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. 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 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 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 9:00 a.m. and 2:00 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...