REMOTE LEARNING EXPECTATIONS AND GUIDELINES FOR
THE DISTRICT, TEACHERS, PARENTS, AND STUDENTS
We want to emphasize to all parents that we understand the challenges you face as we deal with these unprecedented times. Your child’s education is a shared responsibility and you are being asked to play a greater role than ever before. Our goal is 100% student participation. We are here to lead, guide, and support learning efforts at home. You are encouraged to reach out to the teachers with any questions and or concerns you may have. Discussions will continue to be conducted to ensure that we are implementing practices that are in the best interest of supporting high quality, engaged learning for all students.
Please contact Ms. Mohn at firstname.lastname@example.org if your student does not have access to a device such as a Chromebook or a tablet to complete online learning activities. Devices are available to support student learning at home during the Remote Learning days. If a child is experiencing problems with a Chromebook or other digital learning resources, contact email@example.com for assistance.
ROLES and RESPONSIBILITIES
- Inform students, parents regarding updates during the Remote Learning period.
- Communicate clear and consistent expectations for all teachers, parents, and students.
- Provide the necessary supports and resources to ensure high-quality learning continues through the Remote Learning period.
- Communication from school will primarily occur through the district website: sd132.org Updates to the website will be posted regularly.
- Develop remote lessons and learning activities that are age/grade appropriate.
- Be accessible to communicate and interact with students and parents during the scheduled workday (8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.).
- Teachers are encouraged to check in with students and or parents regularly through email, Zoom, Google Classroom, or other authorized modes of communication to ensure student participation and engagement.
- When not engaged in live/real-time learning activities with students, teachers will be regularly checking for communications from students, parents, staff, and administration throughout the workday.
- Provide timely feedback on student work.
- If teachers are unable to make contact with students or their parents by the end of each day, they will notify the school administrative team, who will pursue contact with the families.
- Engage in lessons daily and learning activities assigned by the teacher.
- Participate in real-time lessons.
- Complete assigned work/learning activities to the best of their ability and by the due dates indicated.
- Read at least 20 minutes every day.
- Review the Remote Learning Plan found on our district website at sd132.org
- Establish a daily routine and provide an appropriate space to support student learning
- Review assigned work, discuss expectations with your child and communicate with teachers
- Set limits on technology use for games, social media, etc.
- Emphasize the importance of learning and education
- Expect your child to read at least 20 minutes every day
- Make certain that students get an appropriate amount of sleep each night
- Health, wellness, and social-emotional needs must be a priority for all children during this time.