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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Good morning and welcome to Wednesday, October 21

Today is a B day for students.

Those students not meeting in person with their teacher today are reminded to make sure you are filling out the Google Form located on your teacher’s website for attendance. 

This must be done everyday on your asynchronous school day for attendance. 

The end of the quarter is coming up. Students make sure you are aware of your current academic status. 

There may be an opportunity for you to improve your grade before grades have to be entered in the system.

Check with you teachers about any outstanding assignments you may be able to get in before the deadline this Friday. 

Students also remember your teachers have office hours where you can meet with them to get assistance also. 

Some grade levels are also offering other tutoring opportunities for students to attend and receive assistance. Check with you teachers and other adults to find out specific times. 

MAP testing will return on Monday, OCT 26—Students you will test in Math this go around. Please remember to take you time and do your best on this assessment. 

Teachers will be looking for those students that need to do make ups for the MAP assessment in reading some time in the next couple of weeks. 

All spring sports will start after Jan—This includes boys and girls basketball, girls volleyball, Track and field, cheerleading, etc. Students must have passing grades first semester in order to participate in spring sports next semester. 

Parent Teacher conferences are coming up on Nov 6 and 9. Students tell your parents we need to talk to them. Make sure you have them sign up for parent/teacher conferences coming up soon. 

Warriors always do your best.

Tuesday, October 20, 2020


Good morning and welcome to Tuesday October 20

Today is an A day for students

Students yesterday you should have worked on completing the reading portion of the MAP assessment. You had all day to complete the reading portion.

Remember your attendance was tied to your working on the MAP assessment and completing the reading portion. 

We know there were some glitches with logging on, and some or you were being kicked out, but for the most part, you should have been able to resolve your issues with the assessment if you were in contact with your teacher. 

For those of you who have not completed the assessment or need to finish the assessment please make sure you are communicating with your language arts teacher about opportunities to make up the MAP for reading. 

Students next week—on Monday—you will take the MAP Math assessment on your asynchronous Monday. 

A couple of hints—do not answer questions too quickly. They call this rapid guessing and the system will stop your test if you rapid guess. 

Your teacher will have to reset and then reopen your test—if you are rapid guessing. 

Also, students again—when you are emailing anyone—please make sure you are using proper grammar and filling out the subject and address line completely.

I did receive a couple of emails from some of you recently and I do implore you to practice emailing in proper form. 

This is a skill that will help you in the future. 

End of the first quarter is coming up. Students make sure you have checked with your teachers and checked your grades to see how you are doing at this time. 

You may still have time to improve. 

Also, just a reminder—spring sports will start after Jan—all students wanting to participate in spring sports must be passing classes first semester in order to participate. 

So—second quarter you have to get down on it. 

Students and teachers—have a great Tuesday—We will see you tomorrow.

Friday, October 16, 2020

Good morning and welcome to Friday. 

It is Friday, October 16 and we are ready for the weekend. 

Today is a B day for students. 

The first quarter is just about coming to end. Students this is the time to knuckle down and work on getting those assignments completed and or reaching out to your teachers to better understand what is needed to improve your grades at this time. 

Students who are interested in participating in spring sports (Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Volleyball, Cheerleading and Track/Field) must make sure they pass all of their classes and maintain a 2.0 GPA this semester in order to be eligible.

So if you are interested in participating in any of the following spring sports, make sure you have improved your grade before the quarter and certainly before the semester is over. 

MAP testing begins Monday. Remember MAP is Measures of Academic Progress. This Monday we will be testing in Reading. Next Monday, October, 26 the assessment will cover Math. 

You will be taking these assessments on your asynchronous Monday. 

You should not have any other work to complete this day. 

And you should be logging in to take the assessment at 8:00 am.—just like it was a regular school day. 

Work through the assessment independently. Attendance will be taken based on your participation in the MAP testing. 

Try to do your best on this test. Remember, you should be improving your RIT score from test session to test session.

