Streator High School
Q: What is an e-learning day and why are we implementing it at Streator High School?
A: E-learning days can help avoid interruptions to class instruction when there is inclement weather or other situations that could affect attendance or other building situations. They also replace using emergency days at the end of the school year.
Q: How will my child access their materials on an e-learning day?
A: Students will access their materials on Google Classroom.
Q: How will my student check in for attendance purposes on an e-learning day?
A: Students must check in on their Google Classroom page of each class period. This must be done between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. There will be a Google Form that all students must fill out for each class period for it to count towards attendance.
Q: What if my child does not have internet access during an e-learning day?
A: The students must communicate with their teacher the day after an e-learning day about the assignment that they are responsible for completing.
Q: How do I or my student get in touch with my child’s teacher on an e-learning day?
A: Teachers will be available between 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. to answer emails.
Q: Who do I contact if I need help during an e-learning day?
A: If it is a technical issue you can email Rob Beck, Director of Technology - [email protected]
Q: What kind of activities / assignments will my child be doing on an e-learning day?
A: Assignments will be at the discretion of the teacher to keep the flow of the class going without disruption. Examples of assignments include but are not limited to: instructional videos, review of classroom content, reinforcement activities, journal entries, other digital assignments, etc...