Heritage Hill eNews
Remote Learning Days
Mrs. Beachy's kindergarten classs learned how to play shadow tage this week. They have really enjoyed tagging each other's shadows.
Second Quarter Attendance
Learning about Matter
1st grade music
Princeton Mobile Book Center & Parent Forms Paperwork Assistance
National School Lunch Week at Heritage Hill
We got spirit, yes we do, we got spirit how about you? We are excited to show our Heritage Hill spirit!
Remote School-Parent Agreement
force and motion
National Custodian Day
Flipgrid in 2nd Grade
Picture Day is Coming
We love the Princeton Closet!
!Niñas en STEM(ciencias, tecnología,ingeniería y matematicas)
con GE! Unete a GE y Girl Scouts para participar de este divertido programa virtual. ¿Alguna vez has sentido curiosidad por la ciencia o ¿tecnología? ¿Hubo un momento en que quisiste aprender más sobre ingeniería o matemática? Aquí está ¡tu oportunidad! Girl Scouts y GE se están asociando para darte una experiencia práctica sobre las cosas increíbles que las chicas pueden hacer en S.T.E.M. Estan invitadas las niñas de la escuela elemental de Heritage Hill en grados 3, 4, y 5 Accede al programa en linea semanal dirigida por voluntarios de la compañia GE.
Los miércoles octubre 14, 21, 28 y noviembre 4, 18, y 25, 2020 Empieza a las 4:30-5:15 p.m. !El espacio es limitado, llene la forma de registro adjunta HOY!
¿Preguntas? contacte a Miranda Almy al 513.619.1370 o a email@example.com El distrito escolar de la ciudad de Princeton ha aprovado la distribucion de este volante como servicio comunitario. Sinembargo no constituye un endoso del mismo.
Have you ever been curious about science or technology?
Was there a time where you wanted to learn more about engineering or math?
Here is your chance! Girl Scouts and GE are partnering together to give you a hands-on experience at all the
awesome things girls can do in S.T.E.M.
Open to girls at Heritage Hill Elementary in grades 3-5
Join us online with GE volunteers for our virtual weekly meetings:
Wednesdays, October 14, 21, 28, and November 4, 18, and 25, 2020. 4:30-5:15 p.m.
Space is LIMITED- complete the registration form today!
Questions? Contact Miranda Almy at 513.619.1370 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Princeton City School District has approved the distribution of this flyer as a community service. No endorsement of the products or services, however, is stated or implied.
How to use Class Dojo
6 Princeton Elementary Schools selected to participate in the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program!
Zooms/Google Meets in Google Classroom, parents and their participation
Meal Distribution Information for Remote Weeks
Virtual Open House
Princeton Elementary Guide to Remote Learning
Teacher Names and Buildings Served
Meredith Smith-Camp (HH, LH, WO), Alicia Slagel (ST, GL), Jordan Vaughn (SH, EV), Rachel Strome (SP)
Alice Fitzgerald (EV,WO), Dakota Bittinger (GL, HH), Tonia Tucker (LH), Lindsey Addison (SH, ST), Molly Davis (SP)
Rachel Merritt (LH), Shanda Smith(SH), Jill Clements (SP), Emily Cole (ST, HH), Kristin Carlton (WO, GL, EV)
Rachel Schadel (EV, SH), Elissa Foertsch (GL, HH), Angie Poe(LH, WO), Kelly Quick (SP), Nicole Chenault (ST)
Vince Collopy (EV,ST), Melanie Hogue(LH), Lauren Schensker (SP), Karl Kennell (WO, SH), Donna Ruttshaw (GL, HH)
Lauren Wilson (GL), Bonita Layson (LH), Bhavin Shah (SP, HH), Erin Frankovich (WO, ST), Glenn Patt (SH, EV)
Theresa Shephard (PE), Jenifier Kuhn (Music), Nicole Dye (Art)
Remote Specials will start August 31
Contact building principal or district contact, Libby Styles (curriculum coordinator)
- Students are expected to log into lessons daily.
- Per the Ohio Department of Education (ODE) attendance in a remote learning model will consist of:
- Completion of assignments by due date
- Daily logins/posts to Google Classroom
- Communication with teacher(s) outside of the live learning sessions (synchronous) such as messages through Google Classroom, emails, telephone calls, video chats or other formats that enable teachers to engage with students outside of the live learning session.
- Engagement time in digital learning resources (e.g. I-Ready, programs access through the Clever portal)
- Teacher-led remote learning live learning sessions (synchronous)
- Self-directed remote learning activities (asynchronous) with evidence of participation through a combination of:
- Attendance will be taken by the teacher during the live lesson. If your child cannot attend the live virtual lesson they must watch the recorded live session and provide evidence to the teacher that the video was reviewed. The teacher will determine what that evidence looks like.
