• 2020 - 2021 Remote Learning Guide

    The 2020-2021 school year will be starting remotely for the first quarter. At mid-term, the district will re-evaluate and determine if students will be able to return to school for in person learning.

    This guide is designed to provide you with information and resources that will help navigate the remote learning experience at home. We hope that you will find this guide useful and have included very important information that will be helpful during this challenging time. We want to make sure that you have the necessary tools needed to provide the best possible remote learning experience for your child(ren).

    Remote learning will look slightly different from the spring. There have been specific changes made in regards to grading, teaching and learning and attendance. Students will now be graded on the assignments that they complete while learning remotely which will result in students receiving progress reports and report cards. Teachers will be teaching grade level standards and will not just be focusing on mitigating learning loss. Also, attendance will be taken everyday class is in session. Please see the specific sections in this document for more information pertaining to grading, content and attendance.

    We are on a unique journey, so please be ready to keep adjusting in the weeks ahead. We appreciate your patience, support, and grace as we move forward together.


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