Eye of the Tiger reporters take a look at what that means for individual departments and classes.
All schools in RJUHSD switched to distance learning after midterms last month in a mitigation measure against COVID-19. The district has announced that distance learning will continue through the end of the school year.
In response, classes have had to adapt curriculum and exams to match the distance-learning format. According to RHS principal Nicholas Richter, teachers have been meeting over Zoom to align department curriculum and determine new formats for classes.
“We want to make sure that the work being given is legitimate – that it’s going to be part of the learning,” Richter said.