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high School ONLINE LEARNING RESOURCES

TEMPORARY ONLINE LEARNING FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Our high school temporary online learning will be focused on engaging your student with lessons focused mostly on language arts, writing, math, science, and social studies.  The majority of this instruction will be in a format that your student can work on at their own pace and based on a schedule that works best for your student and your family with work to be completed each week.  The majority of this instruction - lessons, homework, enrichment activities will be located in your student's Google Classroom program.  If you or your student need to learn more about Google Classroom, please review the website page on Temporary Online learning or reach out to your school's tech support person (see Parent Trouble Shooting Page on our website).  Your student's teacher may also set up video meetings with your student and/or your student and other students in the class.

graduation remains our priority for seniors 

MCHS advisors and counselors will be working with all students on ensuring they are earning the right credits.  However, our advisors and counselors will be spending extra time with our seniors to support them in meeting the graduation requirements.  The state has provided some guidance and flexiblity on how districts and schools can adapt existing graduation requirements for our class of 2020 and our board will be discussing these.  MCHS and the district will be communicating updates as soon as they are available.  

Courses and credits IN LANGUAGE ARTS, MATH, SCIENCE, AND SOCIAL STUDIES

Our goal is to provide up to 4 hours of instruction per week in language arts, 4 hours per week in math, 4 hours per week in science, and 4 hours per week in social studies as well as some additional writing assignments.   Teachers will be creating lessons in reading, math, science, social studies, and writing that continue the learning that your student was already doing in school.  Teachers will be contacting you and/or your student every week to help support you and your student and answer questions.  MCHS advisors and counselors will be working with students individually on their credits and their pathways to graduation.

courses and credits FOR ELECTIVES, CTE, and ap

The district and MCHS are working with elective, CTE, and AP teachers to determine the best way to address electives, CTE, and AP courses.  More information on electives, CTE, and AP courses will be available soon.

ADDITIONAL ONLINE TUTORING RESOURCES FOR CORE SUBJECTS

If your student was previously receiving additional support or credit recovery MCHS would like to continue to support your student in those areas.  Please have your student contact his/her advisor to discuss any areas of needed help for tutoring or credit recovery.  One great resource for additional help for students in their core subjects is Khan Academy.   Please see below for more information on how to use Khan to supplement your student's learning in their regular online classes that their teachers are offering. 

Montezuma-Cortez
School District Re-1

400 North Elm Street
PO Box R 
Cortez, CO 81321-0708
(970) 565-7522