Remote Learning

Remote Learning Guidelines

Only students who have a mandated quarantine due to a COVID-19 related issue will be eligible for a 7-day or 14-day remote learning period, dependent on NJDOH guidelines.

We will not offer a remote learning option for students who may miss class for travel, college visits, athletic events, or illness unless it is directly related to a mandated COVID-19 quarantine.

Students quarantining for COVID exposure will be permitted to Zoom into class, pending approval by the division head (Ryan Liese or Boni Luna).

Teachers do not need to have Zoom running at the start of class and should not do so, unless they have been informed by the division office or grade deans that a student in their class is "Zooming in" due to a required COVID quarantine. Students should not be admitted to Zoom classes unless they or their parents/guardians have reached out to the division head and received permission.

Remote students can be provided with asynchronous work or with independent work to be carried out during class if they cannot participate in activities remotely (e.g. science labs).

Caitlin Skobo-Trought, Director of Academic Technology, is available to assist with any technology questions.

Any student learning remotely should have their camera on. Students without cameras on will not be considered remote learners and will be marked absent unless there is prior communication from the student.

Remote Learning Guidelines

Only students who have a mandated quarantine due to a COVID-19 related issue will be eligible for a 7-day or 14-day remote learning period, dependent on NJDOH guidelines.

We will not offer a remote learning option for students who may miss class for travel, college visits, athletic events, or illness unless it is directly related to a mandated COVID-19 quarantine.

Students quarantining for COVID exposure will be permitted to Zoom into class, pending approval by the division head (Ryan Liese or Boni Luna).

Teachers do not need to have Zoom running at the start of class and should not do so, unless they have been informed by the division office or grade deans that a student in their class is "Zooming in" due to a required COVID quarantine. Students should not be admitted to Zoom classes unless they or their parents/guardians have reached out to the division head and received permission.

Remote students can be provided with asynchronous work or with independent work to be carried out during class if they cannot participate in activities remotely (e.g. science labs).

Caitlin Skobo-Trought, Director of Academic Technology, is available to assist with any technology questions.

Any student learning remotely should have their camera on. Students without cameras on will not be considered remote learners and will be marked absent unless there is prior communication from the student.

Remote Learning Guidelines

Only students who have a mandated quarantine due to a COVID-19 related issue will be eligible for a 7-day or 14-day remote learning period, dependent on NJDOH guidelines.

We will not offer a remote learning option for students who may miss class for travel, college visits, athletic events, or illness unless it is directly related to a mandated COVID-19 quarantine.

Students quarantining for COVID exposure will be permitted to Zoom into class, pending approval by the division head (Ryan Liese or Boni Luna).

Teachers do not need to have Zoom running at the start of class and should not do so, unless they have been informed by the division office or grade deans that a student in their class is "Zooming in" due to a required COVID quarantine. Students should not be admitted to Zoom classes unless they or their parents/guardians have reached out to the division head and received permission.

Remote students can be provided with asynchronous work or with independent work to be carried out during class if they cannot participate in activities remotely (e.g. science labs).

Caitlin Skobo-Trought, Director of Academic Technology, is available to assist with any technology questions.

Any student learning remotely should have their camera on. Students without cameras on will not be considered remote learners and will be marked absent unless there is prior communication from the student.

Remote Learning Guidelines

Only students who have a mandated quarantine due to a COVID-19 related issue will be eligible for a 7-day or 14-day remote learning period, dependent on NJDOH guidelines.

We will not offer a remote learning option for students who may miss class for travel, college visits, athletic events, or illness unless it is directly related to a mandated COVID-19 quarantine.

Students quarantining for COVID exposure will be permitted to Zoom into class, pending approval by the division head (Ryan Liese or Boni Luna).

Teachers do not need to have Zoom running at the start of class and should not do so, unless they have been informed by the division office or grade deans that a student in their class is "Zooming in" due to a required COVID quarantine. Students should not be admitted to Zoom classes unless they or their parents/guardians have reached out to the division head and received permission.

Remote students can be provided with asynchronous work or with independent work to be carried out during class if they cannot participate in activities remotely (e.g. science labs).

Caitlin Skobo-Trought, Director of Academic Technology, is available to assist with any technology questions.

Any student learning remotely should have their camera on. Students without cameras on will not be considered remote learners and will be marked absent unless there is prior communication from the student.

Remote Learning Guidelines

Only students who have a mandated quarantine due to a COVID-19 related issue will be eligible for a 7-day or 14-day remote learning period, dependent on NJDOH guidelines.

We will not offer a remote learning option for students who may miss class for travel, college visits, athletic events, or illness unless it is directly related to a mandated COVID-19 quarantine.

Students quarantining for COVID exposure will be permitted to Zoom into class, pending approval by the division head (Ryan Liese or Boni Luna).

Teachers do not need to have Zoom running at the start of class and should not do so, unless they have been informed by the division office or grade deans that a student in their class is "Zooming in" due to a required COVID quarantine. Students should not be admitted to Zoom classes unless they or their parents/guardians have reached out to the division head and received permission.

Remote students can be provided with asynchronous work or with independent work to be carried out during class if they cannot participate in activities remotely (e.g. science labs).

Caitlin Skobo-Trought, Director of Academic Technology, is available to assist with any technology questions.

Any student learning remotely should have their camera on. Students without cameras on will not be considered remote learners and will be marked absent unless there is prior communication from the student.

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