Beginning April 6th, students will be using their OneNote notebook for all instructions as well as learning activities throughout the remainder of the year (as we have done since January). After opening their OneNote notebook, they will see a new section (under the 'Welcome' tab) called 'Distance Learning'. The class schedule along with assignments will be posted there. Please email me with any questions you may have.
Daily Expectations for Students
·Attend our classroom check-in during office hours if needed.
·Check the class OneNote notebook under the 'Distance Learning' tab for our weekly assignments.
·Complete and submit assignments by the due date.
·Abide by CB Online Meeting Guidelines, found here.
I will be available to parents and students each day from 9 - 2:30. You can reach me via email or 'live' during the listed office hours for each course (listed in the class OneNote notebook under the 'Distance Learning' tab).
Our classroom will be using OneNote as the primary mode of assigning and collecting work. This can be accomplished online or with the downloaded application.
All instructions for each course will be posted within the 'Distance Learning' tab in the OneNote class notebook. Students should download the Microsoft 365 application (www.cbsd.org/365) on their computers if possible. Parents may email teacher for a link to the student's section of the notebook.
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