COVID-19 Online Learning

Revised December 3rd

This plan has been updated to reflect these new changes. Please continue to check this page for updates. More information and further reading links can be found below the table of contents.


On November 12th, Mayor Hogsett and Dr. Caine from the Marion County Public Health Department announced that all Marion County schools are required to move to virtual learning for all K-12 students.

As of November 23rd, 2020, all FTCSC schools are conducting instruction in a fully virtual format.  Students who were utilizing the in-person option prior to November 23rd will receive instruction from their regular classroom teachers via Canvas/Google Classroom.  This page will be helpful in better understanding your child’s virtual instruction.

Students who were utilizing the online-only option prior to November 23rd will remain in that format.  K-5 students will remain with their online teachers and 6th-12th students will continue to work in Edmentum.

Per Marion County Public Health Order #35, students are scheduled to return to In-Person Instruction after the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday, Tuesday, January 19th.  

Guardian Guide to Online Learning

Document Guide to K-5

Document Guide to REACH 4-5

Document Guide to 6-12

Hakha Chin
Matu Chin
K-5 Guardian Guide Video (Hakha)
6-12 Guardian Guide Video (Hakha)
K-5 Guardian Guide Video (Matu)
6-12 Guardian Guide Video (Matu)

Google Read and Write How-To Videos

K-5th Online Information

Students in grades K-5 will utilize Google Classroom to access daily content and lessons.

Logging into Google Classroom

6th-12th Online Information

Students in grades 6-12 will use their Canvas course to access daily content and lessons.

Note: Students who were already enrolled in FTCSC Online will continue to use Edmentum. Additional information can be found on our Orientation Letter.

Logging into Canvas

Want to sign up for a parent Canvas Observer account? Visit our guide on how to get started!

Child Nutrition – Meal Pickups

Star Express Child Nutrition Programs will be providing meal pick ups during the school closure.  Meals will be offered to ALL CHILDREN 0-18 years of age.  

Curbside distribution will be available at EVERY school building each Wednesday and Friday from 2:30-4:00pm.  We will be providing 7 DAYS worth of food each week;  4 days worth of meals on Wednesdays and 3 days worth of meals on Fridays.  Households can pick up at any location convenient to them, students do not need to be present.  Star Express will also be partnering with the FTCSC Transportation Department to run mobile routes through selected neighborhoods on Wednesdays and Fridays from approximately 11:00am – 12:30 pm.  Please continue checking this webpage for more information as routes are finalized. 

Distribution dates:
December- 2, 4, 9, 11, 16 and 18 January 6, 8, 13 and 15

SchoolCurbside Pick Up Door
ActonMain Entrance
AdamsMain Entrance
Bunker Hill23L
South Creek11N
Thompson CrossingMain Entrance
Edgewood Intermediate10N
Kitley Intermediate21S
Franklin Central Junior High School17N
Franklin Central High School20E

Mobile Routes

Below is a listing of the Star Express mobile meal routes.  These times are an approximation and can vary.  Students/Guardians will pick up from the bus at each of these stops.

