We are missing you at the Fort! While our distance learning has been extended
through May 1st, we want to make sure we are still learning the essential standards in our grade levels therefore learning packets and online instructions through Google Classroom, Zoom, Epic, Freckle, and more have been made available to you. Also, we continue to encourage our students to continue to get the minimum state requirement of 200 minutes of physical activity every 10 days, by exercising a minimum of 20 minutes a day.
The following guidance will be used by teachers as they
determine distance learning and final grades this year. Please remember
that our entire educational team is poised to assist families to support our
students. This includes not only your child’s teacher, but a network of
intervention teachers, instructional assistants, counselors, psychologists,
nurses, transition teams, and school administrators who are ready to
help. Stay connected with your teacher and your child’s school principal
and ask questions if needed.
Elementary (Grades Pre-K - 6)
- Third quarter grades have already been recorded and
sent to parents shortly after the transition to distance learning in
- Fourth quarter grades will be based on work completed
since March 13, 2020, and will reflect an effort-based grading structure
of “Outstanding,” “Satisfactory,” or “Needs Improvement.”
- Grades will take into account a student’s degree of
participation and engagement in distance learning in addition to typical
evaluation elements such as completion and quality of work.
- All work is due to the student's classroom teacher by Friday, May 22, 2020