A day in the life during remote learning
- All teachers will use their PowerSchool Learning (PSL) pages to communicate with students. This is an app/website everyone in the community is already using.
- Teachers will post their lesson/content on PSL by 9 a.m., and will include any links to resources, notes, slide decks, and handouts.
- Longer term assignments may be given with clear communication about deadlines.
- Flexibility and communication will be key in making this work. We recognize that a myriad of issues may prevent a student from completing daily work in a timely manner. Students need to clearly communicate with faculty.
- Asynchronous learning (learning that does not involve real time video) is the most effective way to run remote learning days. There will be no “class as usual” in an online setting.
- Teachers may offer online tutorial sessions within “school hours” — 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. — whether in the form of online chats or video conferences, with individual students based on mutual availability. Tutorials should take place in a public area of the home and should only happen through school-approved tools. Google Hangouts will be the only school-approved platform.
- Parents should email or call attendance offices on a daily basis as usual if your child will not be able to participate due to illness or extenuating circumstances.
- Primary School: 918-879-4725, email@example.com
- Middle School: 918-879-4711, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Upper School: 918-879-4735, email@example.com
School events: All scheduled meetings and events on campus will be canceled or postponed during remote learning days.
Extra-curricular events: Student-led extracurricular activities, such as athletics, are canceled through April 6, and more information will be sent out as events unfold.
Support: Please know that we want to support you and your family in any way we can during these weeks of remote learning and anytime you need us.