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Calumet High School Learning Plan- Term 4, April 6th - end of 2019-2020 School Year

This learning plan covers all Term 4 courses from April 6th to the end of the 2019-2020 school year.

The purpose of this document is to outline the learning plan for Calumet High School students. Though school is not in session traditionally, it is the goal of Calumet Public Schools for all of our students to have educational opportunities that allow for academic skills to be maintained, or even advanced.

Online resources, books, packets, and laptops are just a few of the educational opportunities being made available to our students. We aim to create an effective independent learning plan for our students to sustain/advance their current level of learning. We are confident that with your partnership during this unprecedented time, Calumet High School students will continue to thrive.

We will continue to utilize our Learning Management System called Schoology to deliver online content to your student(s). If you would like parent access to Schoology, please contact the high school office at 337-0311. If you do not have good internet access and would prefer a paper version of the activities, please contact the high school office. Please contact CHS Principal, Jennifer Peters, with any questions, email jpeters@clkschools.org.

If you have specific questions about work posted on Schoology, please email the teacher of that course.

 

Earning Credit for Term 4 and Semester 2

Students will either earn credit, no credit, or an incomplete for Term 4. To earn credit a student must be passing. If a student is not passing an incomplete will be issued until the district deems an adequate opportunity has been provided to the student to complete missing work.

To earn credit for Semester 2 a student must be passing. All other students will be issued an incomplete until the district deems an adequate opportunity has been provided to the student to complete make-up work to earn credit or no credit.

 

Special Education

The regular education learning plan for students will be found in Schoology for each class. Your child’s special education teacher has reviewed these learning plans. If accommodations and modifications are necessary for your child to access learning during this time, you will receive an email with accommodations and modifications for your child. If you find your child is experiencing difficulty with the learning plan, please email your child’s special education teacher.

 

Early College

Early College Classes are continuing online per Gogebic Community College. All students in GCC Early College classes that meet at Calumet High School should be accessing course content using Schoology. Grades will be issued for these courses. They are set to be completed the week of May 4th. If your student is in a college class they have to do the assigned work or risk failure.

 

Technology

Your student should have a laptop to use that was issued at the start of the school year. If your child’s laptop is at school, please contact the office to make arrangements to pick it up.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide for any type of repair of laptops during the mandatory school closings. If you are experiencing technical issues with your laptop, please contact the REMC1 help desk at 487-7624.Your student should have a laptop to use as all students had a laptop issued to them at the start of the school year. If your child’s laptop is at school, please contact the office to make arrangements to pick it up.

Unfortunately, we will not be able to provide for any type of repair of laptops during the mandatory school closings. If you are experiencing technical issues like not being able to get on the internet, please contact the REMC1 help desk at 487-7624.

 

Resources

Schoology - Calumet High School students will access online learning resources using Schoology. Students are asked to log in and access each of their classes. If your student does not know how to log in to Schoology or does not have access to the necessary technology, please contact the high school office at 337-0311 ext. 2203.

All other course-specific resources will be linked within students’ Schoology courses.