Make sure you get plenty of rest this weekend and wake up ready to show your stuff on this assessment on Monday. 

Good stuff—Warriors!! Let’s keep it up.

Thursday, October 15, 2020

Today is Thursday, October 15. 

Welcome to Thursday—

Today is an A day. Students believe it or not—the quarter is almost over. 

That’s right. We are hoping that you are now able to figure things out enough to raise your grade to something presentable by the quarter. 

Which reminds me—students make sure you checking your emails. Your teachers could be sending you important information about assignments and other message that could be helping you improve your grades. 

Keep in mind that many teachers may be sending zoom links for office hours or extra help session through email. 

You may also be receiving messages in your Canvas inbox. Your Canvas inbox may contain assignments, information about due dates for assignments or even grade information. 

So make sure you are checking these areas often to stay up to date. 

MAP testing is coming up on Monday for reading and the following Monday for Math. 

MAP is the measures of academic progress assessment that gives you an idea of how you are improving from one point of time to the next. 

Your teachers will be providing you with more information about the MAP assessment—but just to provide you with some information.

Remember you will be taking this assessment on your asynchronous Monday. You need to make sure you are not using any other electronic device that could interfere with the assessment. 

You may also want to have another device available to connect with your teacher if necessary through zoom because once you are logged into the MAP system you will have to log out to use any other application. 

Your attendance for Monday will be taken through your participation in this assessment. Make sure you log in to complete the test. 

We hope you do your best. Try to find out your current RIT score and try and beat that score on this assessment. 

I know you can do it. Get after it, Warriors!!

Students who are interested in participating in spring sports (Boys Basketball, Girls Basketball, Volleyball, Cheerleading and Track/Field) must make sure they pass all of their classes and maintain a 2.0 GPA this semester in order to be eligible.

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

 

Welcome to Wednesday.

Today is a B day. A reminder students please make sure you are checking all of your assignments on a daily basis..

This is whether you are with your teacher in a synchronous setting or working independently on your own. 

Students should be getting in the habit of looking at their Canvas sites, checking email, checking the intranet on your own. Make sure you are doing this on a daily basis. 

Students you are going to be hearing a lot about the MAP assessment coming up starting on Monday. 

Again, the MAP is Measures of academic performance. And, that is just what the assessment does. It measures your performance over time. 

All of us should be gauging our performance in anything we do. 

So you should be hearing more information about MAP this week to get you ready for the first session of testing coming up on Monday. 

Students get familiar with your RIT score so you can judge your performance over time. We will be taking this assessment in the spring and the expectation will be that you improve from one space to another. 

So the MAP is coming up on Monday, October 19 for reading and Monday, October 26 for Math. 

Let’s go Warriors—we got this!!

Also, remember—keep checking in with your teachers during office hours. 

This is a way for you to get any questions answered and get extra assistance with assignments.

All of your teachers should have scheduled office hours. So, make sure you know when your scheduled teachers have them. 

Also keep an eye out for other opportunities for assistance coming soon. We will be setting up tutoring sessions in the next couple of weeks. 

You can check your grade level tutoring sessions for even more assistance. 

Remember you have to take the responsibility to take advantage of these opportunities. 

We hope you do. 

OK—that’s Wednesday—and that’s a wrap. 

Have a good day.

Tuesday, October 13, 2020

Students we are going to start talking up the MAP assessment all this week. You guys remember MAP...This is the measures of academic performance test we usually take three times a year. And each time we want your RIT score to grow. 

You remember MAP!!

Right?

Well this year obviously it is going to be a little different. We will be taking the assessment twice this year. Once coming up on the next couple of Mondays and then again, sometime in the spring.

Now—here is the thing about right now. You will be taking this assessment on  asynchronous Monday.

Your teachers will provide you with some information to better understand the expectations

But you are still expected to do your best. 

So all this week—we will be talking up the MAP test getting you ready for the first assessment. Next Monday. 

