April 1, 2020
Per the Governor’s order and State Superintendent’s directive, we will begin Remote Learning Days April 6th, 2020. Check back for updates.
What is Remote Learning?
The goal of Remote Learning is to provide a platform for continued instruction in the case of emergency school closure. Teachers will utilize Google Classroom to post lessons and take student attendance. Course packets will be available for students without Internet access/electronic devices. The instructional materials will complement the activities that would occur on a regular school day.
What must a student do to earn attendance and academic credit on an e-Learning day?
On e-Learning days, students will log into each teacher’s Google Classroom prior to 1:30 pm and notify the teacher of their attendance. Teachers will be available via email from 8:30am to 1:30pm. Students will access their e-Learning assignments through Google Classroom, complete their work, and submit their assignments.
What happens if your student is unable to complete his or her work on an e-Learning day or doesn’t have access to wi-fi or an electronic device? What should you do?
E-Learning instructional packets will be disseminated to students Monday March 16, 2020. Additional, instructional packets can be picked up in each building during the closure.
If you have any questions please reference our e-Learning FAQ document for more detailed information. Additionally, regularly check the district website, sd206.org, for updates. We appreciate your flexibility and support as we continue to navigate the ever-changing public health situation.
During the school closure, we will continue to deep clean and disinfect our facilities. Additionally, please reference the meal document which lists the times and locations where meals will be available during school closure. Meals will not be provided during Spring Break, which will be changed to March 30th through April 3rd.