eLearning

eLearning Assignments

Teachers will inform students of their lessons, activities and assignments through each teacher’s Google Classroom home page by 9:00 a.m. If a delay day becomes a cancellation day, the deadline extends to 11:00 a.m.

eLearning Day Assignment Completion Expectations

  • While it is preferred for students to complete assignments on the day of the cancellation, a five-day eLearning window provides students adequate time to complete and submit the assignments.
  • Day #1 of the eLearning window is the first day of the cancellation.
  • The final deadline for submitting completed assignments is the start of class on the fifth and final school day of the eLearning window.
  • Teachers will grant an extension for students to complete work when school is canceled for two or more consecutive days.
  • IMPORTANT: The eLearning window is five school days. Weekends, holidays, and scheduled breaks from school are excluded from the eLearning window. 

Student Work Expectations for eLearning

  • Student “work load” is determined by grade level, the lesson plan sequence, and the amount of time needed to complete the learning experiences.
  • Grades K-2: Students should expect to have an eLearning assignment for
    • 15-20 minutes of independent reading
      • from a book of their choice 
      • or reading assigned by the teacher
    • Language Arts (via MobyMax)
    • Math (via MobyMax)
    • Religion  
  • Grades 3-5: Students should expect to have an eLearning assignment for
    • 20-30 minutes of independent reading
      • from a book of their choice
      • or reading assigned by the teacher
    • Math (via Prodigy)
    • Science or Social Studies (via MobyMax)
    • Religion

Times may vary by teacher