E-Learning Day
  • 11/13/2020 and 11/16/20 eLearning Days
    The assignment for today is posted in the Google Classroom Assignment page.  Be sure to complete the Attendance Survey posted in Google Classroom.

     
    11/03/2020 eLearning Day
    The assignment for today is posted in the Google Classroom Assignment page.  Be sure to complete the Attendance Survey.  The link for the survey will posted by 7:15 am.
     
     

    10/13-14/2020 eLearning Day
    The assignment for today is posted in the Google Classroom page.  Be sure to complete the Attendance Survey.
     
     

    09/21/2020 eLearning Day
    The assignment for today is posted in the Google Classroom page.  Be sure to complete the Attendance Survey.

     
    Virtual School - 2020/21
    I am using Zoom and Google Classroom this year for class meetings and to post assignments.  The link for the Zoom meetings will be on the Google Classroom page for your class period.
     
    All students need to attend the Zoom meeting every day your class meets (Blue/Gray). 
    *I will be putting in a survey you need to complete for attendance each day during your assigned class period time.  The survey will change daily and there will be a time limit on when the survey can be completed.   
    *I must be able to see you on your computer during Zoom meetings so make sure your computer camera is pointed to you. 
     
     
    Credit Recovery - students will continue to use Edmentum for your courses, but students will need to go into Google Classroom at the beginning of the class period for announcements and our class Zoom meeting BEFORE beginning in Edmentum.
     
    Resource - students will need to go into Google classroom and log into the Zoom meeting for announcements, attendance, and MUST stay logged into the Zoom meeting the entire Resource class period so I can help you if needed.
     
    I will be using GoGuardian on my computer to monitor all students in order to ensure you are working on class material, and using your time wisely to complete class assignments.
     
    If you need Tech assistance - call (219) 873-2141 or email at support@mcas.k12.in.us
     
     
     

    Virtual School - Tuesday, May 12, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    Congrats to JaRese Bishop for earning another credit!!!
    The last day for earning credits in CR is 4:00 pm on 5/26.  Keep working on those classes in order to earn those credits.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    Keep working on your class assignments to get all of them turned in for grading.  Let me know if you need help with anything.  Remember...the last day for turning in assignments is May 20th.

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions.
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us
     

     Virtual School - Monday, May 11, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    Congratulations to Alexis Newell, Austin Brandy, and JaRese Bishop for earning credits last week!!!  
    The last day for earning credits in CR is 4:00 pm on 5/26.  Keep working on those classes in order to earn those credits.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    Keep working on your class assignments to get all of them turned in for grading.  Let me know if you need help with anything.  Remember...the last day for turning in assignments is May 20th.

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions.
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us
     

     Virtual School -- Wednesday, May 6, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    Congratulations to Alexis Newell for earning another credit!!!  She is ready to graduate.
    Everyone else keep working for those credits.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    Keep working on your classes...Almost finished.

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions.
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     Virtual School -- Tuesday, May 5, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO!
    Please continue working towards earning those credits.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    HAPPY CINCO DE MAYO!

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions.
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

    Virtual School -- Monday, May 4, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    Congratulations to Austin Norrick, Blake Bellamy, JaRese Bishop, Kayle Handtke, Thurmesha Stigler, Zarria Ivy, and Jaynise Kelley for earning credits last week.  Great Job!!!!

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

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    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions.
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     Virtual School -- Wednesday, April 29, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    Congratulations to Austin Norrick for earning another credit!!!

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    I hope all of you are staying safe and healthy.   Miss you!

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

    Virtual School -- Tuesday, April 28, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    I hope all of you are staying safe and healthy.   Miss you!

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    I hope all of you are staying safe and healthy.   Miss you!

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     Virtual School -- Monday, April 26, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    Congratulations to the following students for earning credits in CR last week and over the weekend:  Alexis Newell, Michael Bradford, Shelley Miller, Austin Norrick, JaRese Bishop, Jaynise Kelley.  A total of 12 credits in all!!!

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description

    Steps of the Lesson:

     

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

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    Thank you to Dajiunna, De'Ja, and Jaynise.  These are the only 3 students in my Resource classes that consistently stay in touch with me. 

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

    Virtual School -- Wednesday, April 22, 2020

    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    * Wow!!! A lot of work happening in CR yesterday.  Great Job!
    ***Please keep in mind the new ending date of the school year and work on getting your credits.  Encourage your friends to finish their credits.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    * If you didn't see my video on Monday, scroll down to view.

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     Virtual School -- Tuesday, April 21, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    * Congrats to Alexis Newell for earning a credit!  Great job!
    ** If you didn't see my video on Monday, please scroll down to view
    ***Please keep in mind the new ending date of the school year and work on getting your credits.  Encourage your friends to finish their credits.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    * If you didn't see my video on Monday, scroll down to view.

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us
     
    Virtual School -- Monday, April 20, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    **Congrats to Jaynise Kelley who earned another credit over the weekend!
    *** Please keep in mind the new ending date of the school year and work on getting your credits.  Encourage your friends to finish their credits.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    ResVid9

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     Virtual School -- Wednesday, April 15, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    **Announcement - Schedule Change**
    The last day of school for students is now May 13th!!! Spread the word for everyone to get going on their Credit Recovery classes to get them finished and earn those credits!  You have less than 1 month left.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

    Virtual School -- Tuesday, April 14, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    **Announcement - Schedule Change**
    The last day of school for students is now May 13th!!! Spread the word for everyone to get going on their Credit Recovery classes to get them finished and earn those credits!  You have less than 1 month left.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us


    Virtual School -- Monday, April 13, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    Welcome back!! I hope everyone had a restful Spring Break and are ready to finish out the rest of the school year strong.
    Congrats to Mason Alderson who earned another credit over the break!  
    Please reach out to your friends and encourage them to finish the school year strong getting all the credits they can in order to graduate on time.
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours)

    Welcome back!! I hope everyone had a restful Spring Break and are ready to finish out the rest of the school year strong.
    Please reach out to your friends and encourage them to finish the school year strong getting all the credits they can in order to graduate on time. 

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day. 
    Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us


     Virtual School -- Friday, April 3, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    ** scroll down to view my Thurs video if you haven't seen it already
    Congrats!  JaRese Bishop earned another credit.  Way to go!!
    I hope everyone of you enjoys your spring break and comes back ready to finish out the semester strong.
    Favor to ask ---  Please reach out to all of your friends and encourage them to work on their class assignments.  Many students are MIA during Virtual School, and it's impacting their grades and credits towards graduation.  THANKS!
     
    ....and as always....
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) 

    ** I heard from many of the resource students yesterday which I always enjoy.  Glad so many of you are staying safe.

    I hope everyone of you enjoys your spring break and comes back ready to finish out the semester strong.

    ** scroll down to view my Thurs video if you haven't seen it already

    Favor to ask ---  Please reach out to all of your friends and encourage them to work on their class assignments.  Many students are MIA during Virtual School, and it's impacting their grades and credits towards graduation.  THANKS!

    and as always...

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us


     
    Virtual School -- Thursday, April 2, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
     Congrats!  We have 3 seniors who have completed all their CR courses!!
    Favor to ask ---  Please reach out to all of your friends and encourage them to work on their class assignments.  Many students are MIA during Virtual School, and it's impacting their grades and credits towards graduation.  THANKS!
    ....and as always....
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) 

    RESVid7

    Favor to ask ---  Please reach out to all of your friends and encourage them to work on their class assignments.  Many students are MIA during Virtual School, and it's impacting their grades and credits towards graduation.  THANKS!
    and as always...

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us


    Virtual School -- Wednesday, April 1, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    HAPPY APRIL FOOL'S DAY!!
    Joke - What kind of exams do witches give?  Email me your answer and I'll let you know if you are right.
    Favor to ask ---  Please reach out to all of your friends and encourage them to work on their class assignments.  Many students are MIA during Virtual School, and it's impacting their grades and credits towards graduation.  THANKS!
     
     
    and as always....
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) 

    HAPPY APRIL FOOL'S DAY!!!
    Joke - Why did the teacher wear sunglasses?  Email me with your answer and I'll let you know if you are right.
    Favor to ask ---  Please reach out to all of your friends and encourage them to work on their class assignments.  Many students are MIA during Virtual School, and it's impacting their grades and credits towards graduation.  THANKS!
    and as always...

