Tuesday, July 28, 2020
Friday, July 17, 2020
- This is a commitment for both the student and parent. This is a rigorous curriculum that will require students to be diligent in their school work habits. Students should be self-motivated, independent learners. They should be computer literate. They should be able to manage their time well in order to work through the demands of the online curriculum. Younger students will need a great deal of guidance and support from the parent/guardian.
- Each course has 180 lessons. These lessons will be broken down by quarter. Students will have the flexibility regarding lesson completion, but adequate weekly progress will be required. A pacing guide will be provided. As a general guide, the first quarter has 41 days. The second quarter has 40 days. Lesson times vary by subject. I do not know exact lesson times for all areas at this point. I am "guesstimating" that a lesson can be completed in 15-20 minutes. Keep in mind your student will have lessons in all content areas (English language arts, mathematics, science, social studies, electives).
- Homes should be equipped with a stable internet service. The district will not provide hot spots or other internet devices. The district is working to identify community hot spots where students could go for access. We are also working with internet providers for affordable services for parents to purchase.
Chromebooks will be provided for each student.
Please review the Lincoln Learning curriculum. Student tutorials can be viewed at this link.
The district will establish each student's schedule and determine the courses that are assigned.
Students will be responsible for completing all assignments and submitting them for grading.
Grades will be taken as if the student were in a traditional learning environment.
A Rivercrest teacher will monitor student progress weekly through a Google Meet.
High school students will be able to take Virtual Arkansas courses. Testing may occur on-site.
High school students will be able to take ANC courses by providing their own transportation.
Students will be able to participate in AAA activities/events by providing their own transportation to return to campus for those scheduled periods.
Meals will not be delivered. A pick-up point & schedule will be identified for meal pick-up.
Thursday, July 9, 2020
Tuesday, July 7, 2020
Monday, June 29, 2020
Friday, June 19, 2020
- Ready to return to school?
- Ready to see friends?
- Ready for sports programs to return?