StopsStop Time
ActonCrackling Ln & Pavilion Dr11:00:00 AM
ActonCrackling Dr & Retreat Ln11:25:00 AM
ActonCrackling Ln & Inspiration Dr11:50:00 AM
ActonShadow Ridge Ln & Sierra Ridge Dr12:15:00 PM
ActonSedona Ridge Ln & Sierra Ridge Dr12:35:00 PM
Adams6612 Muirfield Way11:00:00 AM
AdamsGlenshire Way & Troon Ct & Troon Dr11:20:00 AM
AdamsGordon Way & Turnberry Way11:40:00 AM
AdamsInverness Ct & Inverness Dr12:00:00 PM
Adams7624 Dornock Dr12:20:00 PM
AdamsDornock Dr & Turnberry Way12:40:00 PM
ArlingtonSleet Dr & Somers Dr11:00:00 AM
ArlingtonStraw Hat Dr & Yucatan Dr11:15:00 AM
ArlingtonBahia Dr & Sage Ct11:30:00 AM
ArlingtonHill Rise Dr & Whirlaway Dr11:45:00 AM
ArlingtonCitation Blvd & Dancer Dr12:00:00 PM
Arlington6050 Castleford Dr12:15:00 PM
ArlingtonWildcat Dr & Wildcat Ln by mailboxes12:30:00 PM
ArlingtonAbaca Way & Pavetto Ln12:45:00 PM
Arlington3355 Capsella Ln1:00:00 PM
ArlingtonBirds Eye Dr & Hemlock Way1:15:00 PM
Bunker Hill6810 Valley Ridge Dr11:00:00 AM
Bunker Hill7251 Windsor Lakes Pl11:30:00 AM
Bunker HillBarlby Pl & Windsor Lakes Dr & Woodbury Ct12:00:00 PM
South CreekWhistlewood Ct & Whistlewood Ln11:00:00 AM
South Creek3535 Wildwood Farms Blvd @ Pool11:20:00 AM
South CreekCork Bend Dr & Cork Bend Ln11:40:00 AM
South CreekCaraway Pl & Cork Bend Dr12:00:00 PM
South CreekArrowroot Ln & Arrowroot Way12:20:00 PM
South CreekBrandenburg Dr & Danube St12:40:00 PM
South CreekBrandenburg Way & Danube Way & Hapsburg Way1:00:00 PM
South CreekBrandenburg Blvd & States Bend Dr1:20:00 PM
Thompson CrossingCedar Mill Way & Skipping Stone Dr11:00:00 AM
Thompson Crossing6736 Front Point Dr11:20:00 AM
Thompson CrossingGrassy Bank Dr & Tadpole Ct11:40:00 AM
Thompson CrossingDevon Ave & Kerry Dr12:10:00 PM
Thompson CrossingKatie Ln and Stubbington Ln12:30:00 PM
Thompson CrossingBig Leaf Ln & Yarmouth Way12:50:00 PM
Thompson CrossingBallybay Ln & Lara Lee Dr1:10:00 PM
Thompson CrossingAbigail Way & Ballybay Ln1:30:00 PM
Thompson Crossing7818 Newhall Way11:00:00 AM
Thompson CrossingIthaca Way & Newhall Pl11:20:00 AM
Thompson CrossingLittle River Ln & Outer Bank Rd11:40:00 AM
Thompson CrossingBrambleberry Dr & Little River Ln & Wood Hollow Dr12:00:00 PM
Thompson Crossing7640 Wildcat Run Ln in pool parking lot12:20:00 PM
Thompson CrossingWildcat Run Dr & Wildcat Run Ln12:40:00 PM
Thompson CrossingBracken Dr & Dublin Ln1:00:00 PM

Please contact for any additional questions. 
If students receive meals via mobile routes they are not eligible to pick up meals from the schools. 

Social-Emotional Well-Being

We recognize the importance of providing students and staff with extra social and emotional support as they transition to online learning. Expect to see special welcome activities, extra time for building relationships and establishing new routines, and a focus on coping strategies. 

Where Can I Go for Mental Health/Social Emotional Support?  

Each school counselor in the district is available to assist families in need.  Resources include, but are not limited to:  Community Mental Health Centers, Conscious Discipline activities, Botvin Lifeskills, links to self-regulation and de escalation activities, and financial and community resources. This plan follows the IDOE ‘s Roadmap for SEL Re-entry.

  • Staff Professional development is provided to ensure staff acquire the knowledge to support social and emotional needs for our students and families.
  • School counselors will monitor student needs through ongoing communication with staff.
  • School mental health providers and counselors will be available to students and families in need of extra support to deal with grief and closure arising from what was lost at the end of last school year. 

Family Financial Resources

Social Emotional Learning Resources

Mental Health Resource List