    *If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     
    Virtual School -- Tuesday, March 31, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    *Please reach out to your friends and encourage them to work on their classes.  
    **if you haven't seen my video posted on Monday, you can scroll down to view
     
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) 

    *Please reach out to your friends and encourage them to work on their classes.  

    **if you haven't already seen my video posted on Monday, scroll down to view

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     
     

    Virtual School -- Monday, March 30, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    CRVid6 - please watch my new video
     
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) 

    ResVid6 - please watch my new video

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us


     Virtual School -- Friday, March 27, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    please watch my video posted on Thursday if you haven't seen it
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) 

    please watch my new video posted on Thursday if you haven't already seen it

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date and your name.  Let me know if there are any issues you are having with your classes or if I can help you in anyway.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     

    Virtual School -- Thursday, March 26, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    CRVid5 - please watch  my new video
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) 

    ResVid5 - please watch my new video

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date, your name, & tell me how your classwork is going in your classes.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us

     

    Virtual School -- Wednesday, March 25, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    * Congratulations to Genieya who earned her 9th credit yesterday in Credit Recovery this year!!!
    * If you didn't see my videos posted from yesterday, please scroll down to Tuesday's entry and watch it.
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    * If you didn't watch my video posted on Tuesday, please scroll down to watch it

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
     
    1)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us


     Virtual School -- Tuesday, March 24, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    CRVideo4  - please watch my  new video
     
    *Good video about self-quarantine and why relevant to you  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OjjWh-8Iv0&feature=youtu.be
    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    ResVideo4 - Please watch my new video

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    *Good video about self-quarantine and why relevant to you  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OjjWh-8Iv0&feature=youtu.be

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.

    Lesson Description: 
     
    1)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 

     ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us


    Virtual School -- Monday, March 23, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
     
    I hope all of you are doing well and staying safe.  Thank you to all of you who logged into your Credit Recovery classes last week and worked on tutorials.
     
    Seniors - I set up 2 web conferences this week with the seniors I have on my rosters.  One for Monday from 8:00-8:15 am, and one for Tues at 9:00 am.  All the seniors who still have credits to get were sent an email about these meetings, and I had ONE student log into the meeting with me on Monday.  These web meetings are part of your schooling, and you need to attend them when I scheduled them.  Please try to be better about staying in touch with me, working on your assigned courses in Credit Recovery, and attending meetings when I schedule them.
     

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 9:00 - 3:00 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions 

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
     
    1)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us
     

    Virtual School -- Friday, March 20, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)

    CRVideo3 - please watch new video
     
    UPDATES - 1)  Gov. Holcomb announced schools are closed until at least May 1st. 
    2) If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141
     
    3)  POST-TESTS are now being allowed to be taken at home after you have completed all parts of a unit.  Email me when you are ready to take a post-tests.  At this time, End of Semester Finals are not being allowed to be taken at home.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 7:25-2:15 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions 

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    Resource Vid 3 - please watch my new video

    *Gov. Holcomb announced schools will be closed until at least May 1st.

    **If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us 

     Virtual School -- Thursday, March 19, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
    If you didn't see the video I posted on Wednesday, please scroll down and watch it.
     
    UPDATES - 1) If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141
     
    2)  POST-TESTS are now being allowed to be taken at home after you have completed all parts of a unit.  Email me when you are ready to take a post-tests.  At this time, End of Semester Finals are not being allowed to be taken at home.

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 7:25-2:15 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions 

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
    1)  If you didn't see the video I posted yesterday, please scroll down to the video posted on Wednesday to watch it.
    2)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    3)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us 

     Virtual School -- Wednesday, March 18, 2020
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
     
    CRVid2  < take a few minutes to watch my video
     
    UPDATES - 1) If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141
     
    2)  POST-TESTS are now being allowed to be taken at home after you have completed all parts of a unit.  Email me when you are ready to take a post-tests.  At this time, End of Semester Finals are not being allowed to be taken at home.
     

