SHS Distance Learning - Grading Policy

  • May 13

    SHS Grading Policy – Distance Learning
    Following the recommendations of the Minnesota Department of Education, the Sartell High School grading system will be revised for our distance learning period. Teachers have modified and accommodated courses to meet the needs of students in a distance learning environment. In addition, teachers, counselors, and administrators will continue to communicate diligently with students and families to ensure all parties understand requirements. To learn more about the revised grading policy, please watch this video and read this document.

New Schedule beginning May 5

  • Please click here for a PDF of the new schedule beginning May 5.

    Revised Distance Learning Schedule beginning May 5

    7:30-9a       
    Teacher Collaborative Distance Learning Planning

    9-9:55a       
    Block 1

    10-10:55p   
    Block 2

    11-11:55a   
    Block 3

    12-12:55p   
    Block 4

    12:55-1:20p   
    Lunch

    1:20-2:15p     
    Teacher Office Hours for Individual Help

    2:15-3:15p     
    Teacher-Scheduled Student Conferences

     

Sartell High School

  • Sartell High School Distance Learning Plan
    Teachers will communicate with students via Schoology through video conferencing, recorded videos, Schoology discussions, email and other means.

    Student Daily Schedule & School Day Expectations
    Students will be required to attend school virtually through Schoology each day. Students will follow their regularly assigned schedule. A typical school day follows:

    7:30-9a Teacher Collaborative Distance Learning Planning

    9-9:55a Block 1

    10-10:55p Block 2

    11-11:55a Block 3

    12-12:55p Block 4

    12:55-1:20p Lunch

    1:20-2:15p  Teacher Office Hours for Individual Help

    2:15-3:15p  Teacher-Scheduled Student Conferences

    (Revised Schedule beginning May 5)

    Student Expectations
    Students will follow all Sabre Strong Classroom Expectations. Remember to be respectful, work hard, be accountable for logging into each class and be engaged in completing the work, ask questions when you need help, and support each other during the transition to distance learning.  

    Sabre Strong Challenges
    Our counselors are working to develop daily activities to build community and have some fun! Participate, get out of your comfort zone, and have fun!

    Mental Health Support
    If a student is in need of mental health support, please contact our counselor department:

    Tip Line and See It! Hear It! Report It!
    Remember that students may always make anonymous reports through the “Tip Line” or through the “See It! Hear It! Report It!” form. To access the “Tip Line”, download the Sartell-St. Stephen mobile app through the App Store or Google Play. Open the “Sartell-St. Stephen” app and select the “Tip Line”. This anonymous report goes immediately to an administrator and our school resource officer. 

    You may also report through the “See It! Hear It! Report It!” form. This anonymous report goes immediately to an administrator.

    We are here to educate and support all students! Please let us know how we may help your student be successful. We are in unprecedented territory, and everyone is doing their best to make students’ educational experiences meaningful. Please contact me with any questions.

    Brenda Steve
    Sartell High School Principal
    320-656-3726

Contact Us

  • Brenda Steve
    Sartell High School Principal
    320-656-3726

    HelpDesk Support
    Distance Learning questions about Technology

    Mental Health Support
    If a student is in need of mental health support, please contact our counseling office:

    Student last name A-G
    Justine Kirkham
    Licensed School Counselor
    320-656-3714

    Student last name H-N
    Dawn Brown
    Licensed School Counselor
    320-656-3709

    Student last name O-Z
    Noel Meyer 
    Licensed School Counselor
    320-656-3785

Initial Schedule

  • This schedule was changed beginning May 5, 2020

    • Log into Schoology by 8:32am
    • “Go” to first block class
      • Open Block One class in Schoology
      • Participate in virtual class discussions and activities
      • Submit assignments/take assessments as needed
    • “Go” to Second Block class starting at 10:09 m
    • “Go” to Third Block class starting at 11:46am
      • Lunch - same time as at school or as decided by the Block 3 teacher
    • “Go” to Fourth Block class starting at 1:45pm
    1. Attendance will be taken each block and will be recorded in Skyward. An administrator will be contacting parents for students who miss two consecutive days of class.
    2. Wednesdays will follow the regular Wednesday time schedule with 1st block starting at 9:15am. We will not be following the Sabre Advisory curriculum. Instead, students will be able to check-in with teachers to get additional help in their classes during Sabre Advisory time which is 1:33-1:58pm.
Last Modified on May 13, 2020