• We are in the process of enhancing our spring remote learning 1.0 model. The attributes of the 2.0 model include effective and engaging instruction. We are embracing a “digital first” mindset and recognize how online learning formats can create new and different experiences enabled by breakout rooms, chat function, and collaborative workspaces. Asynchronous learning experiences can be more active too, than simply reading a paper or book chapter or watching a video. We are also thinking about ways to create peer communities. Students need to interact with the standards and materials and with their peer group as they build knowledge. Learning after all is a collaborative process. 

    Students thrive on routine. Without it, it may be too easy to see remote learning as an extended break with optional, occasional  assignments. Successful classrooms are consistent. As such, we have identified consistent learning management systems for use at the elementary and secondary levels. We have approved Google Classroom for elementary use and Canvas for middle and high schools. Instruction will be delivered using district approved curriculum and digital resources. More information about schedules, frequency of student teacher contact, and expectations will be available and communicated by your home school prior to school beginning in September.

Elementary Grades PreK-5

  • Remote Continuous Learning Philosophy

  • Remote Continuous Learning Model

  • Support for the Work

  • Teacher Expectations

Secondary Grades 6-12

  • Remote Continuous Learning Philosophy

  • Remote Continuous Learning Model

  • Teacher Expectations

Remote Learning FAQ

  • How will grading work?

  • What are the expectations around student attendance?

  • What if I don’t have access to technology/Internet?

  • What if I am not contacted by my child’s teacher?

  • What if I'm having trouble with a Chromebook?

  • How are Language Learners supported?

  • How are students with IEPs and 504 plans supported?

  • What if I have other questions about the Remote Continuous Learning Plan?