Williamsfield Schools is proud to provide remote learning opportunities for all students, PK-12. The primary purpose of remote learning is to provide students innovative opportunities to move skills forward and complete coursework when they are unable to physically attend class on campus. Parameters listed below specifically target remote learning during the COVID-19 campus closure. Please consider this an opportunity for students to move skills forward and complete coursework. Students who choose not to participate in remote learning during the COVID-19 campus closure will be required to complete coursework in-person when campus re-opens. Middle and high school students will only earn credit when coursework is complete.
Student Requirements During COVID-19 Remote Learning
- Participate in Virtual Classes. All classes will meet in an online environment for at least 30 minutes each week. Attendance in virtual classes is required to successfully complete your grade level or course. That said, assignments and interactions with teachers will be on-going. Required assignments and activities in grades PK-6 will focus on the core subjects of ELA/Literacy, Math, and Science. Supplemental activities may be available in Fine Arts, Foreign Language, and various pathway courses. Required assignments and activities in 7-12 courses will focus on the core criteria of each course, as outlined in the course Snapshot. Supplemental activities for each course may also be available. Please contact your teacher for additional information.
- Get help from teachers during Office Hours. Office hours are designated times your teachers dedicate to interactions with you. Your teacher may be available online via video, they may be in a predetermined online chat room, or they may be responding to email in real time. All teachers will post at least 90 minutes of office hours each week. Have questions about your course? Want to learn more about a subject? Contact your teacher during their designated office hours.
As always, our primary concern is the health and well-being of our kids. We are working hard to stay connected with students and families. We are working hard to design meaningful learning experiences. We are working hard to ensure all students have access to learning, including those with IEPs, 504s, ELL, or those that find themselves homeless. We hope to clear any hurdle that may keep a kid from being able to participate in our program. And when it comes to learning, our energy is focused on providing timely objective feedback to help students grow.