A: Yes, there is a daily agenda that will be updated before 8:05 each morning. However, some assignments may not be available until the “live” class session.The agenda can be found on the website as well as on the student’s Google Classroom page.
Q: Where can my student and I find the daily agenda on the website?
A: The daily agenda can be found on the right hand side of the home page as well as the bottom of the home page.
Q: What do I need to know about Google Classroom?
A: Google Classroom is the online classroom where lessons, assignments, etc. are communicated. Please watch the video above for more information.
Q: How long should my child be working remotely on school work each day?
A: Each student learns at a different pace, however, the State does require schools to provide the same number of instructional hours for remote learning as are provided in the classroom.
Q: My student is overwhelmed with too many Google Meets. Will there always be this many?
A: Many of our teachers used Google Meets the first week of school as a community building time. As we move forward, you can expect more recorded lessons of direct instruction and recorded directions/instructions.
Q: I am feeling overwhelmed, what can I do to help my student(s) be successful online?
A: Teachers are working on recording lesson videos that will include direct instruction for students. We know that this is an unprecedented time and each of us is dealing with unique challenges. We need to be flexible, resilient, positive, creative, and safe. Please communicate with your child’s teacher(s) and refer to the remote/hybrid parent/student handbook for tools, information, and resources.
Q: Help! We have not taken Spanish before and our student does not know how to complete their class assignments. We are overwhelmed! What should we do?
A: Please communicate with the Spanish teacher regarding any language difficulties in the class. We realize this is new to many of our students.
Q: Where can I find teacher contact information if I have a question regarding my student?