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High school STUDENTS

What Does Remote Learning Look Like?

A student's Remote Learning day consists of three things:

One

Teacher-Led Learning

Teacher-Led Learning is structured, grade-level learning directed and supported by a teacher. While teachers may schedule real-time, face-to-face virtual meetings, the majority of Teacher-Led Learning will take place NOT on a daily scheduled time (asynchronous). Teachers will communicate through recorded videos, emails, phones calls, and through digital platforms like SeeSaw and Canvas.

Maximum Daily Minutes

30 minutes per teacher (3 hours in a day)
High School Schedule Example
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Two

Learning and Supplemental Activities

Learning and Supplemental Activities may be connected to Teacher-Led Learning and is led by the student or family.

Recommended Daily Hours

1-2 Hours

 

Suggested Activities (Limit Screen Time)

  • Independent reading
  • Independent research
  • Research careers and college opportunities
  • Practice for SAT/ACT
  • Board games, puzzles, dice, cards
  • Journaling, writing
  • Sewing, knitting, crafts
  • Meal planning and cooking
  • Reading to siblings
  • Drawing, art, making music
  • Creating videos
  • Listening to audiobooks, podcasts
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Nutrition and Wellness

Nutrition and Wellness are included into the day as it works best for family schedule and student needs. Breakfast and lunch provided by the District for anyone who elects to participate.

Recommended Daily Hours

1-2 Hours

Meal Time

  • Schedule routine meal time
  • Hand washing
  • Help with planning, preparing, and cleaning up
  • Connect and talk during meals

Physical Wellness Activities

  • Walking
  • Jogging
  • Riding bikes, skateboards
  • Mindfulness, yoga, stretching
  • Individual sports
  • Watching and participating with video workout

Download the PDF version of the Elementary, Middle & High School Daily Activity Guides