Offer all AP Classes to Distance Learning Students in CVUSD

Offer all AP Classes to Distance Learning Students in CVUSD

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Students from Ayala started this petition to CVUSD Board Members and

The introduction of the 2020-2021 Academic School Year brought many students to choose between the two different types of learning, Distance and Blended Learning. Of which, a handful choosing to take their learning online. They were misled by the lack of information about the district’s plan to reopen. Due to the pandemic, CVUSD should promote distance learning rather than blended learning by offering the same courses online. The district has been giving blended learning students first priority to schedules, textbooks, and more opportunity to take AP and elective courses.  Students in Blended Learning have received their classes and textbooks on the same day while students in Distance Learning were given their schedules and chance to get their textbooks on two separate days. The schedules for distance learning came out on August 5, a day before they were supposed to pick up their textbooks. Students who had their schedules fixed after the textbook pick up day will be required to go back to school for the third time to pick up their other textbooks (8/10-8/14). 


Furthermore, the miscommunication between the district and students have caused the majority of schedules to be disorganized. There were two lists on the CVUSD website’s Q&A that included AP courses for online school. However, the title misled students to think that all AP classes provided at school were also provided for distance learning. Some students were not aware that the list existed because there was a lack of information on the Ayala website and on the district's social media platforms. Students' classes have either been missing, or incorrect. Many of these classes include the AP (advanced placement) classes offered at Ayala High School. They were given courses that they do not need, restricting seniors from taking the classes required to graduate, all because they are staying at home. Some students are required to quarantine because their family member(s) may be infected with the virus, they should not have to give up their education for the safety of others when AP courses can be offered online as well. Students should have the option to keep their families safe while having access to the same education as students in Blended Learning.


To the Chino Valley Unified District, we urge you to provide equal education to all students whether they are in distance or blended learning. Our time here is short and a small mishap in a student’s schedule can negatively affect their high school career.

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