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Colquitt County High School

From the desk of Principal Jamie Dixon:

I wanted to provide some direction as it relates to student learning for the week of 1-25 thru 1-29-21.  As most of you know, Mr. Doug Howell temporarily suspended face to face classes for 1-22-21, and the week of 1-25-21 thru 1-29-21.  We will return to face to face learning on Monday, February 1, 2021. 

Our focus for this virtual learning week will be remediation or simply catching up with missing work.  This will be a great time to get help, make up work, or finish unit recovery.  There will be some classes that move forward as the entirety of the class is on track to date. Our goal is to return to school on February 1st with every student caught up academically.  That said, here is what a typical day will look like:

1.  Students will get on-line to use the prescribed platform that each class requires. 

2.  Students will visit each class during the scheduled time just as if they were here at school.

     For example, if a student is in Biology first period.  The student will log on to the appropriate

     site at 8:05a.m., visit with their teacher, get help, make inquiries, and work to ensure he or 

     she is caught up.  This schedule will continue for the academic day.

3.  Students will traverse their schedule just as if they were at school.  Teachers are available 

     during school hours from 8-3:20 every day next week. 

4.  Teachers are prepared to virtually receive students daily.  Please note that 

      students must contact teachers, or receive instruction during their regularly scheduled

      class time. 

We hope this plan will accommodate every student's needs as we move through these unusual times.  The administrative staff will be on site next week should you have additional questions.  Please work with us to ensure the academic success of your student.

Respectfully,

--
Jamie Dixon

Principal

Colquitt County High School

If you are a remote learner who needs to meet online with a teacher, the schedule of teacher availabilty can be accessed HERE. Teachers will be available in Google Meet at the times listed.

 

If you WERE a remote learner but have returned to school, you also need to return the chromebook checked out. Every Monday, you will receive an email listing all library materials (books and chromebooks) you have checked out or overdue. If you have overdue materials (from any school), please return them to CCHS. We want to help you help us keep track of school books and equipment. If you have lost the charger for your chromebook, the replacement cost for a charger is $30.
Thank you. We depend on you to help us care for items purchased for your use.

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