Below you will find some general guidelines to help assist you with learning during the period of time students are not in physical attendance at Crone. "The Illinois State Board of Education (ISBE) provided guidance for what is expected as we move forward. We want to call your attention to the following changes as the state begins Remote Learning:
Starting on Tuesday, April 7, all grade levels will participate in remote learning. Please use the links on this page to access information from teachers.
During the recent Act of God Days, assignments were not graded and participation was not required. Moving forward, participation is expected and assignments will be graded for middle and high school students.
ISBE has asked districts to focus grading on the continuation of learning and prioritize the connectedness and care for students and staff. A focus on keeping children emotionally and physically safe, fed, and engaged in learning should be our first priority during this unprecedented time. ISBE’s recommendations on grading are based upon the principle of no educational harm to any child during this period. A student’s grade will not be negatively impacted during this time.
While formal attendance will not be taken, student participation and completion of assignments is expected. We ask that you communicate that expectation to your child. Your child’s teacher or a school administrator will reach out to see if support is needed if a student is not participating.
How Students will access information:
Teams will deliver all team based academic work through the team portal (webpage, Google classroom…). Click on the links below for specifics.
Encore teachers will deliver their learning experiences through their website/Google classroom. Students should engage with their Quarter 4 teachers at this time.
Student Services will be reaching out to individual students either through Google Classroom or directly to give access to related services and support.
Please forward this information on to any parent/guardian or student that would need access to this information. Students will not be getting this email, only parents and guardians - so forward on to your child if needed.
Communication / Availability
Teachers will monitor their email at various times during the day, but they do not have official "office hours" or constant availability. Remote Learning days are purposely set up as an asynchronous experience to provide flexibility for both the students and the staff to engage in academics. If you need to reach a counselor, administrator, or support staff, please utilize email.
Links to Lesson Plans: