Expectation for Remote Learning

CGCSD REMOTE LEARNING @ HOME is a remote learning opportunity that will allow students to engage in high quality learning experiences, utilize instructional resources and meaningfully connect with their teachers and other students. All activities will be designed to meet the needs of the student in the online environment through differentiated experiences that are consistent with those of their grade-level peers attending face-to-face.

-Teachers will teach remote students from their classrooms or other assigned CGCSD facilities.

-In this setting, teachers will also provide instruction, learning resources and support using Seesaw, Microsoft Teams, or Zoom.

-Parents will support students as a “learning coach” and ensure they have access to a device, a place to work and are engaged in virtual learning activities.

-We will ensure open lines of communication between teachers, students, and parents as we work together to ensure each student is academically and socially-emotionally future ready.

-Teachers will utilize the same curriculum as students who attend face-to-face instruction and will design strategies for learning in the remote environment.

-Grading will be consistent with the guidelines and practices used in all face-to-face instruction.

Remote Synchronous Learning is defined as two-way, real-time, live, instruction between teachers and students, through the computer or other electronic devices. Students enrolled in CGCSD REMOTE LEARNING @ HOME will be assigned a virtual class schedule and must be available for live, synchronous instruction.

CGCSD student expectations for synchronous learning:

-Students attend class on time, per their class schedule.

-Students will follow CGCSD dress code.

-Students are ready to engage and learn.

-Students should have a designated, distraction-free workspace to engage in learning.

-Students will show their face on the screen to engage with the teacher virtually.

-Students will participate in the class activities, discussions and assignments.



While in a remote learning environment, time management is critical to success. Students and teachers must remain in communication regarding daily schedules and assignments. As with any traditional course, there is a risk of receiving a lower grade if a student falls behind. If students are struggling with time management, then the parent or student should contact the teacher for additional assistance.