I hope everybody had a great first day of new instruction! Our dedicated Kennett High School teaching staff worked tirelessly to prepare quality instruction for you, and hopefully, you experienced meaningful and engaging online learning!
A few quick notes as we end Monday, March 30th…
- PRACTICE APPROPRIATE ONLINE ETIQUETTE: Students, please be mindful of proper etiquette when engaging in online learning activities. Please note that all school rules apply to our online settings, and it is our expectation as your principals and teachers, that you conduct yourselves respectfully and responsibly. There have been a few reported instances of inappropriate language and behavior on some of the online tools teachers have been using for instruction such as Zoom. Please note that additional security and privacy actions are being taken to ensure a positive and welcoming online learning environment for all students and staff. Please be reminded that all student behavior is subject to the expectations and disciplinary procedures established in the Kennett High School Student Handbook. Parents, we appreciate your support in talking with your children about appropriate behavior when engaging in online learning. As we work during this challenging time to provide quality learning to students through an online model, we need the support of all students and parents to ensure a successful experience.
- LOG-IN TWICE A DAY: Students, please make sure you are logging into Schoology and checking your Blue Demons email account twice a day: once in the morning and once in the afternoon. This will ensure you are aware of what is expected of you from your teachers.
I wish you a successful week of learning and look forward to speaking with more students in the student round table setting as time goes on. If I can assist with anything, or if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jeremy Hritz, Ed.D.
Principal, Kennett High School