Student Expectations

Attendance:

  • Attendance will be submitted daily for each student by recording student contacts.
  • A two-way communication (e.g., messaging through Class Dojo/Remind, video conferencing, phone call, email) is required between the student and a teacher or school official on their initial date of enrollment (i.e., first day of school) by 3:30 PM.
  • If an email is used, the date of the student response is considered the date of initial enrollment. A completed assignment is not sufficient evidence for the student’s first day of school. 

The following are acceptable forms of attendance:

    • Submitting completed daily assignments, either online or offline, by the teacher’s due date/time , and/or
    • Participating in a daily check-in or a two-way communication with the appropriate teacher (e.g., messaging through Class Dojo/Remind, video conferencing, phone call, email) by 3:30PM that day.

Canvas:

  • Students in grades K-12 will receive virtual instruction in Canvas and are also able to use these instructions to access Canvas.  On the Canvas Dashboard, they will select their class.
  • Students will log in to see teachers and classmates, participate in learning, submit assignments, take assessments and more.

 

LCS Laptops:

  • Students who received a Chromebook/laptop from LCS will follow these instructions to login to their device.
  • Student Login Instructions

 

Students will be expected to:

  • Be online during scheduled times and engaged. If a student is unable to meet at the scheduled time, he/she must contact his/her teacher to make up the missed session.
  • Be logged in and ready to learn prior to start of class.
  • Be an active participant by sharing work and discussing ideas with the teacher and classmates.
  • Complete their own work.
  • Submit assignments as they are completed.
  • Follow the guidelines for online safety and etiquette.
  • Take care of provided devices and materials.
  • Monitor assignments that the teacher has returned, reviewed, graded or commented on. 
  • Always be dressed for success.

IMPORTANT: All assignments must be completed during the week assigned and submitted by 10:00 P.M. Sunday of that week.

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For Grades PK-5 only:

Tasks for Students:

  • Daily: Read for 20 minutes/Reading Counts Tests.

 

 

For Grades 6-8 Only

Tasks for Students:

  • Daily - Read 30 minutes.  
  • Daily - Work on teacher assigned IXL modules.
  • Daily - Listen to sessions that teachers have recorded in Canvas. 
  • Daily - Be visible during class sessions (face visible, not avatar/picture).
  • Daily - Log in to class session on time.
  • Daily - Stay logged in online unless otherwise instructed by the teacher.
  • Daily - Complete and submit all daily assignments as instructed by the teacher.

Fridays - Students will be expected to work independently on assignments that are assigned to them or they haven’t finished during the week.

 

Weekly Tasks for Students: Every Friday

  • Students will be expected to work independently on new assignments or those they didn't finish during the week. 

 

 

For Grades 9-12 Only

Daily Tasks for Students: Monday - Thursday

  • Sign into and attend all synchronous classes.
  • Log in to class session on time.
  • Stay logged in online unless otherwise instructed by the teacher.
  • Complete and submit all daily assignments as instructed by the teacher.
  • Complete attendance quiz.

 

Daily Tasks for Students: Fridays

  • Students will be expected to work independently on any unfinished assignments, complete an attendance quiz for each class and attend scheduled office hours. 

 

Additional Student Expectations

  • Dependable internet access (district will provide if needed).
  • An electronic device (laptop or Chromebook. The district will provide one).
  • Quiet, dedicated work/study space with minimum disruption.
  • Organize their personal “school work” day to be their productive best.
  • Seek help when needed (teachers, guidance, principals).
  • Demonstrate learning by completing assignments.
  • Engage with the classroom and use tools (like headphones) to focus on instructional videos, etc. 
  • Communicate with your teacher and examine feedback.
  • Follow the Code of Conduct.
  • Please complete your OWN work and do not plagiarize.
  • Demonstrate online learning etiquette.
  • Collaborate with peers using respectful language and behaviors.
  • Wear attire acceptable for school (No vulgar language on shirts or inappropriate exposure).
  • Use equipment as outlined in the Acceptable Use Policy.  
  • Be patient with yourselves and your teachers- we are all learning together!

Helpful Suggestions

  • Use Google Calendar to organize your time - Develop a schedule for each day.
  • Contact your Guidance Counselor if you are feeling overwhelmed or need someone to talk to.