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    Posted on 09/11/2020
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    Hello Seattle World School Students,

    As you know by now, we will be starting the school year with all classes meeting remotely. You are expected to attend every live online learning session and work with teachers to plan for your independent learning time and small group learning opportunities. 

     

    The daily schedule will look like this:

     

    Time

    Monday/Thursday

    Tuesday/Friday

    9:00-9:50

    1st period: Synchronous

    4th period: Synchronous

    10:00-10:50

    2nd period: Synchronous

    5th period: Synchronous

    11:00-11:50

    3rd period: Synchronous

    6th period: Synchronous

    11:50-12:35

    Lunch

    Lunch

    12:35-1:25

    1st period: Asynchronous

    4th period: Asynchronous

    1:30-2:20

    2nd period: Asynchronous

    5th period: Asynchronous

    2:25-3:15

    3rd period: Asynchronous

    6th period: Asynchronous

    3:15-3:50

    Enrichment Activities

    Enrichment Activities

     

    Time

    Wednesday

    9:00-9:35

    Community Check-in

    9:40-10:10

    1st period

    10:15-10:45

    2nd period

    10:50-11:20

    3rd period

    11:20-12:05

    Lunch

    12:05-12:35

    4th period

    12:40-1:10

    5th period

    1:15-1:45

    6th period

    1:45-2:45

    Enrichment

     

    • Synchronous=All group online live instruction.
    • Asynchronous=Individual, small group, or independent work time

    Schedules:  If you are unsure about your class schedule, you can find it by going to the Source. If you are not sure about how to access the Source, following the instructions below.

    • STUDENTS:
      • Can log on by going to https://www.seattleschools.org, select Students, then select "The Source."
      • Students log onto the Source with ONLY their student username e.g.  1absmith and password
      • Forgotten password?  Students can visit:  www.seattleschools.org/resetPW 
      • School librarians and teachers can reset student passwords
      • Student log in information:  www.seattleschools.org/StudentPW

    If you have questions about your schedule or want to request changes, please contact Rusty Hibbert, the SWS school counselor, at rthibbert@seattleschools.org or (425) 528-0708.

    The process of learning and acquiring new knowledge, practicing old and new skills, and identifying and developing your talents is the foundation of your life and will prepare you to make a difference in the world. 

     

    I trust in you as a learner and look forward to celebrating with you as we reach different targets this coming year.  For all students, the markers will be earning credit for all coursework and learning as much as you can every day. 

    For our seniors, an additional milestone is completing all our graduation requirements. 

    I trust in our teachers to lead you through this process and struggle.  I trust you to do the work you need to do each and every day to learn as much as you can.  I trust in our families and friends to encourage, learn, and support you throughout your learning process. I trust in our community to rally together in service to this great work we are embarking in now.  I trust that it will be demanding and that you will be successful.

    Bruno Cross, Ed.D.

    Principal