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CPS Continuity of Learning Plan

March 26, 2020

Clarkson Continuity of Learning

Administrative and Staff Expectations

  • Provide regular communication to all stakeholders
  • Support faculty and students/families shifting to a learning plan
  • Working together to communicate a learning plan for students and families
  • Collaborate with other staff members to design learning experiences for students
  • Make sure parents are aware which resources students may access and how to access the resources.
  • Communicate with and provide weekly/daily feedback (as needed) with students and/or parents.

 

SPED Teacher Expectations

  • Communicate regularly with the subject or classroom teachers who teach the students on your caseload.
  • Communicate regularly with students on your  caseload and/or their parents
  • Provide supplementary learning activities for students on your  caseload (as needed)

 

Non-Core Teacher Expectations

  • Develop a variety of  activities being mindful of the resources families may or may not have in their home (as you feel is appropriate)
  • Communicate with students/families who reach out for assistance
  • Communicate to families the sites/resources you will be using
  • Serve as a liaison for communication with students/families in crisis
  • Provide resources for students and families to support them while they are away from school

 

Parent/Guardian Expectations

  • Help your student to establish a regular daily routine on “school days”
  • Encourage your student to continue their learning with the opportunities being provided - remember we are all in this together!!!
  • Check the school website and Facebook page frequently or specific learning platforms. Students may be using: Canvas, SeeSaw, Dojo, email, google classroom, Edmodo
  • Assist your student with connecting to resources when they have questions or concerns; when in doubt contact the teacher of the class or the office

 

Student Expectations

  • Students should check in with their learning management system daily: Canvas, SeeSaw, Dojo, email, google classroom, Edmodo
  • Complete coursework as assigned in a timely manner (timeline will be established by the teacher) and to the best of your abilities
  • Comply with the school’s Acceptable Use of Technology Policy while using school issued devices and online learning tools (see Student Handbook)
  • Establish daily routines for engaging in the learning experiences
  • Communicate proactively with your  teachers if you require additional support
  • Engage in all learning with academic honesty

 

Access and Equity

  • All 7-12 students have 1:1 MacBook Air laptops that have been issued to them by the school.
  • If students have any issues with the computer or charger, please contact Matt Murren mmurren@clarkson.esu7.org.
  • If you are having internet accessibility concerns, please explain this on the “Clarkson Public School Questions & Concerns” form found on the school website.
  • If students need assistance with Learning Management System logins, etc. please contact classroom teachers.
  • If students or parents/guardians need login information for JMC, please contact the school at 402-892-3454.
  • School staff will work with individual families to provide regular packets containing hard copies of learning activities in the event that families do not have adequate access to the internet.
    • Parents/guardians are asked to reach out to their instructors to make these arrangements
  • Special Education and ELL students will be provided with accommodations, modifications, and services to the fullest extent possible.
    • Resource teachers will work with students, families, and regular education teachers to create a plan for continuity of learning and services during school closure
    • Resource teachers will proactively communicate with students and parents to check on progress, answer questions, and/or provide appropriate services

 

Grading and Verification of Student Participation

  • The goal of Clarkson Public School is to work towards an adequate grading system for this alternative learning environment.
  • Refer to the Student Expectations detailed at the beginning of this document.

Please Note: Guidance from the Nebraska Department of Education is still developing on the topic of grading and will be shared as it is available.

 

E-Learning Schedule

SCHEDULING IN THE HOME ENVIRONMENT: Scheduling is something that helps us to establish a sense of comfort and order through routine. Families can plan together a daily schedule that represents household needs, learning time, and personal needs, allowing student voice and choice in the process. Please refer to the school website for examples of home learning schedules.

 

Teachers will be available and communicate with students or parents during school hours or as needed.

Preschool - has sent home packets and apps for families to access.  Parents can contact Mrs. Rolf through Remind.

 

Grades Knd-4th - Schedule determined by the classroom teacher. Classroom teachers will reach out to parents to inform them of the scheduled instruction time.  

 

         Grades 5th-12th                                              

Mondays & Wednesdays                                                                  Tuesdays & Thursdays

 

1st pd 9:30am-10:00am                                                                      5th pd 9:30am-10:00am

2nd pd 10:00am-10:30am                                                                   6th pd 10:00am-10:30am

3rd pd 10:30am-11:00am                                                                    7th pd 10:30am-11:00am

4th pd 11:00am-11:30am                                                                    8th pd 11:00am-11:30am

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