Student expectation should be included in the syllabus provided to students and parents in the first week of school. Expectations should include:
Attend online classes daily.
Login for morning meetings on time.
Check Google Classroom for communication and daily learning activities from teachers and staff.
Practice safe and appropriate digital citizenship.
Email teachers with any questions you might have.
Produce and submit high quality work to teachers
Be respectful to yourself, teacher, and peers
Check your grades in PowerSchool, know your progress, and keep up with your assignments
Be prepared to be successful when taking tests and other assessmentS
PARENT / GUARDIAN EXPECTATIONS
Teachers are encouraged to establish positive partnerships with families, especially during periods of remote learning. Teachers should communicate the following to parents during the first week of class:
Attendance will be taken daily for students.
Students will be given assignments/assessments with due dates and grades will be assigned.
Check their students Google Classroom for assignments every Monday.
Regularly check their student's assignment completion status and grades by logging into PowerSchool.
Designate a consistent space in the home for students to complete remote learning work.
Remind students how to communicate with their teachers
Allow students to work independently, don't feel the need to correct all of their errors. Allow the learning process to take place.
Encourage students to get enough sleep and maintain a regular school schedule.
Teachers should provide the following to parents within the first week of class:
Syllabus and grading guidelines
Expectations for attendance, attending virtual class meetings.
Expectations for asynchronous learning outside of the classroom.
Contact information including email address and office hours
Information on accessing Google Classroom and Google Meet for class work and meetings.
Teachers will regularly communicate with parents about student progress.
Teachers will respond to parent emails with 24-48 hours
Teachers will provide timely feedback to improve student learning