The District administration and teachers have been working collaboratively to provide an alternative learning experience for our students. While nothing can replace direct, face-to-face instruction to students in classrooms, we must continue to provide learning opportunities as the result of extended school closures.
We understand that this will be a new learning experience for students, parents, teachers, and administrators. The District is in the process of implementing a new digital learning platform, Microsoft 365 which is new to many of us. Students, parents, teachers, and administrators will be learning how to use, teach, and learn with Microsoft 365 together.
We expect that all of our students, with support from their parents, will do their best to access and complete work assignments digitally. We encourage parents to support their children and reach out to us as necessary, so that they do not become overly stressed or concerned about completing these work assignments. This is new to all of us and we just want our students to put forth their best effort during this new learning experience.
This page will provide you with some resources to help navigate the digital learning experience. As always, please contact your teacher or principal as questions arise.
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