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Remote Learning Continuity Plan


Welcome to SRVUSD Remote Learning Website. This is the place to go for information to support parents and students as we navigate this new learning environment. 

The top priority of the SRVUSD during this time is the health and safety of its students, staff,  and community. We have three overarching goals on which we are going to focus.

Support Instructional Continuity

Under these unprecedented circumstances, SRVUSD’s focus is on maintaining a safe environment, while providing a framework that enables quality learning and educational experiences for all of our students.

Provide Access to All Students

SRVUSD remains committed to providing equitable learning environments for all students.  This includes support for students with disabilities, English Language Learners, those in need of social-emotional support and those in need of technology. 

Maintain Connections

Amid social distancing, we need to remain connected.  We will leverage technology to maintain the personal connections we depend on -- with students, faculty, administrators and our community.

What Families Can Expect

Instruction will take place via an online Learning Management System like Google Classroom, Seesaw, etc. Your teacher(s) will share with you what they plan to use.

By 9 a.m. Monday of each week teachers will email:

  • Elementary Parents
  • Secondary Parents and Students

Teachers will hold virtual office hours at a specific time each week to engage in course-related discussions where students ask for extra help or seek clarification on material.

Coursework will focus on new learning and meeting the Essential Standards.

Grading:

  • Elementary students: Standards-based grading will remain the same.
  • Secondary students: 4th quarter and semester grades will be either Pass (P) or No Mark (NM). 
    • Pass = Receives credit for the course
    • No Mark = No participation = No credit for the course
    • Neither the Pass nor No Mark score have an impact on GPA