As Lovejoy ISD begins its journey into @home learning, our goal is to provide learning activities to help keep our students actively engaged with academic content and community connections for all students in LISD.

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Does your student need an LISD Device to use for @Home Learning?
If so, please complete this
form by Sunday, March 29th at 5 pm.

Learning at a Glance

March 23rd - 27th - Teachers will release learning activities through SeeSaw (PK-3) and Google Classroom (4-12) by 9 am each Monday. In addition, teachers will begin connecting with students in low-tech ways while we work to ensure all students have appropriate access to technology devices.

March 30th - April 3rd - Students will receive one-pagers through SeeSaw (PK-3) and Google Classroom (4-12) with content area assignments by 9 am each Monday as well as posted to the Leaping into @Home Learning site. *Parents will have the ability to sign up to receive parent digest alerts in SeeSaw and Google Classroom that will contain information posted within the programs.

What will @Home Learning Look Like?

Lovejoy ISD is committed to providing on-going and purposeful student learning activities that strike a balance between on-line and off-line learning activities while the district is closed for in-person learning.

@Home Learning Expectations -

Teachers -

  • Collaborate with colleagues to engage in professional learning and designing learning experiences for students to support instruction with flexibility and consideration of student schedules.

  • Ensure a conducive environment for online instruction and video.

  • Post Assignments by SeeSaw (PK-3) and Google Classroom (4-12) by 9 am each Monday.

  • Total time for learning should not exceed 30* minutes per content area weekly.

*In light of AP tests not being canceled, AP class teachers will also be providing non-graded, optional enrichment opportunities that students can complete to assist with AP exam preparation.

*Dual credit classes are governed by Collin College and will not apply to the 30 minute guideline.

  • Provide students your "virtual" office hours / set availability each week for conferences or check-ins.

  • Communicate and provide timely feedback to students and parents.

  • Support individual needs of all students.

  • Ensure a healthy balance of online and offline activities.

  • Each Student's Case Manager will be reaching out to help support their student's special education programming.

  • PST / 504 / Sped Accommodations will continue to be implemented where applicable in the remote learning environment.

Students -

  • Dedicate time to engage in learning each day.

  • Check appropriate online platforms for information and resources daily.

    • Teachers will post assignments in SeeSaw (PK-3) and Google Classroom (4-12) by 9am each Monday.

  • Participate in activities with the teacher as recommended; ask questions via email, virtual conferencing, etc.

  • Locate a comfortable / quiet space to study and learn at home.

  • Submit all assignments in accordance with provided timelines and/or due dates.

  • Keep healthy habits and balance online and offline activities .

  • Each Student's Case Manager will be reaching out to help support their student's special education programming.

  • PST / 504 / Sped Accommodations will continue to be implemented where applicable in the remote learning environment.

  • If you need additional assistance, please feel free to reach out to your counselor.

Parents -

  • Help provide environment conducive for learning (access to technology, safe and quiet space during daytime).

  • Engaging in conversations on posted materials, assignments.

  • Monitoring time spent on engaging in online and offline activities.

  • Support a healthy life balance by providing time for reflection, physical activity, conversation and play.

  • Monitor email and online platforms for communication from campus and district.

    • Assignments will be posted to SeeSaw (PK-3) and Google Classroom (4-12) for students by 9 am each Monday.

  • Each Student's Case Manager will be reaching out to help support their student's special education programming.

  • PST / 504 / Sped Accommodations will continue to be implemented where applicable in the remote learning environment.

  • If you or your student need additional assistance, please feel free to reach out to your counselor.


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