• ROE Approved E-Learning Plan

     

    Additional Remote Learning Plan Essentials:

     

    Accessibility of the remote instruction to all students enrolled in the school or district.

    Elementary teachers will send home work packets with students in paper format to ensure all students have access to the materials needed.

    All JH/HS students have been issued a Chromebook laptop computer and will have access to their laptop.  If students do not have internet access they can gain internet access by going to one of the schools to electronically download their work material or by visiting the district library in Sheldon, IL which has free internet. When there is a good chance of an e-learning day or when we know in advance students who do not have internet will be able to download homework materials onto their Chromebook when they are at school the day before, similar to elementary school students receiving their packet Jr. Sr. High School students will be able to download their work material.

     

    When applicable, a requirement that the Remote Learning Days activities reflect the State learning standards.

    All activities associated with Remote Learning will be aligned to previously established curriculum and curriculum aligned assigned documents, which are based on the Illinois State Learning Standards.

     

    Means for students to confer with an educator, as necessary.

    Students will have access to a school email account, classroom dojo, and google classroom to communicate with teachers.

    Teachers will be available daily from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. daily

     

    The unique needs of students in special populations, including, but not limited, students eligible for special education under Article 14 of the Code, students who are English learners, as defined by Section 14C-2 of the Code, students experiencing homelessness under the Education for Homeless Children Act [105 ILCS 45], or vulnerable student populations.

    The district will work to meet the individual needs of students as determined by federal and state code and guidance during the mandated school closure.

    Students with special needs will have assignments modified or provided based on their IEP goals from their special education teacher or related service provided.

     

    Transitions from remote learning to on-sight learning upon the State Superintendent's declaration that Remote Learning Days are no longer deemed necessary.

    Donovan CUSD #3 will utilize Remote Planning Days to transition back to on-site learning. Additional information detailing the transition will be provided after guidance from ISBE.