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IMPORTANT E-Learning Information
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Wednesday, January 25, 2017

SPHS E-Learning Days 2017

April 6 (for 9th, 11th, and 12th graders)  - 10th graders taking Aspire

April 19 (for 9th, 10th, and 12th graders) - 11th graders taking ACT

 

Students are to:

  • Students not testing...will receive elearning assignments from CORE teachers
  • Complete all assignments assigned during the eLearning days.

  • Digitally submit all assignments that can be digitally sent during the eLearning day.

  • If connectivity is an issue, work on the items that have been digitally placed on your device. Submit your assignments upon returning to school.

  • If you need help on any digital assignment, please contact your teachers. Teachers will have communicated with students the best option to contact them through email or other methods.

  • What if I do not have Internet access at home? While assignments may require Internet (not all will), there are several options for families without Internet access:

    • For some assignments the required files can be downloaded while at school in advance  

    • For some assignments, the student may be able to do the actual thinking/writing process while at home and then quickly upload it when they return to school. (For example, if the assignment is to write a response to a blog, the student could complete it in a word processor while at home.)

    • Parents may consider other options, like taking their child to a family member or friends who have access or to one of the many places with free public internet access.  

Note: students will not be penalized if they cannot get Internet service, but they will be responsible for either doing alternative assignments or completing the work requiring the Internet while at school.

 

Teachers are to:

  • Be available to assist students during the eLearning day.

  • Teachers must communicate with students the best ways to contact them during normal school hours.

  • Provide students with feedback as needed.

 

April 6, 2017

Grade 10 students report to school by 8:15am for the ASPIRE test. Students will have a lunch break between subtests, and will be dismissed to buses at the conclusion of the test.

9th grade- will not report to school this day

Core classroom teachers will create assignments and post via Google Classroom, Canvas, or other Learning Management System (LMS.) Each assignment should take no longer than approximately 30 minutes to complete. All assignments will be graded and entered in the teachers’ gradebooks as classwork assignments.

11th grade- will not report to school this day

Students will use this day to work on / complete their Method Test Prep ACT Preparation assignment, including Practice Exam #1 (Week 19):

Click here for ACT Test Prep Plan for SPHS 2016-2017

12th grade- will not report to school this day

Students will use the day preparing notes, resume, and tabulating scholarship offers in preparation to complete the Senior Survey during Jag period the following week.

 

April 19, 2017

Grade 11 students report to school by 8:15 am for the ACT. Students will be dismissed after the test. When the test concludes, students will have the opportunity to get a lunch to go. Buses will pick up the students at the school to take them home after the students have been dismissed from the testing rooms.

 

9th grade & 10th grade- will not report to school this day

Core classroom teachers will create assignments and post via Google Classroom, Canvas, or other Learning Management System (LMS.) Each assignment should take no longer than approximately 30 minutes to complete. All assignments will be graded and entered in the teachers’ gradebooks as classwork assignments.

12th grade- will not report to school this day

Students will be given the opportunity to submit any updates to the Senior Survey for end-of-year data collection.

 

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