NOTE: Online classes have been extended until 3/27 (updated 3/16)
Dear Seton Students and Families,
As of this afternoon, I have not learned about any cases of the Coronavirus within the Seton community, but out of an abundance of caution, I have decided it is prudent to conduct online classes for the week of March 16-20, 2020. This will allow us time to analyze our options for the following week and beyond. All classes will be conducted through Canvas and all extra-curricular activities and athletic practices/games are canceled for the week.
Plan for Monday 3/16/2020
- Students are to check Canvas after at 1pm MST for all seven of their classes.
- Assignments for Monday 3/16/2020 are due by 4pm MST on Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
- Students who complete their assignments by the due date and time will receive attendance credit for Monday.
- Information on how students can retrieve their instructional materials and textbooks from our campus will be provided on Monday.
Plan for Tuesday 3/17/2020 – Friday 3/20/2020
- Students are to check Canvas after at 9am MST each day for all seven of their classes.
- Students are going to have over 24 hours to complete daily assignments
- Daily assignments are due by 4pm MST the following school day. For example, Tuesday assignments due Wednesday, Wednesday assignments due Thursday, etc…
- Students who complete their assignments by the due date and time will receive attendance credit for the day.
It is imperative to know the recent travel history of members from our school community. Please complete a brief survey by visiting tinyurl.com/setontravelsurvey. I expect one survey to be completed for each Seton student. You may submit additional responses at the end of the survey by selecting, “Submit another response.”
I ask for your prayers and patience during this difficult time. There may be adjustments that we need to make to our plans and they will be communicated via email and on our website under News & Announcements.
I want to recognize the role of parents as the primary educators of their children. As the primary educators, please talk with your sons and daughters about social distancing. According to the Center for Disease Control, “social distancing means remaining out of congregate settings, avoiding mass gatherings, and maintaining distance (approximately 6 feet or 2 meters) from others when possible.”
I will continue to monitor the situation and make the best decisions for our school community.