LCSS Digital Learning Pages

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LCSS Communication of Assignments During March 16th through 27th

Pre-K

  • Teachers will prepare learning packets for all Pre-K students.  

  • Parents will be sent notification that packets will be available for pick up Monday, March 16 from 7:30 - 1:00 at the Pre-K building.  If parents are not able to pick up learning packets, content will be sent by email to each parent.  

  • Teachers will communicate with parents through email, facebook,  and remind messages.  

  • Teachers will send a video recording via email on Wednesday, March 18 and Wednesday, March 25 to remind students of expectations.  Teachers will assign online reading activities off the Epic website.   

  • Teachers will check all email, reminds, and social media daily (Monday- Friday) and respond.  

Primary

  • Teachers are creating packets that will be available for pickup Monday, March 16 from 7:30-1:00 at LCPS and KPS. Admin will be present to distribute packets.

  • Videos via remind of read alouds and admin will post daily videos of morning messages on social media.  

  • Weebly sites will be posted to school websites and social media. 

  • PE, Art, and Music will be adding links onto the school webpage with ideas for daily learning taken from the teachers’ lesson plans. 

  • Teachers will check email 3 times a day and will respond to parent emails, text messages, remind messages and phone calls each day. In addition, the teachers will push out remind messages multiple times each week to stay in contact with students. 

  • ESOL teacher will monitor student use each day with Lexia.  Mrs. Donna Cordle will also communicate with parents through “Touch Points” app daily/weekly.  

  • The Counselor will contact parents/students on case load in MTSS for behavior and do weekly check ins.  Counselor will also be sharing strategies with parents dealing with situations like the COVID. 

Elementary

  • Teachers will communicate with parents and students through Email and Google Classroom.

  •  Teachers will send out assignments daily. Keeping it short and simple for ELA(may include science/social studies content) and Math. 

  • If students do not have online access, assignments will be sent via photo on Remind, Classtag, or how they currently communicate.

  • Teachers will be checking email and responding to parents daily. Parents and students are encouraged to email their teachers or text if they have questions.

 

Middle School

  • Google Classroom and Remind will be used for delivery of assignments. 

  • Teachers will post work daily focusing on priority standards.  Assignments will primarily be a cumulative review, however new information will be introduced.  

  • If students do not have internet access, a ten day window will be allotted upon return to school for students to be held accountable. Collaborative teachers have met to discuss and align expectations.

  • Teachers will be available daily from 1:00 - 3:00 to field students' questions online. 

  • Teachers have been instructed to minimize screen time and to add evaluators as collaborators on Google Classroom for monitoring purposes. 

High School

  • Google Classroom, Remind and/or email will also be used to relay messages and assignments.  

  • Teachers will post work by department (Monday - ctae/fa/fl/electives; Tuesday = Literature; Wednesday = Mathematics; Thursday = Science; Friday = Social studies) focusing on priority standards.  

  • Assignments will primarily be a cumulative review, however new information will be introduced.  

  • If students do not have internet access, a ten day window will be allotted upon return to school for students to be held accountable. Collaborative teachers  have met to discuss and align expectations.  

  • All staff will be available daily from 9:00 - 11:00 to field students' questions online.  

  • Teachers have been instructed to minimize screen time and to add evaluators as collaborators on Google Classroom for monitoring purposes.

 

TLC

  • Students will be required to work from home during this school recess. 

  • We will include links to Apex, Gradpoint and Credit Recovery. Students can take quizzes in Gradpoint AND Apex. Pacing and due dates will not change. 

  • Students who do not have internet access can pick up packets from the TLC office on Monday, March 16th, between 4:00 and 6:00 pm. 

    For students who do not have internet access:

We are printing ELA packets for all grade levels.  Apex study guides and practice problems for high school math will correlate to middle school Gradpoint lessons.

 

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