Remote learning during school building closures

Following the passage of Resolution 2b CA during the Feb. 3, 2022, Special Board Meeting, a remote learning plan has been adopted for the remainder of the 2021-2022 school year. 

Any further snow days or other such weather/calamity events that keep us out of the building will be converted to remote learning days. Students are required to complete virtual assignments within 7 days of the impacted date to be counted as present. 

See further detail in the adopted plan below.

Guidelines for Remote Learning Make-Up Days: 

  • Teachers are available to virtually interact with students from 8:00 a. m. to 2:30 p.m. During this time, students and parents/guardians may email teachers. Some teachers may also communicate with their students through different means of communication. Your child is responsible for accessing and completing assignments. Please talk with your child to make sure they understand how to access materials.

  • The amount of work assigned will be age-level appropriate.

    • Primary students (K-2) should not spend more than 90 minutes completing remote learning for one day of remote learning;

    • Grades 3-5 not more than two hours, 

    • Grades 6-8 not more than three hours, 

    • And high school not more than 4 hours. 

These times may vary by student depending on the student’s skill level and attentiveness. It is possible students will finish in much less time.

  • For the most part, no new learning is assigned, but assignments will build upon previous instruction and learning. However, more advanced courses including College Credit Plus and/or where there is a recorded video of the teacher instructing an entire lesson may introduce new material.

  • Remote learning assignments can be taken for a grade.

  • Completion of remote learning assignments will be taken for attendance credit. If a student does not complete the remote learning assignments for a given day, the attendance for that day will be marked absent for the course and/or the whole day depending on the grade level.

  • Google Classroom will be the virtual platform utilized and all materials and links are provided within Google Classroom as age-appropriate. Teachers have demonstrated to their students in advance where remote learning assignments can be accessed.

  • Students who do not have consistent access to the internet may request hard copies of materials if necessary.

  • Assignments are due 7 calendar days from the day of the school closing or when materials were made available to students.

  • Teachers will remind families and students of pending due dates for these remote learning assignments.

  • If you have any questions, please contact your child's teacher(s).

Thank you for helping make remote learning a success.