The School of One at Glenville and Home Sites
Students and Care Givers: The entire school district is currently in remote status. Please see the daily agenda, links to the online learning programs/curriculum used at the school, and staff contact and email addresses.DAILY SCHEDULE
Students’ school day is traditionally from 8:30-3:00 each day with a mandatory class at 10:00 each day except Wednesday. We know that students have a variety of other obligations including work, college classes, and volunteering so we ask that students make sure to complete a minimum of 4 hours a day of focused school work. The course content is available 24/7 for student access and learning. Please make sure to schedule a time for your lunch break, as well as breaks to stretch and get some movement!
Students can and should reach out to us throughout the school day if they need help and want to work one on one with us.Day(s) of Week8:30a.m. to 10:00a.m.10:00a.m. to 12:30p.m.12:30p.m. to 3:00p.m.MondayIndependent WorkAll Students in Zoom class
(11:00: 7th and 8th graders meet)Independent WorkTuesdayIndependent WorkAll Students in Zoom class
(11:00: 9th graders meet)Independent WorkWednesdayIndependent WorkIndependent WorkIndependent WorkThursdayIndependent WorkAll Students in Zoom class
(11:00: 10th and 11th graders meet)Independent WorkFridayIndependent WorkAll Students in Zoom class
(11:00: 12th graders meet)Independent Work
*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
We meet daily on Zoom with all students at 10:00am. Please reach out to us by email or on Remind if you need the Zoom link! We are also available to meet one on one and in small groups on Zoom or Teams.
This school site utilizes the following online platforms to help our students achieve academic success:
Achieve 3000: Students should read 2-3 articles per week and complete all parts of the 5-step literacy activities. 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.
PEAK: Students should complete all work on their daily schedule. Students can find their schedules for each of their courses in their TEAMS folder. Print or keep a digital copy of these schedules to make sure you are on track each day. 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 also need to complete class Journal prompts that can be found in their TEAMS folder twice a week. We utilize other websites based on student needs. These include Khan Academy, Duolingo, Everfi, Imagine Math, and IXL.
Site Contact Number: 216-838-8873 (please leave a message or text us on Remind)
Teacher: Sahar Shouman firstname.lastname@example.org
Paraprofessional: Miatta Kaba email@example.com
Intervention Specialist: Ga-Vita Haynes firstname.lastname@example.org
Resource Coordinator: Kerry Copes (216) 233-8929 (call/text) email@example.com
Guidance Counselor: Marjana Ognjenovic firstname.lastname@example.org
College Now: (216) 241-5587 or text the wopd TASSEL to (216) 208-5866 College Now Scheduling Link
Kelley Mell email@example.com