Secondary Overview

Secondary RL

 

Remote Learning Expectations for High School and Middle School Students

1. Frequently check your CVSD student email and Schoology messages.

2. Log in to Schoology to complete your assignments and check for announcements. Lessons will be posted in your teachers’ individual Schoology courses. Teachers are available via email and/or Schoology Messenger during the school day.

3. The directory with contact information for teachers at each school is located below:

Cumberland Valley High School

Eagle View Middle School

Mountain View Middle School

4. Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, teachers will be available online by subject area for Instructional Support Hours during the times below. Each teacher will share the method they will use to communicate during these office hours in their individual Schoology course.

Daily Instructional Support Hours      Department
8-9 a.m. Math/Computer Science
9-10 a.m. Social Studies
10-11 a.m. English/ELA
11 a.m.-12 p.m. High School: Art, Business, FCS, Health/PE, Music, Tech Ed
Middle School: Cultural Arts
12-1 p.m. Reading, World Languages, ELD, JROTC
1-2 p.m. Science/Ag, School Counselors
 2-3 p.m. Special Education, Gifted

 

5. Instructional Delivery Timeline and Expectations

Dates: March 30 - April 3

District Actions: Teachers will continue to provide optional enrichment and review activities. They may choose to increase the frequency and challenge of the work to more closely align to future remote learning expectations.

Teachers of AP, IB, and College in High School Courses may begin assigning work and assessing students.​

Special Education and ELL staff will reach out to parents to begin to determine the best way to modify new curriculum to support each student.

Student/Parent Expectations: Students and parents should ensure that if they need support to access technology they complete all surveys, attend device distribution events, and/or reach out to their child’s teacher for assistance.​

Please contact your school’s principal for technology access concerns.


April 6 - April 9​
(Note: School not in session Friday, April 10)

District actions: Teachers will begin utilizing a new remote learning model and schedule for a 1-week orientation period. Assignments will be ungraded.​

Special education and ELL staff will provide support to identified students.​

Student/Parent Expectations: Students should attempt to complete all assignments.​

Parents should work to create a daily schedule that supports completion of weekly assignments.​


April 13 - ?​

District Actions: Teachers will fully transition to a new remote learning model and schedule. Assignments will be graded pass/incomplete for courses with required content.

Teachers of elementary specialist and middle school cultural arts courses will continue to provide optional enrichment and review activities (not new instruction).​

Special Education and ELL staff will continue to provide support for all identified

Student/Parent Expectations: Students should complete all required assignments and should attempt to complete optional enrichment and review activities if time and family resources permit. ​

Parents should reach out to teachers for support if they need it to complete activities for core courses.​

Important Notes:

  • All high school students will receive a maximum of three 30-minute lessons per week in each course.​ These lessons will be essential content required for students to complete the courses.
  • IB, AP, and College in High School courses may have more assigned work to comply with expectations set by these external partners.​
  • Middle school Cultural Arts rotations, PE, and music ensembles will continue to provide optional enrichment and review activities to students. ​
  • Course content will be available by 7:30 A.M. each Monday morning which will then be due by the following Sunday night at 11:59 p.m.

All 4th marking period grading will be either PASS/Incomplete.​

  • If a student is passing marking periods 1-3 and passes the 4th marking period, then the final grade is the cumulative average of marking periods 1-3.
  • If a student is failing marking periods 1-3 but passes the 4th marking period, they will receive credit for the course with a letter grade of P for Pass. The letter P will be the grade mark reflected on the report card and transcript.
  • If a student is passing marking periods 1-3 but does not pass the 4th marking period (i.e., earns an Incomplete), then the final grade is to be determined (TBD). Additional coursework and/or demonstration of competency of 4th marking period concepts may be required. 

6. Counselors will be available during the school day via email and office hours for support.

7. Nurses will be available during the school day via email and office hours for support.

8. If at any time you need support and do not know whom to ask, please reach out to your principal or assistant principal. Click below to access your school administration’s contact information.

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