Remote Learning Day Plan


HSCUD #5 Remote Learning Day Plan


1. Teachers will provide daily instruction/work. When applicable, daily activities will reflect the Illinois learning standards.

2. Instruction/work can be provided online or via hardcopy paper packets. If doing online instruction/work, hard copy paper packets would need to be available to students who do not have internet access.

3. Instructional materials and lessons will need to be coordinated across grade-levels and subjects to ensure that workload is reasonable. Duration of independent student on task engagement will vary based on grade level as per ISBE Remote Learning Recommendations.

4. The District will plan to distribute hard copy paper packets via pick-up. The District will continuously assess and work to support online connectivity for students and staff, as needed.

5. If using paper packets, we ask that the students/parents connect with the classroom teacher daily to confirm attendance and participation each day, beginning at 9:00 a.m. and no later than 1:00 p.m. You can confirm attendance by sending your teacher an email. Junior High students should send their homeroom teacher an email to confirm attendance. Your teacher may provide you with additional information on check-in.

6. If using online platforms (e.g. Google classroom), students should check their Google classroom by 9:00 a.m. Your teacher may provide you with additional information related to check-in. Teachers using an online format will have his/her initial post to students by 9:00 a.m.

7. Teachers will monitor student participation through classroom discussion, interacting with teachers, project completion, and/or hardcopy paper packet submission.

8. Teachers will be available from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. on remote learning days to post work, provide instructions, and/or answer student questions. Your teacher(s) will provide you with information on ways to connect with him/her.

9. The administration will be available on remote learning days and can be reached by contacting the school office or by email.

10.  HSGS/JH Grading:  During this period of remote instruction, students’ grades will not decrease and students will receive a Pass or Incomplete. A Pass/Incomplete will be based on the student attendance, participation, and work completion. Students will have the opportunity to redo, make-up, or to try again to complete, show progress. Students who were failing a class at the conclusion of the 3rd quarter should contact Dr. Nelson.

A student who is not able to be engaged, or who chooses to disengage, in remote learning will receive an incomplete. If a student receives an incomplete, the content from remote learning may need to be made up when we transition back to regular in-person instruction.

11.  HSHS Grading: During this period of remote instruction, students’ grades will not decrease, however students will receive a grade for their assigned coursework and have the opportunity to improve their grade and academic standing (GPA, class rank). Students will have the opportunity to redo, make-up, or to try again to complete, or show progress. Students who were failing a class at the conclusion of the 3rd quarter should contact Dr. Hill.

A student who is not able to be engaged, or who chooses to disengage, in remote learning will receive an incomplete. If a student receives an incomplete, the content from remote learning may need to be made up when we transition back to regular in-person instruction.

 

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