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A resource for students and parents enrolled in Salem School District's remote learning programs.
Elementary students in remote learning will receive online math, reading, writing, and word study lessons and complete independent work associated with daily lessons. Teachers meet with smaller groups of students throughout the day to provide instruction, review independent work, and check for understanding.
Similar to the spring, students in second through fifth grade will access their online lessons through Google Classroom, and students in Kindergarten and first grade will access their online lessons through a classroom website.
The Woodbury remote learning environment will closely match the in-person environment as much as possible. Each student will be assigned to a team based on their grade and will follow a daily schedule. Attendance will be taken daily and students will be expected to be engaged in a combination of independent work and live meetings throughout the day.
Daily work and assignments will be provided in Google Classroom using a standard, district-wide format (for both remote and in-school classes.) Zoom and Screencastify will be used daily for live instruction and independent work.
The high school remote learning classes will follow the same format as our in-school classes. Students are expected to be present for classes during designated times.
Attendance will be tracked and recorded for each class and we will use the same grading system for remote and in-person classes. All teachers will use Google Classroom, Zoom, Screencastify, and Infinite Campus.