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent a minumum of 15 minutes (ideally 20-30 minutes) working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 7:25-2:15 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions 
     

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    Resource2  < take a few minutes to watch my video

    If you are having any tech issues, call 873-2000 ext. 8359 or 873-2141

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us 

     
    Virtual School -- Tuesday, March 17, 2020
     
     
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)
     

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent at least 15 minutes working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 7:25-2:15 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions 
     

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    Resource Vid 1

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us 

     
    Virtual School -- Monday, March 16, 2020
     
     
    Credit Recovery (Periods 1, 2, 5, and 7)

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Remember to work the Credit Recovery Protocol - tutorial, notes, tests. 

    If I see that you are taking and passing Mastery tests, without having spent at least 15 minutes working through the tutorials, I will reset the Mastery tests and lock them down on you.

    2)  Spend at minimum 30 minutes per day in your Credit Recovery classes.  You need to keep up your pace or you won't be able to get the credits you need before the end of the school year.  I will be monitoring daily progress and time on your classes in order to take Attendance.

    3)  Check your email in Credit Recovery daily. There will be messages sent to you.  Also use this as a way to contact me about your classes - if you need something reset, opened, or if you are ready to be put into another class.  I will be available Mon-Fri from 7:25-2:15 to answer emails.  Make sure your emails to me are in relation to your classes.

    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us or through the Edmentum email if you have any questions 
     

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -

    Resource Vid 1

    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date & your name each day while we are in Virtual School.
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  Keep up with your classwork for each class.  If you are having any issues, email me if you think I can help in anyway or if you have questions.
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us 

    E-Learning Day --  Monday, March 2, 2020
     
     

    E-Learning Day --  Wednesday, February 26, 2020
     

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  After you've read thru the lesson posted, please send an email to me with today's date so I know you've looked at my eLearning page today

    2)  Read and listen to a tutorial 

    3)  Take notes using the provided Guided Notes or your own notes. Please try to work for 30 minutes on a tutorial/mastery test.

    4)   Complete a Mastery Test for the tutorial.  You can email me or send a Hangouts message if you need something opened or reset in your class.

    Work to be turned in:  Bring your notes the next day we have school to be approved and signed 

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -
    I can... work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with today's date after you've read through the assignment so I know who has visited my eLearning page. 
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us if you have any questions regarding the lesson posted.
     
     

    E-Learning Day --  Thursday, February 13, 2020
     

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  After you've read thru the lesson posted, please send an email to me with your name so I know you've looked at my eLearning page

    2)  Read and listen to a tutorial 

    3)  Take notes using the provided Guided Notes or your own notes. Please try to work for 30 minutes on a tutorial/mastery test.

    4)   Complete a Mastery Test for the tutorial.  You can email me or send a Hangouts message if you need something opened or reset in your class.

    Work to be turned in:  Bring your notes the next day we have school to be approved and signed 

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -
    I can work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description: 
    1)  Email me with your name after you've read through the assignment so I know who has visited my eLearning page. 
    2)  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us if you have any questions regarding the lesson posted.
     
    E-Learning Day --  Thursday & Friday, January 30-31, 2020
     
    E-Learning Day --  Monday, December 9, 2019
     
     
    E-Learning Day --  Tuesday, November 12, 2019
     
    E-Learning Day --  Tuesday, November 5, 2019
     
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    E-Learning Day --  Friday, October 11, 2019
     
      
     Credit Recovery

    I can... Read, listen to, and take notes on a tutorial for the class I'm currently enrolled.

    Lesson Description:

    Steps of the Lesson:

    1)  Read and listen to the tutorial

    2)  Take notes using the provided Guided Notes or your own notes

    3)   Complete a Mastery Test for the tutorial.

    Work to be turned in:  Bring your notes the following day to be approved.

    Resource (6th and 8th hours) -
     
    I can work to complete assignments for my various classes and turn them in for grading.
    Lesson Description:  Work on assignments for your different classes in order to get attendance credit for the day.  
    Work to be turned in:  according to each teacher's directions. 
     
     
    ** All students can email me at kvarnhagen@mcas.k12.in.us if you have any questions regarding the lesson posted.
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