Welcome to The School of One at John Adams!
- located inside JACCA High SchoolStudent(s)/Parent(s): 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, Zoom link for online virtual meetings and staff contact and email addresses.DAILY SCHEDULEThe school day begins at 8:30 a.m. and ends at 3:00 p.m. with live, teacher-led instruction starting at 10 a.m. everyday except 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 TeachersAfternoon session students complete online work assigned by teacher.TuesdayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.Students on Zoom call with TeachersAfternoon session students complete online work assigned by teacher.WednesdayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher.Students complete online work assigned by teacher.+ Zoom meetings by appointment.Afternoon session students complete online work assigned by teacher.ThursdayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher. Students on Zoom call with TeachersAfternoon session students complete online work assigned by teacher.FridayStudents complete online work assigned by teacher. Students on Zoom call with TeachersAfternoon session students 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 as a class with students and individually as assigned by staff. Reading strategies, note taking, and Writing strategies are modeled during class zoom time. Student progress is also discussed individually with students in breakout rooms during class zoom meetings. It is important to attend assigned class meetings and do lessons independently when not in a class zoom meeting. It is also important for students to take all state and district tests during class zoom meetings.
This school site utilizes the following online programs to help our students achieve academic success:
Achieve3000: Complete 6 articles and the 5 step lesson attached to each article per week at a minimum. This includes maintaining a notebook in which students define vocabulary words for each article as well as show their drafts of the essay question and email their responses to the site teacher. This semester, PAS, QAR, and POW will be emphasized to improve Reading and Writing OST scores. In the PAS strategy, the following process is followed: Students will Preview the text (pictures/bold/titles). Access prior knowledge of the topic and Set the purpose for reading. The QAR (Question/Answer/Response) strategy teaches students that all questions are not alike, and it teaches students how to locate information to answer the different types of questions. The last strategy POW, is a strategy for writing allows students to Practice through Re-read difficult parts of the text and reading the difficult parts of the text aloud. Organize Information with the use of graphic organizers, take notes such as Cornell notes, make lists or outlines and talk about what was read. Write, Think about what you are learning, write summaries, write and answer questions and write your personal connections to the text.
PEAK/FuelEd: Complete 5 lessons/quizzes per day (25 per week) at a minimum. 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.
IXL: Students complete 2 skills per day and show mastery in at least one of the two skills for math. The students are provided immediate feedback on their answers and receive repeated practice until a skill is mastered.
Imagine Math: Students working in the Imagine Math program will be required to complete a minimum of 2 lessons per week in the program. Imagine math utilizes a built in math dictionary, calculator, and formula sheet students can utilize. The program also uses an assortment of modeling, visual models, and corrective feedback to students during lessons. Students can also access live help from an Imagine Math instructor 7 days a week through most hours of the day.
Site Contact Number: 216-838-8872
Teacher: Sunitha Chiluka email@example.com
Educational Aide: Addison Baker firstname.lastname@example.org
Intervention Specialist: Dan Mayes email@example.com
Resource Coordinator: Kerry Copes (216) 233-8929 (call/text) firstname.lastname@example.org
Guidance Counselor: Marjana Ognjenovic email@example.com
College Now: (216) 241-5587 or text the word TASSEL to (216) 208-5866 CollegeNow Scheduling Link