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Elementary At-Home / Remote Learning Agendas: Second Semester Learning Agendas


The CIS team has created weekly agendas for you to share with your students so they can access the asynchronous video lessons.  Agendas will be posted on the Libguide (see the link below) each Tuesday for the following week.  Here are the steps for accessing the agendas and sharing them with your students and families.  

  1. Download the weekly learning agenda for your grade level from the Libguide. (link below)
  2. Personalize the learning agenda as you see fit to meet the needs of your learners and families.
  3. Share the agenda with your students and families this week. Teams is the recommended method for sharing the learning agenda with students and families. Many schools also already use Dojo, Seesaw, email and other means of communicating and that is fine, especially for collecting work from students and other communication.
    *NOTE: Students will need to have their Office 365 username and password in order to access the video links from the agenda.  You will want to make sure all of your students and families have their student's username and passwords before Monday.
  4. Please review the lessons for the next week and make sure that students will have their needed materials each week. (They are listed for each subject.) Many of the materials are accessible on the iPad so that should help you navigate our first week.
  5. Dual language lead teachers will share how to modify the agenda with dual teachers.  

We are so grateful for your leadership and commitment to your students. 


Below are some resources created by OPS staff to help troubleshoot some of the common issues with videos.  

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