All students!  You are invited to Ms. Baker and Mrs. Manning's social hour beginning 

TODAY at 2:00 and continuing every Tuesday.  Please email either Ms. Baker (rbaker@sps186.orgor Mrs. 

Manning (Pmanning1@sps186.orgto receive your ZOOM invite.  This is the ZOOM NOT to miss….

Are you failing in some or maybe all of your classes?  Are you not doing as well as 

you know you could?  Are you just not motivated and can't figure out why?  Why not try the WHY TRY group?  Please email Mrs Manning if you are interested.  Pmanning1@sps186.org

Students continue to check those office hours with your teachers. Your teacher report they like seeing come in to ask questions and get assistance. So that is good news. 

Keep up the good work. 

Also remember—we are working towards the end of the first quarter, we are expecting you to keep improving. Not for us, but for you.

Keep up the good work, Warriors!!

Friday, October 9, 2020

Welcome to Friday—

It is October 9 and it is a B day for students attending Zoom sessions with their teachers.  

Sixth grade students we are getting some physicals in, but have a great deal still out there needing to be complete. Please get your physicals in as soon as possible. 

Remember the deadline for turning them in is October 15.

Students a reminder: If you find you are needing assistance with your work or working with technology, please make sure you aware of the office hours for your teachers.

Teachers are available after 1:30 to assist you with work or other questions you may have. There should be no reason you should not be getting work turned in or understanding your assignments. 

Take advantage of those office hours and get some assistance. 

Also remember to use proper subject line and headings when emailing your teachers. Keep in mind Email could be considered a formal document—you want to make sure you are showing you know the right way to send them. 

Everyone—There is no school on Monday—Can you guess what Holiday it is?

Thursday, October 8, 2020

Good Morning students today is Thursday, Oct 8th. 

Today is an A day for students. 

A day students should be meeting with their teacher virtually through Zoom today. 

B day students remember to check in Canvas to sign in for attendance. You must sign in everyday for attendance through Canvas. 

Some final reminders about physicals. Sixth grade students make sure you get your physicals in here to the nurse before October 15. 

Also, as we go through this school year we are discovering interesting pieces about student learning and our reactions to remote expectations.

Students if you are emailing your teacher, make sure you are filling the email address and subject line correctly. 

Just like in your writing students, you should be using full sentences and proper grammar. 

Make sure you are also stating your reason for contact for clarity. 

This is your responsibility students. 

Also, be aware of your teacher’s office hours. Office hours are a time when you can check in with your teachers, get extra help with work or technology. 

Everybody have a great day of learning.

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

Good morning students and teachers. Today is Wednesday, Oct 7. 

Today is a B day for students’ attending synchronous Zoom meetings with their teachers. 

We are hoping everyone is familiar with their schedules at this time and are able to find their assignments in Canvas, Google Classroom, or somewhere in the virtual universe.

Students make sure you are taking responsibility for doing your work. 

As I stated yesterday, progress reports are out—take this opportunity to improve your grade before the quarter. 

6th grade students still need to work to get their physicals into the school if you have not done so already. 

At last nights’ board meeting, it was stated that the deadline for getting physicals in is October 15. 

A reminder for asynchronous attendance—students you must fill out the Google for located on your teacher’s Canvas page for attendance.

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Good morning and welcome to Tuesday, October 6th. 

Today is an A day for students. 

We are still seeking any physicals from sixth grade students. Students remember physicals are required by the state for students attending Kindergarten, sixth, and 9th grade in Illinois.

If you have your physicals, please get them up to the school and turn them in in the nurses’ office. 

Students you should have received a email message from Ms. Nosa yesterday. The message should have mentioned a new procedure we are implementing this week for asynchronous attendance. 

Students now all you have to do on your asynchronous day is log into canvas and complete the asynchronous attendance document located on all of your teachers’ Canvas’s page. 

This is a Google form and you must fill it out for your attendance to count for the day. 

