REMOTE LEARNING INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS
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ONLINE STUDENT ETIQUETTE FOR REMOTE INSTRUCTION
During this time of remote instruction, there will be many opportunities for “live” instruction that you will be required to attend with the camera turned on, starting with homeroom. It is our expectation that these “live” classes adhere to the same scholastic and behavioral expectations that would be expected during in-person instruction. Therefore, we have compiled some mandatory guidelines that will help to ensure this.
Although students will not be required to wear their uniforms, we expect you to be appropriately dressed for all live class sessions. All clothing worn must conform to the “Permissible Dress” guidelines below.
You may not attend “live” classes while in or on your bed. You should be at a desk or table and chair that is your designated workspace.
The space visible behind and around you, while attending a “live” class, should not be overly adorned or distracting.
There should be adequate lighting so that you can be seen and are able to participate in a meaningful way.
You must be visible in the frame; therefore, the camera must be pointed at you and not at a blank wall or other area of the room.
You may not engage in any other activity while attending “live” classes, i.e. watching tv, eating, drinking, looking at your phone or working on assignments for other classes.
PERMISSIBLE DRESS DURING REMOTE LEARNING (Rev. Feb. 2021)
Students may dress casually in school-appropriate attire.
Please adhere to the following guidelines:
Students may not wear:
tops which fail to cover midriff or cleavage; no tank tops with spaghetti straps
sunglasses, hats or “bonnets”. Scarves covering hair are permissible.
Hoodies are acceptable, though the hoods may not be worn on the head.