This episode we sit down with Laura Nazzarine and Chuck Boothby at the Middle School and talk about all the great things going on as the year comes to a close. We preview the summer enrichment program and we talk about family engagement.
This episode we sit down with TJ Glassmeyer at the High School and talk about all the great things going on as the year comes to a close. We preview the summer enrichment program and we talk about family engagement.
This episode we sit down with Mrs. Schmidt at the elementary and talk about all the great things going on as the year comes to a close. We preview the summer enrichment program and we talk about family engagement.
Take a moment to Listen to February staff member of the month Hannah Reinke. We go 10 rounds of questions and learn a little more about some of our great staff here at Clermont Northeastern High School.
Click here for the Online Learning Checklist 6 Tips to Help Our Students be Successful While Learning Online
Students push the work off until later, thinking they will do it after class.
You need to check on your kid to make sure they are online.
Keep track of their history on the computer. History on the phone.
Virtual learning takes more responsibility on the student’s behalf. We know you want to believe your child is responsible enough, but virtual is a different setting and there are distractions at home.
Kids need a quiet place in which they can work. Please have your child use just the school computer.
Routine- Have the students act like they are still in school. Get out of bed, sit at a desk or table, get dressed. Middle-
Everything is universally organized in the google classroom. Daily videos are posted in google classroom. Daily google meets with their teachers Overall checklist of assignments is posted for the week on the school website Small groups are offered on Friday morning for students with an Intervention Specialist well as an additional teacher co-teaching in Math and ELA classes throughout the week to provide a small group or additional support to our online learners. Overall increase in communication with parents to help all students be successful
Any feedback on family engagement or ideas to increase communication feel free to reach out!
Mrs. Porter 8th Grade Intervention Specialist and Family Engagement Coordinator Middle School: email@example.com
Travis Dorsey District Dean of Students and Family Engagement Coordinator District Office: firstname.lastname@example.org
This episode of the Download we sit down with Mrs. Fox and Ms. Wayne and discuss the upcoming family engagement night. We also discuss the positive impacts of the literacy grant and how it is helping teachers learn together at the high school.
This episode we sit down with staff members Mrs. Porter and Mrs. Carlier and discuss the recent news of the literacy grant at the middle school and what it means for the future. We also talk family engagement as part the grant. Finally we sit down with a parent and talk about going remote to start the year and her family decision to return back to in person learning.
Harness Health Partners provides the district a Student Assistance Program designed to help students and families with student life. Our program allows families to get supports in a variety of ways.
You can call 855-695-2817 anytime to talk with a counselor. They can help you in real time over the phone, and connect you into other resources and services we offer – such as counseling services!
You can also go online to MyLifeMatters.com and using password “rockets” to log in to access helping information such as articles, webinars, and even calculators.
Finally, you can text “hello” to 61295 to be connected to a counselor. However, this should not be used for emergency use. Families are also able to utilize 6 in person visits with mental health counselors for their student per issue per year.
Families can also download the App
Apple here: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/studentlife-by-empathia/id1524055133
Android here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.empathia.studentlife&hl=en_SG&gl=US
For students under the age of 16 consent must be provided by the parents. Consent is obtained verbally from the parents when calling in to access services. When the student attends in person sessions with a provider the written consent is obtained by that providers office. If the student chooses to video or telephonic sessions, each provider will obtain electronic consent through their portals.
First ever DLT podcast episode! A brief overview was given on what occurred during the meeting and what to expect into the future. Some of the time was even spent asking listeners to give feedback on things that they might want to hear! Please let us know what you would like to see us put into the podcast in the future.