• Rules and Expectations






    Virtual Meetings



    School Issued Technology



    Student Engagement


    Respectful Learner (Personal Development)


    • Dress as you would for an in- person school day




    • Only bring required materials (pencil, paper, assignments, etc.)

    • Choose a quiet work space and sit upright.




    • Use emojis appropriately (hand raising, thumbs up/down)




    • Use emojis appropriately (hand raising, thumbs up/down)



    Responsible Learner (Work Ethic)


    • Login on time and stay for the duration of the lesson

    • Attend all virtual meetings




    • Have completed work assignments with you when you log into your class.




    • Keep Chromebook in the case provided when not in use.

    • Only use school technology for learning purposes.

    • Return school issued technology the next in-person school day.




    • Thoroughly complete assignments as independently as you are able to. 



    Engaged Learner (Critical Thinking)


    • Remain in meeting with video on, unless directed otherwise




    • Use the chat tool only when directed by a teacher





    • Be prepared to be an active participant in the lesson. 



    Effective Learner (Communication)



    • Microphones off unless directed otherwise





    • Parent Tips During Virtual Learning:


      • Support your child in choosing one designated, quiet workspace with a work surface, chair, and adequate lighting (ex. desk, kitchen table). Clear that space of distracting materials.  Keep all learning materials and technology at that designated area.
      • To avoid distractions, please ask siblings or others to refrain from joining virtual lessons (pets included!).
      • Make it part of your child’s daily routine to ensure that your s/he is prepared and organized the next day.
      • Give your child space to engage in learning with his or her classroom. While it may feel natural to be in close physical proximity to your child, it is important that your child is given room to learn with peers and teachers. 
      • We ask that parents allow children to do their own work.  We expect their completed assignments to reflect what  they are able to do independently. There is value in allowing children to work through struggles and make mistakes.  In this way, we as teachers know how to steer our instruction and to support them best.
      • Please contact us with any questions or concerns that arise during virtual learning.  Students will be given opportunities to ask questions while in our classes, and parents may contact teachers during posted office hours.  Parents are also encouraged to email teachers.