Students you are still responsible for completing any assigned work for your classes on the asynchronous day—but attendance will be monitored on the form. 

Also students, with Progress Reports being delivered, many of you may need clarification on assignments or extra help with particular assignments. 

You can check with your teacher to determine their office hours. During a teacher’s office hours you can receive assistance as well as ask questions about your work. 

Check with your teacher to find out when they are holding office hours to assist you.

Friday, October 2, 2020

Today is Friday the second day of October

Today is a B day for students attending Zoom classes with their teachers

Again students working independently are considered self directed and should be working independently

Still asking for sixth grade students to get their evidence of physicals into the nurse here at WMS

If you have not made an appointment this year for a physical please do so as soon as possible

The state has mandated that all Kindergarten, sixth grade, and ninth grade students have evidence of a physical exam before the can attend public school in IL

Also on Monday we will be trying something a little different. Students in Canvas you will log in and fill out the attendance form for your asynchronous attendance. You will only need to fill this form out once for the day. 

But students you will still be responsible for completing all assignments due that day.

Thursday, October 1, 2020

Today is Thursday 

It is the first day of October

And it is an A day today.

Students remember to continue check in Canvas for your assignments. 

Especially asynchronous students. Check in for attendance and also check for any class assignments you may have to work on today.

Asynchronous work days are intended for students to work independently and complete assignments

Students asynchronous days considered self-directed learning—In that you can complete work on your own with minimal guidance.

If a question about your work arises during asynchronous work time—make sure you check with you teacher on synchronous days to get a better understanding

Also, another reminder particularly for 6th grade students—Students you must get your physical complete right away. 

If you have not had this done—make sure you get your parents to make an appointment right away. 

We are coming up on exclusion day on Oct 15!!

If you have the physical complete—please make sure you bring it into the school asap so it can be on file.

It is a state mandate that all 6th grade students have a evidence of a physical on file at the school

So let’s get those in—

Students and teachers on Monday—we will be looking to try something different for attendance. On asynchronous days student will log into Canvas and fill out the attendance Google form in one of your classes. You will only need to fill this form out once—but you will still be responsible for completing assignments for the rest of the day

Have a great day Warriors

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

And welcome to Wednesday

Today is a B day. 

Progress reports will be going out towards the end of the week. 

Remember progress reports just report where you are right now.

In fact, knowing where you are at this point in the quarter is an excellent way to plan to finish the quarter strong. 

We hope that now you know the how and what involved with remote learning and can channel that into some productive action to show your learning. 

Again, navigating Canvas and learning new things is hard. Let’s take what we know now to do better for the rest of the first quarter.

Let’s go Warriors—you got this.

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Welcome back to Tuesday

Today is an A day. 

Progress reports will be going out towards the end of the week. 

These will be gaging your progress with remote learning up until now.

This has been difficult learning for some of you—but do use this just as measuring stick to determine what else you need to do

Check with your teachers to find out specific expectations and where to find work and turn in assignments.

Again, navigating Canvas and learning new things is hard. Let’s take what we know now to do better for the rest of the first quarter.

Cross Country is in action today at Lincoln Park—as they compete against Springfield Christian and Jefferson Middle School

If you get the opportunity stop out and cheer them on—The meet starts at 3:30 at Lincoln Park.

Friday, September 25, 2020


 

Welcome to Friday WMS

Today is a B day. 

Students all students should be making sure they are up to date with grades and assignments. 

Next week progress reports will be distributed to families and everybody will get to see if you are being successful.

This will also be a gauge to determine what else needs to be done to make remote learning work for you.

Students make sure you are communicating with your teacher about assignments and grades.

Become familiar with turning in or submitting your work in the right place. 

Students you can also check your progress on the intranet where you can see your assignments and monitor your grades. 

Again, the big thing about remote learning is student autonomy—your ability to work independently and problem solve and student responsibility—being aware of your specific expectations.

This is tough, but we know you can do it. 

