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Distance Learning Information

Locker Clearing and Returning Items

As we wrap up the year, we would like to provide students with the opportunity to clear out their Hall and PE Lockers. We are limiting the number of students who will be on campus at any one time. Students should only come to campus during their selected time slot. They should come to campus with their materials: textbooks and other class materials that need to be returned to campus, as well as athletic equipment, cameras, and musical instruments/choir robes (if applicable).
 
 
 
 
 
Mr. Jorgensen is here to help us all get a more comfortable idea of how to move forward with the new grading policy for this semester

Distance Learning Student Schedule

The schedules below are only samples and will change based on your workload, time commitments at home, and teacher requests.

  1. Students will receive 20-30 minutes of independent work every day from every teacher. 6 periods x 30 minutes = 180 minutes (3 hours) of work EVERY DAY. The lessons are aligned with state standards.
  2. In addition, there are two required class meetings for each class per week.
  3. Teachers will be available through e-mail from 9am-12pm.
Class Meetings
Every teacher will do it differently, maybe not at all.  Teachers will take attendance.
Expect the following:
  • Assessments (quizzes/discussions/tests)
  • Video check-ins/Question and Answer time (Zoom, Google Meet, etc.)
  • Direct instruction (Teacher provides notes/lectures, etc.)
  • Collaboration with classmates (Group chats, Video breakout groups, etc.)
Wednesdays – Dedicated planning time for teachers. However,
  • You still need to complete independent work
  • Teachers may need to hold a class meeting

 

Sample Student Schedule #1

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:00am-11:00am

Independent class work time/E-mail teachers

Independent class work time/E-mail teachers

Independent class work time/E-mail teachers

Independent class work time/E-mail teachers

Independent class work time/E-mail teachers

12:00-12:45

Class meeting 1st Period

Class meeting 2nd Period

No class meetings – Teacher planning time

Class meeting 1st Period

Class meeting 2nd Period

1:00-1:45

Class meeting 3rd Period

Class meeting 4th Period

Class meeting 3rd Period

Class meeting 4th Period

2:00-2:45

Class meeting 5th period

Class meeting 6th Period

Class meeting 5th period

Class meeting 6th Period

 
Benefits of Student Schedule #1
  • It looks just like a normal school day.
  • Get work done BEFORE class meetings – allows you to ask questions during meetings.
  • Teachers are available through e-mail for questions and concerns.

 

Sample Student Schedule #2

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

12:00-12:45

Class meeting 1st Period

Class meeting 2nd Period

No class meetings – Teacher planning time

Class meeting 1st Period

Class meeting 2nd Period

1:00-1:45

Class meeting 3rd Period

Class meeting 4th Period

Class meeting 3rd Period

Class meeting 4th Period

2:00-2:45

Class meeting 5th period

Class meeting 6th Period

Class meeting 5th period

Class meeting 6th Period

3:00pm-6:00pm

Independent class work time

Independent class work time

Independent class work time

Independent class work time

Independent class work time

 

Benefits of Schedule #2

  • How many of you are up before 12:00?
  • Might be able to get clarity on assignments from class meetings.
  • Wake up by 3:00 on Wednesdays!
 
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Need a Chromebook?
PLEASE NOTE: At this point, we have no more devices that are immediately available. You can still fill out this form to express interest and we will work to accommodate your need as soon as we are able. Thank you for your understanding.
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The District Technology Integration Team (TIS) has established CommunityTechSupport@SLZUSD.org to support Distance Learning.  The email is monitored daily by TIS staff to assist families with student technology support needs.
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