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A.E. Wright Online Distance Learning Expectations - March 2020

A.E. Wright Online Distance Learning Expectations

March 2020

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Hello Students!

We miss seeing you on campus and hope you and your families are doing well. Below is the AE. Wright Guidelines and Expectations for online distance learning. Please read and review it. Think of these as the school rules when learning on your computer daily and interacting with peers and teachers. 

Daily Schedule: 

You will follow your daily schedule and report to your class online. Follow your teachers’ directions as they may look a little different for each teacher. 

 

“Bell” Schedule  2019-2020

 

Regular Schedule

 


     Every Wednesday

Period 0

7:50 - 8:40

 

     Period 0

7:50 - 8:40

Period 1/Homeroom

8:50 - 9:48

 

     Period 1/Homeroom

8:50 - 9:35

Period 2

9:53 - 10:44

 

     Period 2

9:40 - 10:22

Nutrition

10:44 - 10:49

 

     Period 3

10:27 - 11:09

Period 3

10:54 - 11:45

 

     Period 4

11:14 - 11:56

Period 4

11:50 - 12:41

 

     Lunch

11:56 - 12:26

Lunch

12:41 - 1:20

 

     Period 5

12:31 - 1:13

Period 5

1:25 - 2:16

 

     Period 6

1:18 - 2:00

Period 6

2:21 - 3:12

 

 

 


Expectations:

FOLLOW ONLINE CLASSROOM RULES: Just like in the physical classroom, your teachers will have their own rules and expectations for what learning looks like. Follow their directives, be on time, be respectful in the online classroom, and participate positively.

TEXTBOOKS AND MATERIALS: Students are responsible for proper care of the textbooks/computers issued to them.  A fee will be assessed for damaged or lost books and computers. This includes damage occurring while the items are at home.

MAINTAIN ACADEMIC INTEGRITY STANDARDS: The district does not allow any forms of dishonesty or deception that unfairly, improperly or illegally enhances a grade on an individual assignment or a course. This includes, while online learning, copying from others on homework, classwork, or test, communicating with another student during a test, storing notes in a programmable calculator or electronic device, taking an exam for another student.

DRESS CODE and LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: Students should approach online school with seriousness and in order to maintain a positive, productive, and safe educational environment. Clothes should cover the 4 B’s: Boxers, Bottoms, Bellies, Bras. Wherever you choose to learn should also promote positivity and adhere to school rules. Be mindful of what is in the background when projecting to your teacher and peers. Nothing worn or seen should be any obscene or vulgar material, sexual in nature, promotes alcohol, drugs or other controlled substances, weapons, or is discriminatory.

TECHNOLOGY: All students are still expected to follow the LVUSD Acceptable Use Policy available in the Parent, Student, & Staff Legal Notification Handbook.

BREATHE, SMILE, AND HAVE FUN!

 



Consequences: 

When it becomes necessary to refer a student to the office after appropriate teacher interventions, the following actions, but not limited to, may take place when an infraction of regulations occurs:

 

 

  • Warning
  • Teacher online white slip referral to AP office
  • Referral to Counseling Office
  • Points off
  • Online or phone conference with student and/or parent regarding violation 
  • Check-ins with Assistant Principal

 

 

Please click on the link below to view A.E. Wright Online Distance Learning Expectations - March 2020

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jr0qtQRqrFkdrEFdwqwm9ncH3i-jm11oPOopqEKVjTg/edit?ts=5e7a75da