Please browse the various pages of this website to access tutorials, links, log in info, expectations, FAQs, and contact info throughout the duration of our home instruction.
INSTRUCTIONAL GUIDELINES DURING HOME INSTRUCTION PREK - 12
Generally, the format for your child’s home instruction will depend on their grade level and/or program. Regardless of format, our teachers will be available and engaging with students in learning during the course of the school day.
GRADES PREK-2 /AUTISM PROGRAM
Classroom teachers are the primary point of contact. All classroom teachers on this level have developed an established system of communication with their parents. Instructional services, at this level, will be delivered through a combination of paper packets (i.e., To Go Packets) and online programs, resources and materials. Specific instructions will be provided to parents by the classroom teacher.
Classroom teachers will be the primary point of contact. At this level, Google Classroom will be the home platform for students to access work, assignments, and interact with classmates and their teacher. Students know how to access their Classroom. Parents can request access information from their child’s classroom teacher. SPECIAL AREAS (K-5) All special area teachers, (Physical Education, Art, Music, Media, Technology, Spanish) will provide work/assignments to the respective classroom teachers. These assignments/activities will be shared with students/parents by the classroom teacher.
MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL
Google Classroom will be the home platform for every class. Students will access work, complete assignments, and interact with classmates and their teacher. Students are aware of how to access their Classroom. Students should share their access information with parents.
CLASSROOM/INSTRUCTIONAL EXPECTATIONS DURING HOME INSTRUCTION
During the initial period of home instruction, our teaching staff is mindful that this is an unfamiliar format of teaching and learning for all. Classroom teachers are also aware that some students may face challenges of access (device, internet, sharing of devices in the home) and/or health (illness). Classroom teachers will be carefully monitoring student activity to ensure students are completing work and engaging in learning. During this home instruction period, all other district staff will be working. While they may be working remotely, principals, supervisors, and specialists, will be available both to support the classroom teachers and students as well as support and assist parents. E mail will be the most efficient way to contact a district employee.