e-Learning Parents and Students:
Our newly updated e-Learning page is meant to provide you with a place to find our e-learning related updates throughout the school year, including Zoom information and helpful tips for using Gmail and Google Classroom.
Any assignment or teacher-specific news and information can be found on your teacher's Google Classroom page.
Zoom Meeting IDs & Passwords
Grade or Homeroom/Cohort
|Zoom Meeting ID||
|1st Grade (All Classes)||981 8546 9957||barnabas|
|2nd Grade (All Classes)||929 7963 4462||barnabas|
|3rd Grade (All Classes)||510 297 9479||barnabas|
|4th Grade (Lukareski)||515 054 3639||barnabas|
|4th Grade (Moody)||580 693 7156||barnabas|
|5th Grade (All Classes)||374 083 1753||barnabas|
|6th Grade 209 (Ladislas)||793 2125 6697||barnabas|
6th Grade 210 (Ruth)
|942 4178 5974||barnabas|
7th Grade 206 (Michon)
|251 325 9684||barnabas|
7th Grade 208 (Hackett)
|430 035 7723||barnabas|
7th Grade 211 (Fordice)
|523 832 6646||barnabas|
8th Grade 204 (Kosteck)
|810 622 2477||barnabas|
8th Grade 207 (McGowan)
|935 9248 2126||barnabas|
8th Grade 212 (Viz)
|778 480 8681||barnabas|
Junior High Math (Gallagher)
|998 5349 9379||barnabas|
Grade or Homeroom/Cohort
|Google Classroom Code|
Preschool 1 (Sullivan)
|Preschool 2 (Urchell)||3uaxesd|
|Kindergarten 110 (Reynders)||wjsly2d|
|Kindergarten 111 (Foley)||s24qc6s|
|1st Grade 103 (Clough)||n6qeobq|
|1st Grade 104 (Wardell)||ravc7an|
|1st Grade (e-Learners)||m3ll6uu
|2nd Grade 105 (Sadowski)||j6nlqht|
|2nd Grade 106 (O'Neill)||ix266vq|
|2nd Grade (e-Learners)||z5avn3p|
|3rd Grade 107 (Hannigan)||2rpugul|
|3rd Grade 108 (Fleckenstein)||du5ttqy|
|3rd Grade 112 (Aleman)||g2k2txv|
|3rd Grade (e-Learners)||irhseoc
|4th Grade 101 (Moody)||2l3ht4m|
|4th Grade 203 (Cloonan/Heebner)||xhjx5ke|
|4th Grade 205 (Lukareski)||mc6bjh3|
|4th Grade (e-Learners)||ao47ajy|
|5th Grade 102 (Pietryla/Ballard)||466q2ht|
|5th Grade 201 (Mendez)||jwvu2fv|
|5th Grade 202 (Folliard)||lm4issi|
|5th Grade (e-Learners)||wmjasl3|
ZOOM STUDENT EXPECTATIONS
- We want to reiterate a few expectations we have for any of our students when they’re e-learning, whether for the long-term, a quarantine or a junior high short-term absence:
- Students must use their real names for their Zoom accounts, so we know who they are.
- Students must dress in school-appropriate clothing when on Zoom calls (no pajamas or inappropriate clothing).
- Students may not eat while on a Zoom call, just as they wouldn’t if they were in-person learning.
- Students must have their cameras ON when participating in a Zoom call with their class.
- We are aware that some students are trying a trick in which they change their background to a loading screen and their name to “loading”, as if they are trying to connect to the internet in order to not participate in class. This is unacceptable and will result in consequences if it continues.
- Open zoom.us.
- Don't "sign in." Instead, go to "JOIN".
- You will be asked for "MEETING ID." Enter your meeting ID code. If you get past step 3 to step 4, your meeting ID is correct.
- You'll get a pop-up message that reads, "Open zoom.us." Click on that button.
- It might take a second, then it will ask you to "Enter Meeting Password." That's where you enter your case sensitive password if your teacher has one. If after this point, you cannot get into your meeting, your password might be incorrect. Be sure you are typing it exactly.
- All Zoom passwords are case sensitive. Please make sure your caps lock isn't on, and that you're typing the password exactly.
- You might not be completely logged off from your last Zoom session. Try restarting your computer to ensure you're completely logged off.
INDEPENDENT INSTRUCTION/PARENT SUPPORT:
We encourage students to participate in their Zooms and live instruction independently. While we value parent input, we strongly recommend that all our e-learners wear headphones for all live instruction, as it helps them to focus and hear what’s going on in their classroom more effectively. Once students are online, connected to their classroom and understanding their daily schedule, it shouldn’t be necessary for parents to participate with them aside from occasional check-ins. Additionally, teachers put a lot of effort into planning each day’s lessons, and often don’t have the opportunity to deviate from this due to unplanned parent participation.
We also want to be clear that morning meetings are NOT optional for e-learners, and that attendance will be taken each day. Students are expected to be present and participating, with their video on during each class, as teachers will include them in the discussion and ask them questions as they would if they were in-person learners.
Students need to take all tests/assessments independently (i.e. without parent help and without their textbooks, online searches, etc). We understand that all parents want their children to do well; just as in school, though, students need to show what they know on their own so teachers have an accurate picture of what areas they are excelling in and where they may be struggling in order to best challenge and/or support them. We thank you for your support as we navigate e-learning together!
To answer your tech and e-Learning questions more efficiently, we have added a new Tech Hotline phone number. For assistance with technology or e-learning, please call or text (773) 937-6402 and Mrs. Davies will answer during school hours, 8am-3pm Monday-Friday. After those hours, please email her at email@example.com.
If you have non-emergency questions about Google Classroom or Gmail, you may also contact Ms. Foyle via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
e-LEARNING FOR SHORT-TERM ABSENCES:
e-Learning is provided to those families who have selected it as a long-term option, and not for short-term absences. e-Learners have an adapted schedule that is slightly different than in-person learners to accommodate for routines that take place only in person. In order for e-Learning to be successful for younger students, it requires active support from parents and the school’s technology director including, but not limited to: having the appropriate schedule, e-Learning Google Code, links and an understanding of Zoom expectations. In the event a younger learner is quarantined or ill for an extended period of time, we will work with the child’s family and extend e-Learning. If a Preschool-5th grader is absent, we ask that the child’s parent connect with their teacher regarding absent work; work packets or books may be sent home/picked up or activities may be scanned to a parent at a time convenient for the teacher.
Due to our junior high students being 1:1 with iPads as well as being more independent and well-versed in Zoom, a junior high student may utilize e-Learning when they are ill. The junior high student’s parent must notify their child’s teacher(s) directly to make appropriate arrangements.