Student Commitments

    • Actively follow a daily learning schedule.
    • Create a workspace that limits distractions and allows you to work freely on assignments.
    • Understand how to connect to your teachers, counselor, and administrators when you need assistance.
    • Check RPS30 email daily.
    • Know and utilize the resources available to you for academic help i.e., tutoring schedules, classroom meets.
    • Demonstrate learning with completion of assignments by the deadline.
    • Be on time for online class meetings, mute your mic, camera on, and know how to utilize the chat box. Dress appropriately for class meetings.
    • Communicate with your teacher and read feedback on assignments.
    • Follow and abide by the Acceptable Use Policy for technology use.
    • Abide by the Student Code of Contact when engaging with teachers and classmates via email, Google Meets, or discussion boards.

Map out a daily schedule!

  • Early Bird Schedule (Monday-Friday)

  • High Noon Schedule (Monday-Friday)

  • After Work Schedule

  • Block Schedule

  • A daily schedule is important to keep up with your virtual classes. You should plan a time each day to commit to being in the virtual classroom. Your commitment requires one hour per day per course.

    In order to be successful in virtual learning, students must engage with the work. While work times can be flexible, students should demonstrate consistent progress towards daily completion of work.

    Students are required to login to their Learning Management System each day and complete work that is assigned. In addition to completing assigned work in the Learning Management System, students are required to attend scheduled online meetings with their teacher. The Rogers School District believes that the instructional program is the vital part of a formal education and that students must be in regular attendance in order to profit from that instructional program.

    Parents as Partners

    Parents and guardian will be invaluable in the success of Rogers Virtual Learning. Parents or guardians become an active part of the learning process as a Leaning Coach. Training and support are offered to these Learning Coaches to underscore the importance of their role to their child’s success.

  • Parental/caregiver supports for learning from home include provide an effective learning environment, create a meaningful learning plan, and become a supportive learning coach!