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Lower School

The Lower School has developed a comprehensive plan for the 2020–2021 academic year. Whether online or on-campus, we are confident our team will provide an engaging and joyful learning experience for all students. We will remain nimble and prepared to shift accordingly as circumstances change.

Daily Schedule

The Lower School plans to conduct a full day of classes for students. See sample schedules below.

To support health checks, sanitizing and traffic patterns LJCDS will have staggered start/end times:

Kindergarten

8:15 a.m.–3:15 p.m.
Drop-off 
7:45–8:15 a.m.
Pickup  3:15–3:30 p.m.
Eastgate Parking Lot

Grades 1 and 2

8:15 a.m.–3:15 p.m.
Drop-off
7:45–8:15 a.m.
Pickup 3:15–3:30 p.m.
Genesee Parking Lot

Grades 3 and 4

8 a.m.–3 p.m.
Drop-off
  7:30–8 a.m.
Pickup  3–3:15 p.m.
Genesee Parking Lot
 
 

Key Dates

  • September 14: First Day of On-Campus Learning – kindergarten and Grade 1 (half-day, 11:30 a.m. dismissal)
  • September 17: First Day of On-Campus Learning – Grade 3
  • September 21: First Day of On-Campus Learning – Grades 2 and 4

Student Cohorts

Faculty Cohorts

Indoor/Outdoor Classrooms

List of 7 items.

  • Essential Questions

    • One of the overarching instructional goals of our plan is to move toward an interdisciplinary model that uses essential questions to connect the learning across all subject areas.

    • An essential question will be designed for every three-week interval and all faculty members will use the essential question to guide the learning in their specific subject area. 

    • An example of an essential question for the first trimester would be: Who am I? Students would explore their identity and their inherent value and worth as individuals during the three-week interval. Who am I as a reader, writer, scientist, artist, mathematician, musician, innovator, researcher, athlete, community member, learner, etc.?
  • E-Learning

    The school year will begin in the e-learning model until at least September 11, 2020. LJCDS has applied for an elementary school waiver with San Diego County to get approval to begin in-person learning. 

    . These learning plans will be used for both e-learning and on-campus learning models and will be posted each week on classroom-specific Google Classroom sites (Grades 3-4) and Seesaw journals (kindergarten–Grade 2). The learning plans will outline the content, skills and activities that will be covered in each subject area for that week and will include all links to Zoom sessions and required resources.

     and . These sample e-learning schedules provide a general idea of the format for daily learning activities if we are in a full e-learning model for all students. Each classroom will have a specific schedule that will allow for a combination of asynchronous and synchronous learning that will occur in whole groups, small groups, and one-on-one Zoom sessions.
  • Hybrid Model

    The LJCDS hybrid model combines face-to-face learning and synchronous learning for students. In a few cases, some students will connect synchronously with their teachers and classmates from home. More details to follow as we learn how many students will need to learn from home.
  • Communication/Technology

    • Kindergarten, Grade 1 and Grade 2 will utilize  as a learning platform, digital portfolio and communication resource.

    • Grades 3 and 4 will use  as a learning platform, digital portfolio and communication resource.

    • Kindergarten through Grade 4 will have that will be posted weekly on Seesaw and Google Classroom.

    • will be used if needed when students are not on campus or when a teacher needs to stream to another classroom on campus.

    • We will also be piloting the use of a robotic mount that tracks and records a moving person in a few Lower School classrooms.
  • Early Care/Extended Day

    We know several of our families rely on our Extended Care options. As our first priority is the health and safety of our community, this service will be modified. Morning drop-off for Extended Care will start at 7:30 a.m. We are still finalizing plans for Extended Day that honor our cohort model. .
  • Learning Resource Center

    LRC support services will continue and Learning Specialists will push into assigned indoor and outdoor spaces to work with students 1:1 or within cohorts.
  • Physical Education

    Lower School students will participate in daily physical education outdoors and in the gym with other members of their cohorts. 

Lower School Team

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Payton Hobbs

    Payton Hobbs 

    Head of Lower School
    (858) 453-3440 x120
  • Photo of Maria Curtis

    Maria Curtis 

    Director of Early Childhood Center and Extended Day Program
    (858) 453-3440 x191
  • Photo of Marsha Poh

    Marsha Poh 

    Lower School Dean of Faculty and Students
    (858) 453-3440 x229
  • Photo of Meiling Hager

    Meiling Hager 

    Lower School Administrative Assistant and Attendance
    (858) 453-3440 x161
We believe the current plan for returning to campus will position us to deliver the educational excellence our families expect from LJCDS...The LJCDS community continues to inspire greatness for a better world during these challenging times, and our Torrey pride is strong.

Payton Hobbs, Head of Lower School