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Student Resources

Thank you for taking the Remote Learning Needs Assessment survey at the end of 4th quarter. We took the feedback you provided and have developed some resources to assist you this summer in preparing for future Remote Learning school days. Please feel free to contact your principal with any questions.
 

Students: 

Resources to Help You with Remote Learning


    • Social Emotional Learning Activities
    • How to Use My Time Each Day:
      • Set a schedule and stick to the schedule
        • Wake up at the same time each day. (Set an alarm.)
        • Set times each school day you will be involved with school work.
          • Times to be on the computer and times to be away from the computer. 
          • Develop a checklist for each day.
        • Take short breaks. Do not sit down all day.
          • Reduce the amount of time you spend on your chromebook/computer/ipad/etc.
        • Identify a specific location in your home for your school work. (Create a study space.)
          • Find a quiet space.
        • Eat nutritious meals.
        • Go to bed at the same time each night.
      • Work with your parents/guardians to assist you with ideas.
  • Ways to Get and Stay Focused and Motivated:
      • Tips:
        • Set up a schedule you follow each school day. (Stick to a routine.)
        • Eat healthy meals.
        • Set achievable goals for yourself.
        • Take small breaks and step away from your computer or assignment for a few minutes. Do not stay seated all day.
          • Reduce the amount of time you spend on your chromebook/computer/ipad/etc. 
        • Develop rewards for yourself when you complete an assignment or reach a goal.
        • Take time to play outside, talk to friends, exercise, etc.
        • Identify a social emotional learning activity to participate in each day.
        • Stay in contact with your teachers.
        • When you get frustrated or something becomes too difficult, contact your teacher for help. (Email, Google Classroom, phone calls, etc.)
      • Work with your parents/guardians to assist you with ideas.
  • How to Use Google Classroom

  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Typing Skills