Virtual Classroom Info

Hello Students and Parents, I am sure that you have many questions pertaining to the virtual classroom and how this will be setup. I hope that the following explanation will help you to better understand the process for my class.

Please remember that if any time you have any questions about anything you are welcome to contact me through my email.

My office hours will be 9:00am-1:00pm. I will be consistently checking my email during this time to help any students and parents through the transition to virtual classes. I will be checking my email outside of my office hours as well, but may not be responding as quickly.

Google Classroom
I will be using Google Classroom to post all of my assignments. Each class block has its own page and code. If you are a student who is not part of our class as of yet, please contact Ms. Soesbee for an invite or class code. 

Daily Assignments
Students should check their Google Classroom daily for new assignments. Assignments will be posted by 9:00am each day. A due date will be posted with each assignment. 

Late Work Penalties
If an assignment is late more than 24 hours past the due date, 5 points will be deducted from the grade for everyday that the work is not turned in. If there are circumstances beyond your control (i.e. power outage, internet issues, family emergencies) please contact Ms. Soesbee to work out a plan to extend the due date.

Organizational Tips
If you need help staying on top of your work, consider buying a planner or printing one out for free online. There are many templates available. 
Making a checklist of work not only helps you visually see what you need to get done, but it also feels good to check off your work and see how much you've accomplished as you work through your assignments.

It is so important to remember that these assignments do count the same as work that we do in the classroom. With this being the last 9 weeks of school, it is important to stay on top of your work and finish the year strong. 

All of you are great, capable students, so I know you will do amazing with this transition into uncharted territory.