• Happy February! 

    The school year is flying by!

    Students have just finished their Math Mid-Year Diagnostic and I am seeing growth accross the board. I hope to continue this trend throughout the rest of the school year!

    The most important update to our schedule is our return to the hybrid model! Please see the home page or the E-Learning Page for the zoom link to join our Monday and Friday live instruction.

    Hybrid Model

    Monday: Online zoom link and online learning

    Tuesday-Thursday: IN PERSON learning at Lake Hills

    Friday: Online zoom link and online learning

    All assignments and expectations will be communicated through zoom and google classroom:

    Our primary source for live lessons is Zoom.

    Our primary source for school work/assignments is Google Classroom. 

    These tools for instruction will remain the same throughout the rest of this Hybrid Model learning.  


    I have finalized a schedule for the Synchronous/Asynchronous/Independent school day during the hybrid model as follows:

    8:45-9:50 (Zoom Conference)- Morning Meeting, Daily Special 

    9:50-11:25 Live Instruction Math Lesson 

    11:25-11:55 (Google Classroom)- Skill Practice/informal assessment/small-group

    11:55-12:30 (Break)- Lunch Time 

    12:30-2:30 (Zoom Conference)- CREW, Live Instruction EL Module Lesson,  EL 'ALL BlOCK'

    2:30-3:00 (Google Classroom)- Skill Practice/informal assessment/additional small-group work

    Throughout 11:25-11:55 & 12:30-3:00; I am available via GoGuardian to individually assist and monitor students during their independent portion of the online school day. 


    February 15th  -  President's Day! No School

    February 26th - 2nd Trimester Ends (Students with missing assignments have been emailed both missing work and grade reports and should be actively working on those things to be sure they raise their grades before this deadline.)

    As always, please reach out if you have any questions regarding the schedule or expected school work. Questions/Comments/Concerns are always welcome and helpful! 

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