Be considerate, courteous and respectful.
The tone of the online classroom should be a positive experience between online teachers and students.
Inappropriate behavior includes rudeness, back talk, swearing, name-calling, writing on or scratching school property other than workbooks, etc.
Students are required to log into and progress through each of their classes weekly. This includes completing work packets as applicable.
Students are expected to complete the assignments according to the pacing guides provided.
Listen to and follow directions of teachers, administrators, mentors, teacher aides, and other adults in authority.
Collaborate with teachers, mentor teachers, and other students.
Be organized, and prompt.
Keep track of your assignments, and make sure to turn them in close to the due date.
Show respect for school property and the property of others.
Take care of computers if the school has assigned one.
Be responsible for your own learning. Take responsibility for your actions and your success.
Get help when you need it.
Bring problems and concerns to the attention of an adult.
Connect with your teacher and take advantage of the support they have to offer.
Contact the teacher before you fall behind in your class or classes, or run into problems.
Prepare for tests.
Become self-motivated, lifelong independent learners.