Dear Families,

Our SGI students and staff will shift to remote learning beginning Monday, November 30th. SHS teachers and I have worked to develop a schedule that is a combination of both live online meeting (synchronous) time and independent student work time. This means that students will receive direct instruction for a portion of their day accompanied with independent instructional activities. We have developed a schedule where ALL high school students would run through their “A” day schedule on Monday & Tuesday followed by their “B” day schedule on Thursday & Friday. This means the Purple and Gold cohorts would be combined and all SHS students would follow this schedule four days a week. We will continue with our current schedule on Wednesday where teachers are available to support students and provide additional one-on-one help and students can utilize the time for independent completion of projects and assignments.

The schedule for our students can be found in the link above. Students are expected and required to attend all classes during their assigned periods throughout the day and attendance will be taken each period. Teachers will also be available to students for support during times designated as “student work time.” During our time on full remote, assignments will be graded as normal and student progress can be tracked in the Powerschool Parent Portal. Teachers will continue to work with students to prepare them for the shift to full remote leading up to November 30th.

Helpful Resources During Full Remote
Technology Support592-3213
Academic Help Line592-3247
Main Office592-3202 (HS MAIN)
Student Services592-3284 (HS Student Services)

Again, we want to remember that we anticipate this being a temporary situation but also want learning for our students to continue. We will look forward to welcoming your students back into the High School building as soon as possible. In the meantime, please stay safe and healthy. If there is anything we can do to help, please do not hesitate to reach out.


James E. Bialasik