COVID - 19

Class Schedule

On Mondays, teachers are generally preparing these materials while collaborating with their peers. Monday is a great day for students to compile emails from their teachers in an attempt to know what the week holds. Students can email back and forth with the teacher to get clarification, submit assignments, etc. See the weekly planner link below for one helpful option.

On Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, students can break their focus into the class periods within if they like. The days and times will be when the teacher is focusing their efforts on that specific class of students. For students, thinking of it this way may make things a bit more manageable; however, it can sometimes create a bit of a bind as they end up with any larger assignments due later on in the week. Something to keep in mind, and one of the reasons we are asking teachers to push stuff out on Mondays.

On Fridays, your child's teachers should have some form of office hours with which to connect with students. At this point, almost all CJH teachers are choosing to have a zoom session either during their class-time on T, W, or Th, OR during their set office hours on Friday. It may be worth asking your child how each teacher "runs class" so that you can support him or her in this.

Weekly Assignment Tracker PDF



Realizing that there are a variety of instructional models being used, teachers are keeping track of any and all communication/connections with students. This can attending a Zoom class-time or office hour, emailing back and forth with a teacher with questions, turning an assignment in on Google Classroom, etc. Our main goal is to keep students engaged with CJH, their teachers, and their classwork.

The best thing you can do for us is to make sure that your child if interacting with his or her teachers every single week in some fashion. Attendance is taken each Friday in Skyward, and it represents that teacher's connection with your child. As we continue to figure out this new way of doing business, please let us know if we have missed something.

As we get closer to the end of the school year, we hope that your child will not only "attend" but also engage fully with their teacher by doing their schoolwork. Students who are completing their assignments and are emailing back and forth with their teachers are certainly "attending school!"


Grades 8 – 12: Students will have opportunities to improve their grades at the time of the school closure (March 13, 2020) by completing weekly activities assigned by their teachers. No student’s grade will ‘go down’ after that date (Do No Harm). Every high school course taken during the school closure period will be given a statewide designator on the high school transcript to denote the unique environment in which the course was taken. Teachers will assign letter grades of A, B, C, D.

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