Soon, if not today, your site admin will contact you. Please wait for direction from them. Generally speaking tho, next week, we’ll all be on call during our regular work hours. That means, your site admin will contact you at some point, via text, phone, or email. For example, a site admin might hold a conference call with all 3rd grade teachers. Monday and Tuesday, you’re working remotely. Working on what!!??? Basically, where did you leave off, and where do you go from there? Are you developing lesson plans? No, wait for direction from the district. Don’t waste your time until you know what is expected of you. You’re on spring break! Tentatively, there might be staff development on remote or distance learning on one or more of the other three days of the week. The next two weeks, you are on the clock. It isn’t a vacation so don’t go anywhere. 😊 However, there should be direction from the district or your site admin. We’re all reinventing the wheel at this point including our admin…for 24,000 students. Not an easy task for any of us. What the world is going through is not an easy task period. Education now is more of a distraction for our students than anything else.
Seriously, please don’t worry. You will, but it does you no good. Stop worrying about what your kids will do and how they will do it. You can’t worry about things you can’t control or aren’t aware of. And, any learning the kids do during this 8 week period is a bonus. You will get information and/or training from the district and site admin soon on distance learning. You’re saying, Ken, I still don’t know what to do! That’s okay! None of us do! The state, the district, you, me, none of us!