Comprehensive Distance Learning: High School

D-CDL Secondary Schedule

Highlights of our District CDL Schedule

  • Through an advisory model, every teacher will have a group of students they check in with, support and monitor
  • PE/Health will be accessed through BLPO (FuelEd/Peak)
  • Teachers will be able to support learning within each class period
  • Students can receive additional support by accessing their teachers during scheduled office hours on Wednesdays
  • Built in 'open' blocks within the students schedule will support those receiving services (SpEd, ELL, TAG)
  • Synchronous (in-person) instruction will occur within each class period (WebEx)

Feb. 4, 2021 Update

Dear Families,

Welcome to Bend-La Pine Schools’ Comprehensive Distance Learning option for high school. We are excited to serve our high school students and provide this option that allows students a chance to stay connected with district teachers and students, while learning remotely.

Learn more about our program: High School District CDL Website

At the heart of our District CDL program, are Bend-La Pine Schools teachers, who will be teaching students core content via live WebEx instruction and assigned work through Canvas. Elective courses will be offered through Bend-La Pine Schools Online using the FuelEd/Peak platforms.

Wendy McCulloch, secondary principal for the District CDL program, is creating the high school schedule. She is coordinating with high school counselors to examine the schedules for all students enrolled in the District CDL program.As a team, they are determining needs to create individualized course schedules. We will then build each student’s daily schedules.Once this is complete, individual teachers will reach out to families with schedules and course details. We expect you to hear from teachers by the end of the day Tuesday, Feb. 9, if not sooner. We expect instruction to begin by Thursday Feb 11.

We know that many of you may have additional questions and we hope to connect with you in the coming days and weeks as we partner to create a meaningful learning experience for your student.

All the best,

Juan Cuadros, Executive Director of Teaching and Learning

District CDL Timeline

Grades 9-12 District CDL Students

  • Week of January 25 - Students will continue with school based CDL activities provided from current teachers. Students will not need to attend orientation week at their home school.
  • Week of February 1 - Students will continue with school based CDL activities provided from current teachers. District CDL teachers will reach out to families to connect and begin building relationships.
  • Week of February 8 - District CDL begins

All High School scheduling is not yet determined. Please check back for updated information.

Schedules & Format

  • Students experience the same amount of instructional time over the course of the semester. The main difference is students will have fewer classes for each six week period.
  • Consistent weekly schedule.
  • The schedule format will be consistent throughout the year, even if we are able to transition to some in-person instruction.
  • iPads will come equipped with Canvas, the learning platform for 6-12 grade students. Students will also use WebEx for live instruction with teachers and social interaction with peers.

Student Learning Day

  • Students will be engaged in teacher-facilitated learning Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 9 a.m. to 2:50 p.m.

Live Instruction

  • Students have live WebEx meetings every day (Monday/Thursday morning, Tuesday/Friday afternoon) additional meeting times will be scheduled by teachers as needed. These are fixed schedule, live, teacher-directed and interaction focused sessions where students are "in class".
  • Students will typically be "live on WebEx" for 30-45 minutes of each class period.
  • If a student is unable to access the live lesson, content will be available by the end of the teacher workday through Canvas, our learning management system.

Additional Instruction

  • Asynchronous or additional learning will be available two to three hours per day. This is a flexible schedule, student-directed time. Students will complete readings, assignments, projects, discussion boards and may also be working on group projects etc.
  • Teachers will be available to support learning during each class period.


  • Wednesdays will focus on extensions, enrichment, interventions and social emotional supports. Some students will have live, synchronous instruction, others will work on asynchronous work to complete. Academic enrichment and supports will occur during the above schedule.
  • Some classes, including but not limited to performing arts and International Baccalaureate offerings, may choose to host short study or practice sessions on Wednesdays.
  • Teachers will communicate with families if students need to attend a live session on Wednesdays. Period 1: 9 to 9:40 a.m.; Period 3: 9:40 to 10:20 a.m.; Period 4: 10:20 to 11 a.m.; Period 6: 11 to 11:40 a.m.; Period 7A: 11:40 a.m. to 12:20 p.m.

Classes & Electives

  • PE opportunities from school-based teachers on online.
  • All electives will be offered through Bend-La Pine Online.

Grading, attendance and assignments

  • Students will have required work in all courses daily.
  • Attendance will be taken based on virtual participation.
  • Grades and credit will be given.
  • Grades will be updated every two weeks. The end of the grading period is 10/23. Please check ParentVue for your child’s grades.
  • Progress grades will be assigned every six weeks with a final grade at the semester.

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School Meals

Bend-La Pine Schools will continue to provide access to meals. Please read the details on the School Meals webpage.

The State of Oregon has expanded access to free-and reduced-lunches, so be sure to check online if your family qualifies.