Connect with JJE Faculty During Remote Learning

Finishing Strong with Remote Learning
Posted on 05/12/2020
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We miss our Joy James students! Please know our teachers, administrators, and staff have been working hard to find effective and creative ways to connect during remote learning. All classroom teachers have provided weekly scheduled times for students to connect with their teachers and classmates, as well as offering opportunities for small group or one-on-one instruction by request. During live chats, many teachers have engaged students with activities like online quiz games, read alouds, and more. 

Parents, you have done an incredible job with helping us continue the learning process at home! We couldn’t do it without you! Thank you so much!

We are down to the last 8 days of school! Progress reports went out last week and you can view what your child’s grades are for the sixth six weeks of this school year. It is imperative that you and your classroom teachers are communicating to ensure any missing assignments are completed before the grading period ends. All teachers are available daily--their contact information can be found on the remote learning site for the district.

Ways to Connect

We heard your requests and have been utilizing Facebook as our main platform for communication.

Like and follow Joy James Elementary's Facebook page

Like and follow your teacher’s classroom Facebook page.

Assignments and important daily and weekly updates are posted here.

SeeSaw is the platform being used for PK-2nd grade. Parents have access to all daily and weekly announcements as well as assignments.

Canvas and Google Classrooms can be viewed by 3rd-5th parents. You have access to all daily and weekly announcements. Parents also have viewing access to all assignments and completion rates.

Connect with JJE on TwitterFollow the hashtags #makeitmatter #limitless #joyjames on Twitter to see what JJE teachers, staff, and students have been working on during remote learning.