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Emergency Remote Learning

Staff will plan and deliver instruction to provide quality learning experiences for students in the event of prolonged student absence (two or more days) due to a COVID-19 positive case for the student or students’ household. ERL is not an option in any other situation.

Students can stay connected to their learning via Daily Learning Expectations. These Daily Learning Expectations will include the taped mini lessons for the day along with assignments that support the lesson learning goals. Please note that daily learning tasks from the day of absence will not be posted until the following morning (Example: Monday’s lessons will be posted Tuesday morning).

Children will have access to key lesson components and allow for concept practice. By viewing the recorded mini lessons and completing the learning tasks contained in the Daily Learning Expectations, students will be ready to re-enter their classroom inline with their peers.

How does my child access emergency remote learning?

Willow Springs:

  • Families will access daily learning tasks and directions through the Seesaw Family App.
  • Students will complete work via the Seesaw Class App. Please download the class app if you have not done so already. You will receive a home learning code from your child’s teacher to access the student journal.

Elementary schools

  • Families will access daily learning tasks and directions through the Seesaw Family App.
  • Students can also access daily learning tasks via the Seesaw Class App. Please download the class app if you have not done so already. Students will log into the Seesaw Class app and other apps using their Clever badge or login at clever.com.
  • Students will complete work via the Seesaw Class App or Google Classroom.

Silver Spring Intermediate

  • Students or parents should email teachers directly on Gmail.
  • The teacher will correspond with assignments and coordinate picking up supplies.
  • If you need help finding the teachers email address please call the office at 262-820-2080.

Templeton Middle

  • All teachers are uploading lessons and posting their daily work on their website.
  • Students can log onto the teachers’ websites through google classroom. Families can go to our school web page, on the right-hand side of the page under the heading “Resources”, click on classroom websites, click on the teacher’s name or house, then click on daily learning tasks. All lessons, daily learning tasks and work can be found here.

Hamilton High

  • All teachers are uploading lessons and posting their daily work on their website. Please use this link to reach the website that houses all teacher website addresses.

Attendance

Students will be assigned to Emergency Remote Learning by their school for the duration of their quarantine period.

Do I need to call the attendance office?

  • Only call the school attendance office if your child is unable to complete school work on that day. Students who are able to participate in learning activities for the day do not need to be called in.

Will my child be marked absent?

  • If students are completing work, they will not be marked absent.

How is attendance taken?

  • Students in grades 4K-6 – Attendance will be completed by the teacher based on student participation. Students do not need to check themselves in.
  • Students in grades 7-8 – Teachers will monitor attendance for students who are in emergency remote or virtual learning. Students do not need to check in through Infinite Campus as was originally suggested. Families are still asked to report known absences.
  • Students in grades 9-12 – Those engaging in Emergency Remote Learning will be responsible for checking themselves into their classes through Infinite Campus. Check-in may be completed after 5 a.m. Checking in once daily will mark students as “present” for the entire day of Emergency Remote Learning. Students do not need to check in to each individual class. Virtual learning teachers have the ability to override attendance check-ins if they do not see participation or engagement from students.

How does a student check-in for attendance during the school day?

  • Students should follow these steps to complete their daily check-in:
    • Go to the Infinite Campus icon in upper right hand corner
    • Log in with your username and password
    • Click TODAY >CHECK INS >ATTENDANCE

Attendance emails

If you have any questions regarding attendance or need to report specific absences, please use your respective school office attendance emails: