Fast Facts for Blended Learners
This page is meant to provide basic information related to day-to-day operations for students.
Attendance to Class
- I understand I am scheduled for Blended Distance Learning.
- I have reviewed my schedule in Parent Portal and have contacted my counselor with questions.
- My first school day will be on Tuesday, September 8th at 9:00 AM.
- I must join each of my classes using a designated Google Code prior to September 8th.
- I will continue to join the Google Meet links for each of my remaining classes at their scheduled meeting times found in my student schedule.
- My day begins at 9:00 AM and ends at 4:05 PM just like I was at school.
- I understand that attendance will be taken daily in each of my classes, and I will follow the regular attendance policy covered in the student handbook.
- I am responsible for completing all assignments. I may have assignments in Google Classroom, SeeSaw, Edgenuity or another way my teacher has asked for my work to be shared.
- If I need assistance, I will ask my teacher. I may ask my teacher questions through Google Classroom, SeeSaw, email, or during the Google Meet at assigned times.
- I will participate in class discussions, assessments, and any other activities as assigned by my teacher.
- I understand that not attending a class will make it difficult for me to stay on track with assignments. I will still be responsible to make up missing work if an absence occur.
- I am responsible for maintaining my school assigned chromebook and internet access.
- I will immediately notify the CBHS Media Center via email or phone if I have technology issues.
- I will email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com or call 899-8786 ext. 1066 if I need technical support.
Communication and Professionalism
- I will communicate regularly and in a responsible manner with my teacher. If I have any concerns, I will let my teacher know immediately.
- I will follow the digital citizenship expectations and contribute to my classroom in a positive, constructive manner.
- I understand that I should follow the regular dress code while on the screen with my classes. I realize that I should also be aware of items showing in the background.
I will always have academic integrity when completing my assignments. This means I will not cheat, copy someone else’s work, or submit work that is untrue. I understand there may be consequences for my actions.
Having academic integrity means that student learning is demonstrated through student work products that are completely true and original. Cheating, plagiarism, and falsification are types of behaviors that do not demonstrate academic integrity.
- Cheating is “the inclination or practice of misleading others through lies or trickery.”
- Plagiarism is “the act of using another person's words or ideas without giving credit to that person”
- Falsification is submitting work that is fabricated (untrue).
If a student is determined to be in violation of the Berkeley County Academic Integrity Guidelines, his/her actions may result in administrative consequences, such as parent contact, alternative assignments, grade of zero (“0”), and/or disqualification from academic honor societies.