Prepare Elementary Schedules for Whatever Lies Ahead

How to quickly and easily explore social distancing schedule models to plan ahead for different scenarios this fall

With so much uncertainty ahead, it’s nearly impossible to predict what back-to-school schedules will look like. Will we be back to “normal”? Will we have hybrid in-class/remote schedules? Will we continue to be 100% remote? What happens if rolling closures force us to pivot? School districts need to explore various scheduling scenarios now in order to be prepared to respond effectively to whatever lies ahead this coming school year.

Using DMGroup’s Elementary School Scheduling Software, we quickly and easily explored a variety of social-distancing schedule scenarios. Read on to see these schedule models for different reopening scenarios and explore how they can work for you.

A classroom with social distancing measures

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About the Author

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Craig Gibbons

VP of Engineering & Scheduling Practice Lead

Craig Gibbons is Vice President of Engineering and Scheduling Practice Lead at DMGroup. In this role, Craig partners with school and district leaders to help them leverage technology-enabled approaches and hands-on support to address key challenges such as building effective, best practice elementary school and staff schedules. Craig also leads the development team that designs and builds DMGroup’s software tools.