Middle School Remote Learning at WCDS
Please refer to this page for basic references like logins, etc...
Each grade level teacher will be in personal contact for more specific daily information and activities.
Mrs. Ochap – firstname.lastname@example.org
It’s important to us that you understand following recommended schedules are guidelines for online learning. These are not steadfast schedules, nor do we expect or want your children to be in front of a screen all day long. Much of our learning will be asynchoronous in that students may self-pace at times.
To our students, take time to stand up and move, to prepare and eat healthy foods, to read for pleasure, to laugh and to learn something you never thought you’d have a chance to learn during the school year. This is a new day and of all places to embrace this moment and find the opportunities within, it’s possible here.
Google Classroom; G-Suite; Zoom
G-Suite (Gmail, Docs, Sheets)
Username: First name and first letter of last name (email@example.com)
Password: Last name1929 (hladek1929)
Zoom (Please check Google Classroom for invididual Zoom rooms of the following teachers)
Mrs. Ochap (6th)
Mrs. Boldrick (6th)
Ms. Hofreuter (6th and 7th)
Mrs. Rutherford (6th and 7th)
Mr. Hladek (6th and 7th)
Mrs. Maxwell (7th)
Mr. McDonald (7th)
Students invited to additional meetings via Gmail
WCDS Remote Learning Code of Conduct
Be punctual and prepared.
Challenging, but it will be one of the necessary skills to develop. Do your best to keep track of your meeting times. If you are late, join anyway and apologize at the end. When you join a meeting, you will be muted on entry – like walking into a room respectfully.
While it may not always be possible to find a completely quiet place to learn, try to find a place that will be least distracting to you and other attendees. Wearing headphones/earphones (especially with a mic) will make this much easier for everyone.
Be seen and heard.
Unless unavailable to you, everyone should join with video AND audio. Position yourself in a front-lit space so everyone can see your face, and stay in one place so you don’t compromise your connection (or the equilibrium of your peers). Identify yourself with your real name.
Wear clothes that adhere to what is appropriate at school. Sit or stand rather than fully recline. Be mindful of what we can see in your video.