HyFlex Learning

An inclusive and blended learning mode that aims for the most interactive learning setup crucial for effective learning.

Hyflex Learning

Hybrid-Flexible Model

Reedley has developed an agile mode of instruction that features synchronous classes for on-campus and off-campus classmates. This inclusive model expands the walls of a physical classroom to include students who may prefer to learn remotely.

To maximize student-teacher interaction and student collaboration, lessons and activities will be conducted by our teachers with a group of classmates in a face-to-face (F2F) setup while live streaming the class to the students in the distance learning (DLP) setup.

At the start of each term, parents and students will be given the option to participate either in the F2F setup or the DLP setup.

F2F Setup

We are excited to have our students back on campus. For SY 2022-2023, Reedley is partly reverting to the pre-pandemic classroom setup. On most days of the school week, students in the F2F setup will attend classes in the physical classroom where they can be taught and monitored by their teachers in person.

Learn more about the F2F setup during HyFlex Learning:

DLP Setup

Reedley continues to offer the exemplary Distance Learning Program (DLP) to students who feel more comfortable learning remotely. In a HyFlex classroom, students in the DLP will be attending the same class online as their classmates on-campus. This simultaneous learning from different settings aims to lessen learning gaps and promote student interaction crucial for effective learning.

Learn more about the DLP setup during HyFlex Learning:

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Student Life

Reedley continues to offer a myriad of off-screen and socialization activities for an engaging student life during full DLP: clubs, assemblies, contests, and other events.

Collaborative skills are crucial in a child’s growth and development. With this in mind, Reedley will look into opening F2F student activities while considering the health and safety of each student.

Vaccination and Safety Protocols

We value the health and safety of the whole Reedley community. We ensure that health and safety protocols are followed on-campus. Students, teachers, and staff are required to maintain social distancing and wear a mask at all times.

Vaccination will not be a requirement to join F2F classes. Reedley respects the individual rights of students and families to decide on this matter without prejudice to the opportunity to attain quality education via F2F or DLP.

Reedley is allowed to hold F2F classes at Alert Levels 1 and 2. Should Alert Level 3 or above be declared, Reedley will automatically revert to the full Distance Learning Program.

Let’s take a closer look at how HyFlex Learning works

Pre-K and Kindergarten

F2F Cohort

Young learners need to establish a routine to help hone their self-regulation skills. During HyFlex Learning, our Pre-K and Kindergarten students will attend F2F classes for 3 days per school week, and 2 days of online classes.

Weekly Reporting and Class Times

Face-to-Face ClassesOnline Classes
AM
Session

3x a week

8:30-11:30

2x a week

8:30-11:30

PM
Session

3x a week

1:00-4:00

2x a week

1:00-4:00

Digital Tools Checklist

All Pre-K and Kindergarten students are required to have the following individual gadgets as most assessments will be done digitally:

  • Tablet
  • Headphones with microphone

Students attending F2F classes will be allowed to connect to the school WiFi while students attending online classes are advised to have an internet connection of at least 10mbps (both download and upload speeds).

More details will be indicated in the student’s supplies list upon enrollment.

Grade School

Cohort Options

At the start of the school year, students in Grades 1 to 6 have 2 enrollment options: F2F Cohort or DLP Cohort. Ideally, this will be their cohort for the rest of the school year. Slots for the F2F Cohort are limited and are on a first-come-first-serve basis.

Students in the F2F cohort who will need to be absent from on-campus class for any reason may join the class via DLP for a predetermined amount of time for as long as it has been coordinated with the Office of the Principal.

Transferring to the F2F cohort may be requested and will be subject to the Principal’s approval based on the slots available at the time of application.

Weekly Reporting and Class Times

LOWER SCHOOL 1 & 2:

AM Session
PM Session
Face-to-Face Classes
Online Classes
4x a week
8:00 - 11:30
none
1x a week
8:00-2:00

LOWER SCHOOL 3:

AM Session
PM Session
Face-to-Face Classes
Online Classes
3x a week
8:00 - 12:00
1x a week
8:00 - 1:20
none
1x a week
8:00-2:00

MIDDLE SCHOOL 4 to 6:

AM Session
PM Session
Face-to-Face Classes
Online Classes
3x a week
8:00 - 12:00
1x a week
8:00 - 1:20
1x a week
8:00-2:00

Digital Tools Checklist

All Grade School students are required to have the following individual gadgets as most assessments will be done digitally:

  • Tablet for Lower 1 and 2 students
  • Laptop or tablet with keyboard for Lower School 3 to
  • Middle School 6 students
  • Headphones with microphone
  • At least 10mbps internet connection at home

Students attending F2F classes will be allowed to connect to the school WiFi while students attending online classes are advised to have an internet connection of at least 10mbps (both download and upload speeds).