Warriors always do their best. 

Coming up on Monday—it is teacher inservice so no school for students

Thursday, September 24, 2020

Welcome to Thursday

Today is an A day. 

That means A day scheduled students are working synchronously with their teacher today via Zoom.

B day students should be checking their assignments and completing any work that may be assigned for the day. 

Students this Friday—teachers will start to work on submitting grades for Progress Reports.

This is a mid term report to assess how things have gone so far. 

If you have any work you have not completed or any work that still needs to be submitted for credit—

Make sure you are taking care of that work today. Tomorrow is Friday and teachers are expecting you to have all work turned in for credit. 

Students remember to check your assignments on Canvas and Google Classroom. 

If you have any questions about assignments, please email or get in contact with you teacher. 

You have to manage this piece on your own. 

Show your independence and responsibility for your learning. 

Again, progress report grades are coming due this Friday. 

You got this Warriors. 
Also, if there is any issue with technology, internet, hot spots, etc. Call the school to let someone know. We will try to assist and get the problem resolved. 

Alright then

Have a good day.

Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Welcome to Wednesday

Today is a B day.

Students should know the process for learning on asynchronous and synchronous days.

Make sure you are logging in for attendance everyday whether with your teacher or independently. 

Students another reminder—progress reports will be out soon. Teachers will be collecting grades for progress reports starting this Friday.

Please make sure you have checked with your teacher to determine if you have any work missing and what to do to complete it by Friday.

Students you have to be aware of your grades and what you need to get a passing grade.

If you have to email your teacher to find out about assignments, make sure you are following through. 

At this stage we assume you know where and how to submit and find your assignments. 

If you are having trouble you need to be able to communicate. 

We also have become aware of some of you having issues with technology. Again, make sure you are contacting the school or your teacher to explain why you may not have been present for Zoom or completing an assignment. 

And, make sure you are not overloading those hotspots. You may start glitching. And We know, glitches are bad.

Tuesday, September 22, 2020

 

Welcome to another week of remote learning at WMS.

Today is an A day. 

Again, A day students will be working on synchronous learning assignments with their teacher.

B day students should be logging on to Canvas to check for assignments to complete independently and for attendance

Remember, students should be logging in everyday to Canvas to check assignments and more importantly, for attendance.

Even you asynchronous days—you need to be logging in for attendance. 

Tonight WMS cross country is in action at Lincoln Park. Come watch the team perform if you are in the area.

We will give you an idea of how they did—tomorrow. 

Progress reports start this Friday—

That means students should be checking to make sure they do not have any missing assignments out there that need to be graded. 

Most missing work is due this Friday—

Friday, September 18, 2020

Good Morning WMS and welcome to Friday—It is Friday—Fri-Yeah! Happy Friday—TGIF—Here comes the weekend!

Today is a B day

B day students are in synchronous activity with their teachers today.

Asynchronous students should be logging on to Canvas to check for assignments and  for attendance

Remember students to check into Canvas everyday to check assignments and stay up to date on your work

Students remember you should also be checking your grades on the intranet to be aware of your current status in your classroom.

Students I will give you a heads up. Progress reports are coming due next week. So make sure you are checking with your teachers about making up any assignments. 

Students I feel this is also a pretty good time to tell you about making sure you know what your classroom late work policy might be. 

You need to know when you can get assignments in for credit. 

If you are using a Hot Spot for internet—Keep in mind if you have other devices hooked up to the Hot Spot it is going to slow your connectivity and or cause problems with Zoom and other applications

Please limit the number of devices connected to the Hot Spot.

Thursday, September 17, 2020

Today is an A day

Students be sure to check your assignment due dates. Some assignments are due on specific days and you may not have extra time to complete and turn in the assignment.

So please check to see if your assignments have a specific time to be turned in so you can get it in on time. 

Check all of your assignments on Canvas or Google Classroom and check with your classroom teacher to make sure you are staying on track. 

