Welcome to The School of One at Lincoln-West- located inside Lincoln-West High School
Students & Parents/Guardians: Due to the fact that the entire school district is currently in remote status, below you will find detailed information that explains how this site is operating during this virtual learning environment. Along with the daily schedule, you will also find information on how to access virtual meetings held by site staff, links to online learning programs/curriculum used at the school, and staff contact information.The school day begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 3:00p.m. with live, teacher-led instruction starting at 10a.m. every day but Wednesday.Day(s) of Week8:30a.m. to 10:00a.m.10:00a.m. to 12:30p.m.12:30p.m. to 3:00p.m.MondayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.Students on Zoom call with TeachersStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.TuesdayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.Students on Zoom/Teams call with Teachers.Students complete online work assigned by teacher.WednesdayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.Students complete online work assigned by teacher.Students complete online work assigned by teacher.ThursdayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.Students on Zoom call with TeachersStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.FridayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.Students on Zoom call with TeachersStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.
*Please make sure that your child eats a healthy breakfast and lunch and take small breaks throughout the day as needed. Students can access the curriculum 24 hours/7 days a week/365 days a year.
TEACHER VIRTUAL MEETING INFO
This school site uses the Zoom platform to meet collectively with their students. Additionally, FaceTime and Google Duo are also used to work with students on an individual basis if/when needed.
LEARNING PLATFORMSThis school site utilizes the following online programs to help our students achieve academic success:
Read 2-3 articles per day (10-15 per week) and complete all parts of the 5-step literacy activities. This includes maintaining a notebook in which students complete a vocabulary exercise where they write down selected vocabulary words, their definition and then use that word in a sentence of their own to show comprehension. Additionally, students are required to use a suggested graphic organizer to help them identify 3 supporting ideas/facts from a given article that guide them in establishing/identifying the main idea of that article.
Complete 5-10 lessons/quizzes per day (25-50 per week). Students are required to maintain a notebook in which they identify vocabulary words and key ideas from the information they are reading in these lessons. Those notes then can and should be used when taking assessments for a given unit/course.
Students should complete 2-3 math lessons per day (10-15 per week). There are typically 5-7 steps involved with lesson completion, the first being a pre-quiz in which passage means a student does not have to complete the remaining steps and goes onto the next lesson. Non-passage means students will then work through additional steps (one of which includes a note-taking step called “Guided Learning”) leading to a post-quiz assessment over the material just learned. Live math help is also available in this program.
Teacher: Anthony Simeone email@example.com
Educational Aide: Irene Lapiejko firstname.lastname@example.org
Educational Aide (shared): Jeff Jones email@example.com
Intervention Specialist: Valencia Jones-Smith firstname.lastname@example.org
Resource Coordinator: Rebecca Bell (216) 562-9200 call/text email@example.com
Guidance Counselor: Marjana Ognjenovic firstname.lastname@example.org
Site Contact Numbers: 216.838.8878—Ms. Lapiejko or 216.838.8879—Mr. Simeone
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