A/B Student Expectations

While we understand there may be specific, individual concerns regarding health, schedules, etc., we feel strongly that daily site attendance is the most beneficial to our students in maximizing their learning. For that reason, we will continue to recommend student attendance, as much as the State will allow us, to be the best course for students.

A/B students will be expected to attend on their designated day twice a week and every other Friday. On a school attendance day the student must be present at school or an absence will be reported. Not being present on site, on a required attendance day, and completing the assignment remotely will not count as attendance. You may review a schedule calendar here for information regarding holidays/etc.

 

Google Classroom will be utilized extensively as the hub for our students whether they are in attendance with us or on their designated virtual day. We don’t expect parents to teach. We just need you to partner with us ensuring your student is consistently logging in to their classrooms, progressing through lessons, and submitting their work. 

“A” Students will attend Monday + Wednesday, every other Friday (A starts Monday, August 10)

“B” Students will attend Tuesday + Thursday, every other Friday (B starts Friday, August 7)

The Friday schedule for the district may be found here.

Engaging with Assignments

 

AB Students:

On virtual days, A/B students are expected to log into their Google Classroom to access their lessons and complete any daily assignments. If students are unable to do so, they will have until the end of the following day (12:00-midnight) to complete the work unless a later specific due date is provided by the teacher or an absence is involved. If the assignment is not being accessed/completed due to an issue (technology or otherwise), it is the student’s responsibility to communicate the issue to the teacher. If they do NOT reach out and communicate with the teacher no extension will be granted, the student would be marked absent, and the student may not receive credit for the assignment. If daily assignments are not kept up nor made up under expectations, the student will be marked absent for the virtual day and may not receive credit for the overdue work. Allowing additional make up time for illness, court, etc. will still be utilized as normal.

On a school attendance day the student must be present at school or an absence will be reported. Not being present on site, on a required attendance day, and completing the assignment remotely will not count as attendance.

 

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