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Picture Ordering
 
IF you did not print out the picture packet form from the Yearbook page and want your school photos then next week after August 24th, please visit the https://olsonpics.photoreflect.com/ to order your pictures.  You get to look to see if you like them first, so you don't have to purchase without looking to see if you like the picture.

Parent Expectations for Remote Schools

What is remote school?

“Remote school” means instruction in which the student and teacher are in different locations and students are under the general supervision of a teacher each school day. Distance learning may include, but is not limited to, all of the following:

  1. Interaction, instruction, and check-ins between teachers and students through the use of a computer or communications technology.
  2. Video or audio instruction in which the primary mode of communication between the students and teacher is online interaction, instructional television, video, telecourses, or other instruction that relies on computer or communications technology.
  3. The use of print materials incorporating assignments that are the subject of written or oral feedback (Education Finance, SB 98, (2020). https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/billTextClient.xhtml?bill_id=201920200SB98

What is my Serrano student doing each day for remote school?


Your Serrano student is required to log into Canvas each day for instruction in all classes. All assignments, meetings, quizzes, papers, activities, and practice in each class will occur in the Canvas platform. Failure to log into Canvas each day will adversely affect your student’s grade in each class. Students can complete assignments, access instructional information, and view course resources at any time, but they must complete attendance tasks for the scheduled classes. 


Your Serrano student will be engaged in daily, live classes with his/her teachers and will frequently have the opportunity to connect with peers. Attending live meetings counts toward a student’s daily attendance.


Attendance will be determined each day by your student’s participation in each live class or their response to an attendance question in Canvas.


What can  I do?


Thoroughly complete all paperwork and promptly return it. If you have any changes to your information, including email address, phone number or mailing address, notify the front office immediately to ensure we have the most current information available.


You can support your Serrano student by ensuring they have access to a computer and the internet for their classes, and by keeping track of the required, live class sessions and attendance questions.


You can keep track of your student’s grades and attendance by logging into Aeries frequently.


You can keep track of your student’s progress in Canvas by accessing the parent portal online or on the Canvas app.


What is the schedule for a Serrano student in distance learning?


Monday Schedule of classes that require live meeting attendance or response to an attendance question

8:35 - 10:00

WIN Class

10:00 - 11:30

Period 7


Tuesday through Friday schedule of classes that require live meeting attendance or response to an attendance question

8:00 - 8:30

Teacher office hours 

    Tuesday           Wednesday       Thursday                 Friday

8:35 - 10:00

Period 1 

Period 4

Period 3

Period 6

10:05-11:30

Period 2

Period 5

Period 2

Period 5

11:30-12:30

LUNCH

12:30-1:55

Period 3

Period 6

Period 1

Period 4

2:00 - 3:00

Teacher office hours for student support, tutoring, small group sessions, homework help


What if I need help?

You can find additional information on our Serrano website (https://shs.snowlineschools.com/)


If you (or your student) need help in a class, send the teacher an email.  Notice that all teachers have office hours and are available to help your student do well in their classes.


If you need help with the Canvas program contact Andrea Morrison at andrea_morrison@snowlineschools.com or you can reach her via phone at 760-868-3222. 


If you need help with Aeries, or have a question you can contact the counseling department

Chris Rosado - Mr. Rosado helps students with last names beginning with letters A-Er.

Email: chris_rosado@snowlineschools.com      Phone extension: 21031

Lesley Carver - Ms. Carver helps students with last names beginning with letters Es-L.

Email: lesley_carver@snowlineschools.com Phone extension: 21037

Michele Scribber - helps students with last names beginning with letters M-Ra.

Email: michele_scribner@snowlineschools.com Phone Extension: 21032

Michele Berberena - helps students with last names beginning with letters Re-Z.

Email: michele_berberena@snowlineschools.com Phone extension: 21033

Serrano Student Expectations For Remote School
 

What to do the first day of school - 

  • School begins on Monday, August 17, 2020.
  • Attend your WIN live meeting at 8:35 am.
  • Log onto your Snowline Gmail account.
  • Log onto your Canvas account and familiarize yourself with your classes on the dashboard.
  • Log onto your Aeries account.
  • Be sure to tell your WIN teacher if you have any questions or cannot log onto your accounts. 

Monday Schedule of classes that require live meeting attendance or response to an attendance question

8:35 - 10:00

WIN Class

10:00 - 11:30

Period 7 (*not all students have a 7th period)


Tuesday through Friday Schedule of classes that require live meeting attendance or response to an attendance question

8:00 - 8:30

Teacher office hours 

    Tuesday           Wednesday       Thursday                 Friday

8:35 - 10:00

Period 1 

Period 4

Period 3

Period 6

10:05-11:30

Period 2

Period 5

Period 2

Period 5

11:30-12:30

LUNCH

12:30-1:55

Period 3

Period 6

Period 1

Period 4

2:00 - 3:00

Teacher office hours for student support, tutoring, small group sessions, homework help


Attendance

  • You must attend the live meeting of each class period or answer the attendance question in Canvas by 2:00 pm each school day.
  • You will be marked absent if you do not attend each live meeting or post a response to the attendance question in Canvas by 2 pm.
  • We recommend attending all live meetings. If you can’t attend, you still have to post a response to the attendance question. Be sure to review the videos or notes that your teacher posts from the live meetings if you miss the meeting.

Grades

  • You are responsible for all of the activities, assignments, and lessons in each of your classes. Review and submit all work in the Canvas platform.
  • Grades on assignments are calculated and posted on your Canvas account. You should check them regularly.

Behavior Expectations

  • Show Integrity - by completing all assignments and activities in each of your classes. Do your own work and work hard to be successful.
  • Honor Self and Others - by being a good communicator. Connect with your teacher and classmates. Share your learning with your parents. It’s hard to do remote learning and your good attitude goes a long way to ensure you are successful in all of your classes.
  • Social responsibility - is best demonstrated by participating in all live lessons in an academically appropriate way. Be kind and considerate to your peers and to the teacher. Add to the class by contributing thoughtful, academic comments and questions.
  • Technology expectations, digital citizenship, Serrano student handbook, and the new Care Solace and Mental health information is on our website.

If you need help

  • Information is available on the Serrano website. You can also find us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter @Serrano_Nation.
  • You should always talk with your teacher if you have a question about a class. Send them an email and ask questions so you can do well.
  • Your WIN teacher is another helpful person and can direct you to resources to help you be successful in your classes.
  • You can always talk to your counselor if you have questions or need some additional encouragement.