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Dear Staff, Students, Parents, and Community,
The Garvey School District is developing a Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (LCP), an important districtwide roadmap that defines the programs and services to achieve the District’s vision of developing all students as future ready global leaders in the midst of the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.  To ensure that the plan is effective in overcoming the challenges and achieving the District vision, participation and input of all stakeholders is critical.  To this end, you are invited to share your ideas on programs and services essential to our mission:
i-Ready At-Home Diagnostic Session #2 (Jan 2021):  English    |    Español    |   中文    |    Tiếng Việt
i-Ready At-Home Diagnostic Session #1 (Sept 2020): English    |    Español    |   中文    |    Tiếng Việt
i-Ready Parent Workshops (Sept 2020): English    |    Español    |   中文    |    Tiếng Việt
       Powerpoints:  English    |    Español    |   中文    |    Tiếng Việt
i-Ready Family Resources for At-Home Learning:  English    |    Español    |   中文    |    Tiếng Việt
Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement & Release: English   |   Español   |  中文   |   Tiếng Việt
To ensure a safe and quality distance learning experience, all students and parents are required to sign the District’s Acceptable Use of Technology Agreement form as part of the online registration process on an annual basis. The Agreement specifies that students are expected to use technology safely and responsibly. During distance learning, students are strictly prohibited from recording any teacher providing live instruction or interaction without the permission of the teacher and principal. Additionally, while participating in live instruction/interaction, students are expected to follow the same behavioral expectations as in the traditional classroom setting.
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