School Day Experience
University School of Milwaukee is excited to have all 1,132 of our students back for in-person learning for the 2021–22 school year. In addition, we are excited about the return of school day experiences that again feel normal and comfortable, including the dining experience, the return of field trips, retreats, and other rites of passage for students, and the return of parents and families to the building. While some things may have slight modifications made to them, USM is planning to hold all scheduled events, with invited guests, this school year.
- How will classes work for the 2021–22 school year?
- Is there a distance learning option for students for the 2021–22 school year?
- What if a student, teacher, or staff member needs to isolate or quarantine for COVID-19 during the 2021–22 school year?
- In what situations might USM use distance learning during the 2021–22 school year?
- How will physical distancing work in classrooms and shared learning spaces?
- How are fine arts classes and performances impacted?
- How are physical education classes impacted?
- How are shared educational spaces on campus used?
- Are students able to take field trips, go on retreats, and participate in other experiential learning opportunities?