Learn at Home Program

Introduction

  • In the instance that the Covid-19 pandemic causes a school closure, the Whitehall-Coplay School District "Learn at Home" program ensures a seamless transition between "in person" instruction and "at home" learning.  The program places the same high expectations on all students regardless of the instructional setting.

Program Overview

    • Students will participate in their assigned classes through a remote connection (GoogleMeet). Students will be able to interact with their teachers and participate as though they were physically in the classroom.
    • Clearly defined guidelines will be provided to ensure that students understand the expectations regarding attendance and participation in the "Learn at Home" program.
    • Engaging, online, district curriculum taught by WCSD teachers, in most cases the same teacher assigned to the student for "in-school" instruction. Subsequently, curriculum moves forward in a continuous manner.
    • Students receive a school-issued Chromebook with technical support available through the districts I.T. department.
    • Each virtual school day consists of "live" instructional sessions that follows the students
      daily scheduled classes.
    • The same essential services and supports are provided by the school during online instruction such as counseling, speech, English Language, and academic support services.
    • Comprehensive orientation sessions are provided to help parents and students get started on their "at home" coursework.
    • Classwork is posted on SeeSaw (K-1) or Google Classroom (2-12), giving each student a clear understanding of daily expectations.
    • Student progress may be followed through the parent portal whether instruction takes place in an "in-person" or "at home" instructional setting.

Grades K-1: Orientation Video

Grades 2-12: Orientation Video

Student Chromebook Help