November 2, 2020
CLARIFICATION ON DISTANCE/VIRTUAL LEARNERS FOR GRADES 7-12
As of 11-2-2020 if students are considered a distance/virtual learner in order to be counted “present” they must check in with their teachers via email or google classroom daily. They will also be responsible for completing and turning in any assignments for that day by midnight.
If students do not check in with teachers or complete assignments, they will be counted absent even as a distance/virtual learner. This absence will count in their ten days per semester allowed. If a student is absent more than ten days per class in a semester they could lose credit for classes according to district policy.
Ways a student could be a distance/virtual learner:
- Positive for Covid-19
- Fever of more than 100.1 (must be fever free without medication for 72 hours before returning to school)
- Surgery or other illness that requires multiple days out of school
If you have a question of whether or not your child is a distance/virtual learner, please contact the high school office.
If school is not in session and a message has been sent that we are doing virtual learning, the same guidelines will be followed.