RIght now it is your responsibility to independently check for your work to be successful. 

Also, make sure you know how to submit assignments when you have completed them. 

We’d hate to have you do all the work and not receive credit because the work was not submitted. 

Again, students we hope you are checking Canvas everyday for your assignments as well as signing in for attendance everyday.

Grades can still be accessed on the intranet for your progress.

Wednesday, September, 16, 2020


 

Today is a B day

Students we hope you are getting familiar with your schedule and the times you are scheduled to meet with you teacher via zoom. 

Also we hope that you are familiar with checking into canvas everyday for attendance as well as checking your assignments. 

Monday is considered an attendance day and students should be checking in on Monday’s as well. 

Students can still check their grades by logging in on the intranet and pulling up their assignment. 

Students should be checking their grades regularly and determining way to maintain a passing grade or improve a failing grade.

Tuesday, September, 15, 2020


 

Students today is an A day

Yesterday (Monday) was considered an independent learning day. This day was asynchronous for all students. Students on all asynchronous days you should be checking in with all your classes during the day. Attendance is taken on asynchronous days. 

Remember your attendance counts.

Congratulations to Wyatt W. for winning Thursday’s Cross Country meet against Lincoln Magnet School and Jefferson Middle School. All of the team members did a great job! Keep up the hard work. 

The next cross country meet is tonight at Lincoln Park starting at 3:30. Please come out and support your fellow Warriors. Face masks will be required if you are not able to socially distance while watching the meet.

Friday, September 11, 2020

 

Today is a B day

Students we hope that you are now getting used to remote learning. I have seen many of you on Zooms and appreciate how attentive and active in your learning you have been. 

We hope this continues in the coming weeks. 

Students remember to check in every class in Canvas even when you are not learning with your teacher for attendance. 

Again, on asynchronous learning days, students still must check in every class in Canvas for attendance. 

Students are reminded again to observe appropriate behavior when attending zoom classes. 

Have a great day.

Thursday, September 10, 2020

Today is an A day.

Students remember to check your Canvas page every day for assignments and for attendance.

Congratulations to the boys and girls cross country runners for placing in their first meet on Tuesday at Lincoln Park against LMS and FMS. Congratulations to Wyatt W. for winning the race. 

The next cross country meet is tonight at Lincoln Park starting at 3:30. Please come out and support your fellow Warriors. Face masks will be required if you are not able to socially distance while watching the meet.

Students we are hearing of some incidents involving students misrepresenting themselves on Zoom by using the wrong name or typing inappropriate names coming on to Zoom. 

We are also hearing of students using profanity on Zoom calls with teachers.

This is unacceptable—students should not be sharing Zoom invites or entering Zoom meetings with any other teacher than your scheduled class.

Students there are and will be consequences for this type of behavior. Please be on your best behavior during your learning time.

Wednesday, September 9, 2020


Today is Wednesday—It is a B day.

B day students are in synchronous learning with their teacher today. 

A day students are working independently.

A day and B students are reminded to check in with Canvas everyday for attendance purposes. 

Students remember to check in with their teachers as the learning progresses to get clarity on assignments and other problems with logins or passwords. 

Zoom reminders—please be appropriate—and use this time to learn and grow as a Warrior. 

Tuesday, September 8, 2020

 

Today we are back to remote learning after the Labor Day weekend. I hope everyone has a great holiday. 

Today is an A day. A students are working synchronously with their scheduled teacher. 

B students are working independently on assignments.

Teacher make sure all of you are doing your best to listen and complete classroom assignments completely and on time. 

Students must in meetings with teachers or completing assignments for their attendance to count during remote learning. 

Students some important reminders again. Please make sure you have learned all of your logins and passwords for remote learning. 

Also be familiar with your scheduled teachers emails in case you need to contact them. 

Students should be using appropriate language and behavior while in attendance during Zoom meetings.

Students should not be using negative or inappropriate language when participating in chats during class. 

