AMI Guidance Q&A
AMI High School Guidance AND Frequently Asked Questions
- All high school students are asked to be engaged in the Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) format by clicking on the link that is provided after each day.
- Parents who have a google account may also have access to the links to follow the activities that are being suggested by the classroom teacher.
Click here to set up an account: Google Account Set up
- AMI are ways to support continuous learning during unforeseen circumstances such as COVID-19.
- Students will have the opportunity for skill reinforcement, remediation, and enrichment through virtual means.
- Students who have been identified as a household that can not access adequate internet service will be provided hard-copy supplemental materials related to the specific contents that other students are accessing virtually.
- AMI will be facilitated through a link that students can use at any time to find specific course work activities/assignments.
- Between March 30 and April 3, students will have access to the AMI link.
- During the week of March 30 and April 3, student activities and assignments are still optional resources to be used at the discretion of the student and parent. These activities/assignments are highly encouraged.
- AMI expectations for accountability (grading, completion, etc.) may change after April 3, depending on the nature of our students' return.
- AMI links will be posted after each day in the High School Newsletter, "Take a Look...".
- AMI links will also be available on the district website under the Student/Parent Tab---Student Links button.
- The intent would be to continue the education process for our kids during this time of closure.
- Students will need to check the AMI link to view daily assignments.
- Students/parents will need to contact classroom teachers or office staff if they are confused or need content-level assistance.
- Submission of activities and/or assignments will be communicated at a later date. Again, all student activities and assignments are still optional resources to be used at this discretion of the student and parent. These activities/assignments are highly encouraged.
- Student participation and completion of activities will be monitored by classroom teachers to assess participation rates. Again, these activities are optional from March 30 - April 3.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What if I need assistance from my teacher?
- Under each day, there will be a link that is available for Staff Virtual Office Hours. During those times listed, a teacher will be available to provide content assistance. If a student wishes to connect with a specific teacher, he/she will have to find the specific hours available and connect then or send an email and await a response. Teachers are asked to respond/connect immediately only during the listed office hours; however, a teacher may choose to be accessible during unconventional hours.
What if I don’t have internet access at home?
- Students who do not have adequate access will be provided hard-copy materials; however, please see information below:
If you don’t currently have internet access, Charter Communications (Spectrum) may be able to help. Charter is currently offering free Spectrum broadband and Wi-Fi access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a Spectrum broadband subscription. To enroll in this program call 1-844-488-8395.
For more information, please see the press release from Charter linked below:
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