Coronavirus Resources for Schools

Fremont USD Guide to Remote Learning

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1 FUHSD GUIDE TO REMOTE LEARNING FOR STUDENTS AND PARENTS Welcome to Remote Learning in FUHSD. We realize that this school closure is a big change and that you may be feeling anxious about what this means for your education. This guide will help you understand what Remote Learning will look like for you, and how you can be successful in this different learning environment. What is Remote Learning and what do students/families need? It is important to remember that while you are not physically in school, school is still in session and you are expected to engage in your coursework. Remote Learning means that you are attending class online, completing and submitting assignments, and interacting with your teachers using the online tools designated by your teachers and supported by the District. Having these tools will help your students be able to complete their assignments: ● Essential: computer or mobile device, internet access*, paper to take notes and work through problems/assignments. If you do not have the essentials, please fill out the Technology Request Form: or contact your school by phone to borrow a Chromebook and/or Internet Hot-Spot. ● Ideal (would help if your student had access to these, but not essential): Headphones or headset, microphone, webcam for online meetings, printer or scanner. *If you don't have internet access at home, Comcast is offering 2 months for free in addition to their $10/month program: The district is also providing Chromebooks and wireless hotspots so please fill out the form: Information for Students What will my classes look like? What can I expect from my teachers? What will be expected of me? School Loop or Schoology (our district's new learning management system) will be the homebase for your classes. Your teachers will communicate to you in their Remote Learning Green Sheet (syllabus) which system they will use. It is possible that you may be using one system for some classes and the other system for other classes. Teachers will post assignments, resources, and grades through this system.

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