More details will be indicated in the student’s supplies list upon enrollment.

Support

For questions or concerns, please send us an email at grade.school@risfamily.com.

High School

Cohort Options

With the HyFlex Learning model, our High School students may choose to participate in the F2F or the DLP setups. Both cohorts, although separated by physical distance, will be simultaneously learning from their teachers who will be holding classes on-campus. This way students in the DLP will be able to engage with their teachers as well as students in the F2F setup.

Alternating Cohort Schedule

Each class’ F2F cohort will be divided into two groups—group A and group B. Each group will get the opportunity to attend F2F classes alternately. In the first week of the month, group A will be in F2F classes while group B will be doing DLP at home. The F2F class and instruction will be streamed to the students in the DLP setup. In the second week, group A and group B will switch roles. To illustrate this arrangement:

Group A

(Students 1-15)

Group B

(Students 16-30)

Week 1
F2F
DLP
Week 2
DLP
F2F
Week 3
F2F
DLP
Week 4
DLP
F2F

Meanwhile, students who chose the DLP cohort at the start of the term will stay at home and learn remotely regardless of the alternating F2F group schedule. Moreover, if group A is scheduled to be in the F2F setup and a student belonging to the group wishes to do DLP, the student may stay at home and join the class online. However, students who are scheduled for DLP for the week are not allowed to attend F2F classes and must only follow their designated schedule for F2F.

The F2F cohort grouping will be shuffled per grading period to allow students the maximum opportunity to interact with other classmates.

Class Schedule

Classes start at 7:40 AM daily and end at 2:20 PM, except for Wednesdays when classes end at 1:00 PM.

Digital Tools Checklist

Since some students will be alternating between F2F and DLP classes, it is essential that every student is equipped with the reliable tools to maximize the learning experience. All High School students are required to have the following individual gadgets:

  1. For DLP days:
    • Desktop computer or laptop (min. 8GB RAM, min. i5)
    • Headphones with microphone
    • A second external web camera or phone for document scanning or back shot during assessments
    • A second monitor attached to the laptop
    • A stylus, pad or digital tablet for Jamboard or virtual white boards
    • Google Suite
    • At least 10mbps stable internet connection with back-up mobile data
  2. For F2F days:
    • Laptop (min. 8GB RAM, min. i5)
    • Headphones
    • On-campus WiFi connection

Support

If there are further questions or clarifications, please feel free to contact us at hsprincipal@risfamily.com.

Support Services

Reedley continues to nurture beyond classroom learning.

Life Coaching

A mental and behavioral health support program provided for all students.

Our Life Coaches analyze student behavior and plan the counseling process to allow self-reflection and self-discovery in each student.

​We have successfully migrated Life Coaching to the Reedley Distance Learning Program. Our students may set an E-Call Outs appointment with a Life Coach.

Academic Consultation

Corrective, remedial, or enrichment sessions for our students. 

​Our teachers provide one-on-one academic and skills guidance and feedback to aid in goal-oriented strategy development.

​We have adopted this exemplary educational scaffolding practice online. Every student is entitled to 20 periods of free ACs per term.

English as a Second Language

An academic supplementary program that meets the communicative needs for cognitive learning of second language learners whose English proficiency level falls below grade level.

​Our teachers evaluate English skills among foreign students and may recommend this program if need be.

Our 3-period ESL sessions are spread over each week after regular classes and accommodates a maximum of 12 students. 

Career Counseling

Consultation sessions that help our students and families prepare and make good choices for the future.

Our Career Counselors help our high school students chart a path in making decisions on the best options for college and beyond. 

Our extensive Career Counseling Program holds Career and University Fairs, Alumni and College Talks.

Late Students Program

Academic catch-up sessions for our students who come in 6 weeks after official classes have started. 

Students under this program are given the opportunity to attend after-school classes to discuss missed topics. The number of catch-up sessions is based on the number of weeks missed.

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