1. Tegy, a strategic scheduling organization, released a national resource on two time strategies that may provide concrete solutions to some common home-based learning challenges. First, a “Common Time” approach can be implemented at the start or end of the day, helping educators have joint planning time; second, a “Lunch-at-Once” approach standardizes lunch breaks for schools, aiding families with multiple children to have consistency in their schedules. 
  2. In this “Recovery to Reinvention” Plan by Transcend, there are general guidelines for envisioning virtual high school and sample schedules beginning on page 45.
  3.  This spreadsheet shows an example schedule for a medium-sized elementary school.