•  As of April 13th,  we will have the following program in place to help you guide your children as we navigate this new educational terain for the remainder of the school year, currently scheduled to end on June 19th, 2020.

     

    Our goal is to help support learning at home through various ways.  We want to be sensitive to each families' needs at this time and know that it is a challenging and difficult time.  We are committed to providing your families with the best possible service as we can in a distance learning model for the remainder of the school year.  We realize that there may be learning gaps as we go through this process, but we take a sensitive and flexible approach to learning at this time.

    • You can expect work to be sent home via packets and/or digital delivery weekly, and in some cases once every two weeks.  Your child's teacher will provide further communication regarding this process.

    • Weekly work will have a checklist to make it easier for parents to organize learning time.  Work will not be graded in the traditional sense.  Teachers may request that you return the weekly coversheet they will provide, so that they can monitor completion progress.  Individual teachers will provide guidance on how they would like to get weekly checklists back.  

    • We can provide guidance on how to structure learning time.  There are a variety of ways to organize The State recommends the following time allotment per day:

      • • Pre–K: 30 minutes • Grades K–1: 45 minutes • Grades 2–3: 60 minutes • Grades 4–5: 90 minute

    • Each teacher will have weekly contact times scheduled so that your student can access him/her via teleconferencing, email, and/or phone.

      • As of now, we are recommending that students have access time with their teachers as needed via phone, email, and/or teleconferencing (at the teacher's discretion).  This time will be structured to provide students greater access to their teachers and receive any necessary guidance regarding their respective assignments and/or learning needs.  

    • We will also be providing library services in which students will be able to request library books, and they will be delivered to your home as needed.

    • We will be providing all necessary support materials, whether it be digital or paper/pencil.  If you need copy paper, writing paper, pencils or any other necessary course item, please call the District Office, and we will deliver necessary items to your home via lunch bus or mail service.

    • You can request to have a Chromebook at home.  Please contact the office, so that we can get your family one to use for educational purposes.  If families qualify for Free and Reduced Lunches and do not currently have internet access, we may be able to provide low-cost wi-fi access in their respective homes for a limited basis (until July 31st).  Please contact Mr. McLain @ mmclain@rosaliaschools to take advantage of this opportunity.

    • IEP services will be provided as needed through the Special Education Department.  We will not be providing on-site services at this time.