Students not able to abide by these procedures may be removed from the Zoom session and parents will be contacted.

Students this is your opportunity to learn. Please make the best use of your time and do your best. 

Everyone welcome back and have a great day.

Friday, September 4, 2020

 

Today is Friday which means we have made it through the first week of remote learning. We hope you have been able to lean into this learning experience and have a better understanding of what remote learning is going to entail. 

Today is a B day. Students with last name L-Z are in synchronous learning activities with their teachers.

A students, be sure to check your Canvas page to complete any assignments for today. 

Remember, attendance is taken every day whether you in person with your teacher or doing planned asynchronous activities. 

Students please make sure you are not causing mischief during instructional time. 

We know the temptation to be a movie star and act out is great on Zoom, but we should not be taking away valuable instructional time from other students.

Students should also not be using inappropriate language or using the chat rooms for inappropriate comments

This Monday there will be no school for the Labor Day holiday so students enjoy your three day weekend. 

We will be back on Tuesday with A students. 

Everyone have a great day and enjoy your weekend. Welcome back Warriors.

Thursday, September 3, 2020

 

Students today is an A day. Students with last names A-K are in synchronous attendance today with their teachers.

B students should be checking and completing their assignments in Canvas today. 

A reminder students—your attendance matters everyday. Students learning independently need to make sure they completing activities in Canvas for attendance. 

Another reminder students—As you are attending Zoom meetings—you should be using your actual name and using appropriate language and behavior in Zoom meetings.

Students should not be using any inappropriate language in chat rooms or making any inappropriate gestures on camera. 

Students if this becomes an issue you will be removed from the session and parents will be notified of the behavior.

Students remote learning is a little different from the way we have done things in the past. 

With remote learning there is an expectation that you take greater ownership of your learning. You are learning at home and should be giving your best effort. 

Your teachers are here to assist you and help you be successful

Please don’t ruin this opportunity to show you are capable of being successful in your learning.

If you need assistance, please contact your teacher or the school office at 525-3182.

Students continue to check the district website and teacher website to stay current on information.

Students today is a B day for students learning with their teachers.

A students should be checking their email and Canvas applications for any assignments to complete for the school day.

Remember students, attendance will be taken for both A and B students today.

Those students working independently will be counted based on their activity within Canvas and completing assignments.

Students should be making sure they are checking Canvas everyday to check on and complete assignments.

Students should also check the district website for updates and other information concerning remote learning.

For any further information please contact the school at 525-3182.

Students today is an A day for students learning with their teachers.

B students should be checking their email and Canvas applications for any assignments given by their teacher.

Attendance will be taken for both A and B day students today.

Once again, all classes are online this quarter. Students please become familiar with your logins and passwords for the intranet, email, google and Canvas.

Teachers will be posting assignments in Canvas for students to complete.

Attendance will be taken through Canvas on days when students are not in person with their teacher. Students should make sure to log in to Canvas everyday to check assignments.

Students should also check the district and school website for important updates and information.

For further information on devices or technology issues, please contact WMS.

Again, Welcome back Warriors!

Good morning Washington Middle School and Welcome to the new school year. Today is the first day of school. Things will be a little different this year. We are starting the school year remotely.

Students this means all of your classes will be online in some form. Students should become familiar with their student logins for the intranet, email, Google Classroom, and Canvas.

Teachers will be posting assignments in Canvas for students to complete.

Attendance will be taken everyday—even on the day that you may not meet with your teacher. Your teacher will take attendance through Canvas on the days you are not meeting for classes.

Please make sure you are checking the Canvas website everyday.

You should also be checking teacher websites and school websites on a regular basis to find important information on remote learning.

Currently, the WMS website has important information for students in parents regarding remote learning. Please tell your parents to visit the website and click on the banners for each grade level.

We welcome you back in this remote setting. As Warriors, we know you will do your best and make yourselves, your teachers, and parents proud.

Welcome Back Warriors.

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