Updated 11.30.20

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  • Remote learning will include the following:

    • Monitoring and supporting student attendance, participation, and engagement with remote learning teachers, including attending daily instruction and  assignment(s) submission
    • Ensuring students are complying with district policies and regulations, including the Student Handbook, Code of Conduct, and any applicable attendance and grading policies and regulations
    • Notifying schools of health or medical conditions affecting student attendance
    • Maintaining and engaging in communication with teachers providing virtual instruction
    • Communicating issues with a district-provided student learning device to school officials
    • Assuring student learning takes place in compliance with the district’s Academic Honesty provision
    • Completing the Registration Selection Form

  • Families can expect:

    • A district-provided student learning device for each enrolled child
    • Daily instruction provided by teachers to include guided practice, independent learning activities, assessments, and support services
    • Grades reflecting students’ understanding of standards and the completion and submission of assignments
    • Grade monitoring and reporting through the Infinite Campus Parent Portal
    • Implementation of applicable instructional support (e.g., IEP, 504 plan, ESOL plan, academic interventions, etc.)

  • The Remote Learning schedule will be available upon the start of the school year. In general, the hours of Remote Learning will fall within the regular school day hours with appropriate modification for screen time and best practices of Remote Learning.


    Students enrolled in their zoned Henry County School are eligible to participate in their schools extracurricular activities including athletics.

  • What will Remote Learning look Like for my elementary student?  (Grades K-5)

    For remote learning, unless listed as time for independent work, remediation, or enrichment students will participate in live instruction via Google Classroom. Additionally, remediation and enrichment may also be required live. This instruction will fall within the regular school day hours with appropriate modification for screen time and best practices of remote learning.  Your child will receive approximately 3-4 hours of face-to-face instruction per day as well as any other services or support needed.

    For families of students with disabilities, IEP teams will meet to discuss IEP services and develop an Individual Remote Learning Plan that will outline the supports and services that the student will receive. The Remote Learning Plan is not meant to replace the student’s IEP. The district’s full offer of FAPE is outlined in the student’s Individual Education Plan. The Remote Learning Plan will also outline the rate of services and how student progress will be monitored.

    Below is a sample schedule of what remote learning could look like for your child. Some components of the schedule may be added or removed, based on need.


    Day 1:  3 hours of Core Content (ELA/SS), 1 hour of independent work, and 45 minutes of Beyond the Core (PE)
    GIFTED/EIP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals    


    Day 2:   3 hours of Core Content (Math/Sci.) and 45 minutes of Beyond the Core content (Music or Art)
    GIFTED/EIP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    Day 3:   3 hours of Core Content (ELA/SS), 1 hour of independent work, and 45 minutes of Beyond the Core (PE)
    GIFTED/EIP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    Day 4:   3 hours of Core Content, (Math/Sci.) and 45 minutes of Beyond the Core content (Music or Art)
    GIFTED/EIP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    Day 5:   Scheduled one-on-one, small groups remediation, enrichment and/or assessment activities.
    GIFTED/EIP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals

     

    In addition to the instructional sessions, the instructional day may include small groups, one-on-one tutoring, and student/teacher conferences as needed. 

    For information on the K-5 Evening Remote Learning Option, please click here.

  • What will Remote Learning look like for my middle school student? (Grades 6-8)

    Unless listed as time for independent, remediation, or enrichment students will participate in live instruction via Google Classroom. Additionally, as needed remediation and enrichment may also be live. This instruction will fall within the regular school day hours with appropriate modification for screen time and best practices of remote learning. Your child will receive approximately 3-4 hours of face-to-face instruction per day as well as any other services or support needed.

    Below is a sample schedule of what remote learning could look like for your child. Some components of the schedule may be added or removed, based on need.


    Day 1:  3 hours of Core Content (ELA.SS), 1 hour of independent work and 1 hour of Beyond the Core (see chart below)
    GIFTED/REP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    Day 2:  3 hours of Core Content (Math/Sci.), 1 hour Beyond the Core (see chart below)
    GIFTED/REP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    Day 3:  3 hours of Core Content (ELA.SS), 1 hour of independent work and 1 hour of Beyond the Core (see chart below)
    GIFTED/REP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    Day 4:   3 hours of Core Content (Math/Sci.), 1 hour Beyond the Core (see chart below)
    GIFTED/REP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    Day 5:   Scheduled one-on-one, small groups remediation, enrichment and/or assessment activities.
    GIFTED/EIP/ESOL/ESE offered based on models and identified goals


    In addition to the instructional sessions, the instructional day may include required small groups, one-on-one tutoring, and student/teacher conferences as needed. 

     

  • What will Remote Learning look like for my high school student?  (Grades 9-12)

    A student will take a normal course load (7 classes on traditional schedule; 4 on block schedule) as a remote learner. Each school will provide remote instruction in all courses offered at each school.

  • Here is a breakdown of a sample High School schedule:


    Monday –Thursday, Fridays
    reserved for additional  small group, tutorial, remediation , enrichment or independent activities.

    • 4-5 hours of remote classes/sessions
    • 2-4 hours of tutorial and/or independent practice based on student need