1. Joining the classroom
Students will log into their cps.edu accounts on their computers to join their classrooms.
2. Following classroom procedures
Students should maintain a distraction free learning space in their home where they can focus on instruction.
3. Instructors and classroom supervision
Students will begin their day with their homeroom teacher and all instruction will be provided through their computers. Additional teachers could rotate in during the day to lead classes across subjects or to provide breaks for staff.
4. Real time virtual instruction
An elementary student's day remote learning will mirror a day learning at school. It will include a mix of real-time instruction with their teacher and classmates, small group activities, and independent learning time during each of their classes. All CPS students will receive several hours of live instruction every day.
5. Lunch and breaks throughout the day
Elementary school students will have independent time for lunch as well as short breaks during the school day.
6. Receiving student services
Related service providers, English learner teachers, diverse learner teachers, and social emotional learning specialists, among others, will continue to provide student services. These staff members will schedule virtual sessions with remote students.
7. Ending the school day
At the end of the remote learning day, students will log-off and exit their computers.