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The following attendance guidelines during Remote Learning have been established as a result of the requirements listed in SB 98,


  • *Documentation of daily participation for each pupil in each school day in whole or in part for which distance learning is provided.
  • *Daily participation may include evidence of participation in online activities, completion of regular assignments, completion of assessments and contacts between employees and pupils or parents or guardians
  • *A pupil who does not participate in distance learning on a school day shall be documented as absent for that school day
  • *A weekly engagement record completed for each pupil documenting synchronous or asynchronous instruction for each whole or partial day of distance learning, verifying daily participation and tracking assignments

Elementary Sites
Attendance in school during Remote Learning will be determined through the following processes:

  • *Acceptable participation in direct instructional activities
  • *Evidence of daily interaction in student work through submission to the teacher in the form of
  • 70% or more of assigned work or 5 assignments per week in ELA and
  • 70% or more of assigned work or 5 assignments per week in Math and
    • 1 assignment/project per week in Social Studies or Science
    • *Completion of assessments as determined by the teacher
    • *A pupil who does not participate daily shall be deemed absent
*Administration will contact parents whose students are not participating and/or turning in 70% of their classwork during Remote Learning.
*Attendance letters and SART contracts will be done during Remote Learning. So please watch your students work completion and participation.


Students will be graded on work completed during Remote Learning.
Teachers will grade assignments as they regularly would and post them every two weeks in Parent Connect.  Please see your teacher's syllabus for grading scales, when assignments are due, and how to communicate your questions and concerns with them. 

Student Behavior

Teachers will monitor for any inappropriate online behavior by a student or other participant.  This includes anyone who may be talking or walking around the area using inappropriate language, gestures, walking around in inappropriate clothing, etc. Teachers will report inappropriate actions by students or other participants to administration. School discipline procedures do apply when using district devices, and when communicating with teachers and students via email, Google Classroom, or Zoom/Google Meets. If concerns are reported by a teacher, an Administrator will contact parents.

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