eLearning: Basic Steps

Basic Steps to Follow on an eLearning Day

If possible, prior to the anticipated eLearning day, teachers will direct students to download assignments and supporting materials at school to their device.

Students will find assignments in their regular learning platforms: SeeSaw, Google Classroom, or Canvas. Students can find links to these platforms and most other tools in Clever

All students will initially be counted as present on the eLearning Day. However, if the assigned work is not completed and submitted within the 3-day grace period, the student must be coded as absent on the day school was cancelled. Since their assignments are just like any others, failure to do their work will be graded in accordance with the teacher's grading policy.

If a student needs help with his or her eLearning Day assignments, teachers will be available during their office hours through the learning platform, email or school voicemail (when listed) which will be posted on their class website.

If available, students may download and submit assignments on a different Internet-connected device (home computer, mobile phone).

If you have questions about assignments prior to or on eLearning day, contact your child’s teacher or principal.

What if a student does not have access to the Internet?

We are aware that not all students have Internet access at home. When we anticipate having an eLearning Day, students will be given ample time at school to download all assignments and supporting materials.

Because power and Internet outages are possible during school cancellations, all students are encouraged to download all materials prior to the anticipated eLearning Day. However, if students are not able to access the eLearning assignments for that day, they will have a grace period of three school days to makeup the assignment.  
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