- Parents must email the teacher if their student is unable to attend the live sessions.
- Daily attendance is expected and will be reported by teachers weekly to allow for assignment completion and viewing of recorded sessions.
- Excessive Absenteeism: according to district policy, a student who “is absent from school with combined nonmedical excused absences and unexcused absences in excess of thirty-eight (38) or more hours in one (1) school month, or sixty-five (65) or more hours in a school year, that student is considered ‘excessively absent’ from school.” The district will notify the parent/guardian, in writing, when a student has reached the level of excessive absenteeism as defined above.
- Habitually Truant: according to district policy, “ a student will be considered habitually truant if the student is of compulsory school age and absent without a legitimate excuse for thirty (30) or more consecutive hour, for forty-two (42) or more hours in one(1) school month, or for seventy-two (72) or more hours in one (1) school year.” The principal shall assign the student to an absence intervention team within ten (10) days of a student becoming habitually truant.
- Students are expected to attend and participate in live sessions by either asking or answering questions.
- This can also be done using the chat feature if students are not comfortable speaking up during a live session.
- Interactions between the student and teacher as well as between students should always remain positive as we are all navigating through remote learning together.
- Students should notify their teacher when they cannot attend the live session and follow up with the teacher after they watch the recording to provide evidence that the recording was viewed and work was completed.
- When viewing live sessions students should keep their audio on mute unless asking or answering a question.
- Our preference is for students to keep their video on when possible so teachers can monitor engagement. Students who have their video turned off should demonstrate participation by either using audio, the chat feature and/or completing the live session activity. Students and parents with concerns about using video for the live lesson should contact the teacher.
- Students should find a quiet place to view live sessions and complete independent work so they can focus on their education.
- Students should refrain from moving around the room if possible when attending live sessions so that other students are not distracted.
- We encourage students to reach out to their teachers via email to set up individual sessions if they need additional support. Teachers/Counselors will also be working to set up small group and individual sessions when appropriate to make sure our student’s needs are being met both academically as well as socially and emotionally.
Learning Management System
- All teachers will use Google Classroom to:
- Post weekly agenda that will include assignments, due dates and assessment dates.
- Attach links to live zoom/google meets lessons
- Attach recordings of live sessions or other instructional videos or resources.
- Some teachers may also use Class Dojo as a communication tool that can be accessed from parent cell phones.
- Weekly assignments will be provided at the start of each week and due dates will also be included
- Teachers will provide virtual orientation opportunity for parents
- Teachers will have daily office hours to respond to student and parent questions
- Teachers will coordinate material pick-up at the start of September to provide learning materials to support learning at home
- District will provide videos to help students learn to use Google Classroom. Videos are available online and new videos will be released on Friday, August 21
- Parent/Teacher conferences will be held September 24 and October 1
- If the assigned teacher is not able to answer your technology questions, please contact the district technology hotline at 864-1162.
- Elementary remote students who need access to a Chromebook and or wifi, should also contact the district technology helpline at 864-1162.
Title One Parent Informational Meeting
Class DojoSupporting Young Minds of All Kinds.We all know that this upcoming school year is going to be different than any other, and that families have to adjust to big changes, such as how best to support learning from home. One of the Library’s areas of focus in our Strategic Plan is student success. We’re committed to helping young people have the resources and supports they need to succeed in school and prepare for post-secondary education, training, careers, and life. Besides library cards and access to our eResources 24/7, we can also support students with their remote learning by providing WiFi access, computers/laptops, and access to library staff to provide assistance. Here’s some important information:In-personKids learning remotely, and their families, are welcome to visit any of our 41 locations during all open hours, Mon. – Sat., 10am to 6pm.
- At the downtown Main Library we have designated a space on the second floor for homework help for middle and high schoolers, which will be available beginning Aug. 24. We can accommodate up to 24 students at a time.
- To reserve a space students should call 513.369.6900.
- Sessions are 2 hours in length and are limited to 1 session per student per day.
- There will be 3 sessions each weekday: Monday – Friday
- 10AM – 12PM
- 1PM – 3PM
- 4PM – 6PM.
- We do still have safety protocols in place, including requiring face coverings, reduced occupancy levels, and limits on the length a customer can stay.
- Right now, we are working to improve our outdoor spaces and meeting rooms at many of our locations so we can support students who need homework help, access to WiFi or devices, or assistance with their own device.
- We intend to use the first few weeks of school to learn what the demand is for student use of our facilities and as capacity allows, and we may try additional strategies like adding student-only hours in the evenings, and adjusting occupancy levels, if the spread of COVID-19 continues to improve in our county.
- Anyone with a library card can use our Homework HelpNow resource, which provides a variety of supports to students, including live homework assistance, study tools, virtual study rooms and even free assistance with filling out the financial aid form for college (FAFSA).
- Check out this brief video to learn more about this great resource.