Remote Learning: What to Know
Remote learning has begun!
Here is what you need to know...
All CEC schools will be closed through the end of the school year.
Starting March 23rd, students will participate in remote learning via Microsoft Teams on smart phones, computers or tablets. Remote learning will operate Monday-Friday 9am-9pm including teacher office hours by chat or video from 1pm-4pm daily.
What is the attendance policy for remote learning?
Do students need to submit a doctor's note to get an excused absence during remote learning?
Does my student need to be logged in during their usual class time?
How often do students have to log on?
What if my student doesn't have access to a computer?
What if my student needs help logging in or accessing remote learning content?
- Open a ticket - Email firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone Support (M-F, 7:30-4:00) – 970-305-4303
What does Larimer County's "Stay At Home" Order mean for students?
- This is your last opportunity to come to the middle school to gather any personal belongings that you do not currently have. This includes picking up music stands for students in the music classes.
- For the safety and protection of all our staff, please do not come to the middle school building unless you are picking up materials and have already arranged this with a staff person or teacher.
- After 5:00pm on March 26th through the end of the school year, staff WILL NOT be in the middle school campuses, except for our Wolf Bistro team, who are considered “essential staff”
Will students be returning to physical classes before the end of the Spring 2020 semester?
Is enrollment for the 2020-21 school year still open?
Can students still pick up meals from the Wolf Bistro drive-up service?
How do I know if my student is completing assignments?
Is there a specific time teachers will be having face-to-face time with all the students?
How many hours are students supposed to be on the computer each day?
How can parents participate in remote learning with students?