Remote Continuous Learning
JULY UPDATE: Please refer to Our Plan for Reopening Snoqualmie Valley Schools in Fall 2020 for information regarding the 2020-21 school year...
At this time, the district has provided our families a choice between 100% Fulltime Remote Learning, as well as hybrid learning models that involve a combination of in-school and at-home learning. For those who do not choose the Fulltime Remote Learning option, instruction for grades K-2 (if space allows) will take place in the In-Person Fulltime Model with students attending school 4-5 days a week. Students in some special programs such as: Preschool, Life Skills and Specialty classes, and the Transition Learning Center will also receive In-Person Fulltime support. Students in grades 3-12 (if space allows) have the option of an A/B Hybrid Rotation model which includes attending school two full days a week, with three days of at-home learning. (Wednesdays are still to be determined.) Results of the Parent Survey will help guide planning, scheduling and staffing decisions.
NOTE: The district will follow in-depth safety guidelines required by the state and Department of Health for all Washington State schools for all in-person learning; this includes wearing masks, social distancing, regular hand hygiene, regular disinfecting common-touch areas, health monitoring/tracking, etc.
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Related to the 2019-20 school year...
Continuous Learning Plans
Final Teaching & Learning update for the 2019-20 School Year: click here
(For previous Continuous Learning Updates, click here for a log of all district updates since schools closed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak.)
Grading Information for Spring
Click here the SVSD Grading Information, adjusted for the pandemic school closures; this update was shared April 29, following guidelines from OSPI. Additionally, Superintendent Rob Manahan shared this video message regarding grading on May 21.
Communicating Remote Learning Activities with Schoology
As we continue with the school closures, schoolwork and information is being shared by teachers on Schoology. We encourage parents to create their own Schoology account to access the information that is being shared with students.
- Each student has one unique access code that parents need to create a Schoology account.
- Please email one of your student’s teachers and they can provide the unique student access code for your student.
- NOTE: You do not need a code for each course your student is taking, but you do need an access code for each SVSD student in your household.
Parent Schoology Tip Sheet
Download a Schoology Parent Tip Sheet HERE for help with:
- Creating A Parent Schoology Account
- Viewing Student Schoology Account(s) & Adding Additional Students
- Navigating Schoology
- Signing Up for Parent Notifications About Student Activity & Assignments
Student “How To” Guide
- Access the Schoology Help & "How To" Guide for Students webpage for help with Schoology. Click on a help topic or type a question in the search field for information.
- Instructions for Submitting Assignments - Available HERE.
With schools across the nation suddenly turning to online learning platforms, education technology companies are experiencing high traffic volumes. Schoology is reporting there may occasionally be intermittent issues as it works to increase its site stability and capacity. If you experience an error in loading a page, refreshing the page once or twice should help resolve the issue.
Middle School Resources
High School Resources