GASD Online Learners:
- Students in 9-12 will use the learning platform Canvas for their learning experiences.
- Check in each school day on the Warrior Way Course located on CANVAS by 3:05 PM. Select the "R" button for fully remote learners to access the sign-in form.
- Participate in all courses each day Monday through Friday for a minimum of 4 hours (240 minutes) each 24 hour period M-F (12:00 am - 11:59 pm)
- Complete a variety of asynchronous learning activities -such as, but not limited to - discussion posts, assignments, assessments, other online or offline activities
- Participate in synchronous sessions as scheduled by individual teachers or requested by students
- Check Canvas daily and reply to teacher communications within 24 hours (M-F)
- Communicate questions or concerns with the teacher via Canvas Inbox or Gmail (if using Gmail, check for responses daily).
- Students in 9-12 are expected to be physically present for all scheduled courses on assigned face-to-face learning days. Students will use the learning platform Canvas for their learning experiences on remote learning days.
- Attendance will be taken each class period to account for students scheduled for face-to-face learning.
- Check in each school day on the Warrior Way Course located on CANVAS by 3:05 PM. Select the button that applies to YOUR schedule (A,B,or C) to access the sign-in form. This check-in is the primary tool for attendance on remote learning days.
- Students may be marked absent for failing to complete the daily assigned tasks on remote learning days. Students are expected to participate in all courses each day. At a minimum, students should expect to invest 4 hours (240 minutes) on remote learning days (possibly more). It's to be a day of learning.
- Communicate questions or concerns with the teacher via Canvas Inbox or Gmail.
*Parents/Guardians should provide an excuse when a student is unable to attend school (physically or remotely) as expected. It is preferred that these notes are submitted electronically through Skyward when possible. Here is a LINK to directions for this process.