LPHS Remote Learning

LPHS Remote Learning Website


Please understand that this information may change; we are updating the LPHS Remote Learning web pages frequently as we refine plans and make adjustments.

March 20, 2020
About the Next Few Weeks

Lewis-Palmer High School is preparing to launch Remote Learning for our students on March 31, 2020. Our teachers will be using our Canvas LMS, Google Classroom, or another curriculum delivery system. On March 30, teachers will send an email to students and parents to let them know which system they are using to post assignments. Students are encouraged to communicate with teachers via email and other methods that the teacher indicates.

Remote Learning days are designed to provide connections and continuity of instruction. What this will look like for our students is that every scheduled school day of Remote Learning, teachers will post activities/assignments for the classes that are scheduled to meet that day. Teachers may also use tools such as Google Meet to hold synchronous sessions with students during their regularly scheduled class time; these sessions will allow for a virtual classroom environment in which students can connect directly with the teacher and with other students.

No grades will be given 3/30-4/10. The focus will be on connections and continuity of learning. Students will also be using feedback from teachers to move toward building skills and mastery of Remote Learning objectives.

Schedule: March 23 - April 20

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
March 23
Spring Break - no Remote Learning
March 24
Spring Break - no Remote Learning
March 25
Spring Break - no Remote Learning
March 26
Spring Break - no Remote Learning
March 27
Spring Break - no Remote Learning
March 30

Teacher work day:
Remote Learning
preparation & team
collaborations;

Family pickup of devices

March 31 - ORANGE

Periods 1-4
First Remote Learning Day
April 1 - BLACK

Periods 5-8
Remote Learning Day
April 2 - ORANGE

Periods 1-4
Remote Learning Day
April 3 - BLACK

Periods 5-8
Remote Learning Day
April 6

Teacher work day:
Remote Learning
preparation & team
collaborations.

April 7 - ORANGE

Periods 1-4
Remote Learning Day
April 8 - BLACK

Periods 5-8
Remote Learning Day
April 9 - ORANGE

Periods 1-4
Remote Learning Day
April 10 - BLACK

Periods 5-8
Remote Learning Day
April 13

Teacher work day:
Remote Learning
preparation & team
collaborations.
 
April 14 - ORANGE

Periods 1-4
Remote Learning Day
April 15 - BLACK

Periods 5-8
Remote Learning Day
April 16 - ORANGE

Periods 1-4
Remote Learning Day
April 17 - BLACK

Periods 5-8
Remote Learning Day
April 20 - ORANGE

Tentative in-school return
date for students and staff.
This date is subject to change.
 
       

Student Expectations

Students should spend at least 1 hour per week on class work for each class. These time designations are minimums, and students should plan on more time for courses such as AP classes.

Students should:

  1. Log into Canvas/Google Classroom/Other Platform daily and access that day’s scheduled courses. Activities for each class will be posted no later than 7:30am on the day the class meets. Reserve normal class times for the class in their schedule; teachers may be asking students to join a live class session during that class time.
  2. Check their school email account several times per day for updates and information from teachers.  
  3. Watch / read the lesson / participate in any real time instruction.
  4. Complete the assignments / assessments.
  5. Check teacher feedback.

Students who need help should consult the resources posted here and should feel free to reach out to their teachers.

Student Participation & Engagement

Teachers will be using the Attendance tab in Infinite Campus to document student participation and engagement each day of Remote Learning. Students will be considered present for class if they have connected with the teacher in some way, such as submitting an assignment, logging into the Learning Management System and reviewing activities, participating in a live meeting or class discussion, or otherwise interacting with the curriculum in some manner that is evident to the teacher.