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  • Schoology

    Our district is excited to introduce our new learning management system, Schoology. This system will be used for both our distance learning and hybrid model. Click on Schoology Headline to click on the youtube video to learn more about how Schoology will provide a single sign-on for students, families and staff with access to assignments, grades, videos, resources, emailing your teachers and video conferencing. This will be the primary communication tool for parents and students to communicate with their teachers. You will receive your login information in a few weeks.

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  • Chromebooks and Accessories

    Each student should have access to their own computer device such as a chromebook. A survey will be coming out for you to request a chromebook for your child. We also have headsets available for students to use so if you have multiple students online at the same time, it will minimize interruption. If you have internet needs, please also indicate on the upcoming survey. If your needs change following the survey, please contact the principal.

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  • Distance Learning Tips

    Here are some tips for parents to support the Distance Learning Model. C- Check your child’s Schoology account daily. H- Help your child by keeping school work organized E- Email teachers when you need assistance. C- Create a quiet learning environment for your child. K-Keep up with your child’s progress and make learning a priority.

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  • Be a Stingray Star

    Jackson Avenue's school-wide expectations are to Be Scholarly (I think about the choices I am making); Be Trustworthy (I make the same choice when an adult is looking and when they are not); Be Accepting (I am kind to the people around me); and Be Responsible (I know the school rules, I take care of the things around me, and I always do my best). We celebrate these expectations at our weekly Wednesday morning meetings before we go into the classroom. Students wear their Stingray Colors (yellow and black).

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