Middle school and high school teachers have prepared two methods for students to receive instruction.
- Method 1 (High Tech) – For students with access to internet (including cell phone access). The district is providing the Edgenuity program.
- Method 2 (Low Tech) – For students without access to internet. Teams of secondary teachers have prepared individual packets by a student’s schedule.
Approximately 90 percent of students will be able to utilize online learning. The district will be sending emails with instructions on how to access Edgenuity. This format will provide a more complete curriculum. Teachers will be communicating through an electronic means, so be sure to check emails for those communications that contain important access information.
Students will log into Edgenuity through Classlink following the instructions below:
Once logged into Edgenuity, students will be prompted to watch a tutorial video on how to navigate the system and access / complete lessons.
For students needing hard copies of instructional packets containing a week’s worth of work, they will be available at each campus on Mondays from 6 a.m.–7 p.m. This service is only available from the front parent pickup line.
We are reminding parents to stay in cars because this will be a drive-thru format and someone will come to your car.
In addition, someone will be at each campus daily from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. if packets are needed. There will be no need to enter the building. Someone on staff will be available to help at your car.
Hard copy instructional packets should be returned each Monday.