Friday, your child should have arrived home with all of the items from their lockers. This means they will have all of their necessary textbooks and Chromebooks (if chosen to sign out), home with them, until we return to school on April 13th.
Here at Muskegon Catholic Central, we are very blessed that each student has been provided a Chromebook as e-learning will be a vital tool in order for students to be successful during this extended absence from school. It will also allow us to keep students academically on track, upon their return.
Here are the steps that students will need to take, each school day, beginning Wednesday, March 18th.
Each instructional day (Monday-Friday) from March 18th-April 2nd, your child MUST make contact with their teacher by noon - this is how school attendance will be accounted for and how teachers will submit attendance via the PowerSchool system.
Teachers will each be unique in their instruction and students should pay attention to each of their requirements.
Students WILL still receive grades on assignments, tests and/or quizzes that are provided to them, and will be expected to turn these assignments back in to their teachers via google classroom or other online tools by the assigned time in order to receive credit.
If your child has any technological needs or you do not have internet access, please respond to me via email only at [email protected].
Teachers and coaches are not allowed to meet with students in groups or individually during this mandated time period off campus. Student/teacher interactions are to occur via virtual and online systems only.
We understand this will be a learning process for all involved and we appreciate your patience with us through the next few weeks. I will continue to update you as we receive additional information on this pandemic and how it will affect our faculty, staff and students.
Let us take a moment to say a prayer together:
Think, O' God, of our friend who is ill, whom we now commend to Your compassionate regard.
Comfort them upon their sickbed, and ease their suffering. We beg for deliverance, and submit that no healing is too hard for the Lord, if it be His will.
We therefore pray that You bless our friends with Your loving care, renew their strength, and heal what ails them in Your loving name.
Thank You, Lord. Amen.
Posted on Mon, March 16, 2020
by Kimberly Plyler