Last opportunity to receive a Chromebook is Wednesday, April 22nd 8am-4pm at the district office on Walnut.
By April 20, distance learning will begin for elementary school students. To help students stay connected to their classmates and teachers, we are encouraging each student to have access to a device with internet access. This will allow students to log in to student email, Google Classroom and receive teacher instruction and assignments.
We are making Chromebook devices available for pick-up this Wednesday, April 15th from 1pm to 4pm, for students who do not have access to a device at home.You will go in through the gate by the office and will pick up in the cafeteria.
Kinder 1:00 - 1:30
1st Grade 1:30 - 2:00
2nd Grade 2:00 - 2:30
3rd Grade 2:30 - 3:00
4th Grade 3:00 - 3:30
5th Grade 3:30 - 4:00
More than one child? Come at the youngest time slot!
Cannot make your time slot? Come when you can!
We are asking that if you have access to a Chromebook, laptop, and/or tablet at home for each of your students to please not come and pick up a device. Visit our website for a list of specifications.
When you arrive, you will receive a device and an information packet about the device, available tech support, and internet access resources. Parents/guardians must bring their student’s ID number or their own work or other photo ID such as a driver’s license to receive a Chromebook for their student. If an ID is not available, a utility bill or mortgage statement to your home may be accepted if the name and address match the school’s information on record.
Thank you for your flexibility and continued support.
Hello Coyle Families,
Based on guidance from both state officials and local health officials, and in coordination with other local school districts, San Juan Unified is extending the closure of our school facilities through the end of the school year.
This does not mean the 2019-2020 academic year is finished. While we will continue to stay physically apart, teachers and staff are quickly working to shift to a new model for delivering instruction.
There are still many questions that need to be answered. Please know that we are working hard to address your concerns and will be in touch as we have updates. If you need to update your email address or phone number please email Taryn at email@example.com or reach out to your teacher. In the meantime, please see below for details about distance learning and what to expect as we return from spring break.
You are also encouraged to visit and share the resources found at www.sanjuan.edu/COVID19.
Here are the key dates for the implementation of distance learning for elementary schools:
- April 6-10: Spring break - no virtual office hours or assignments this week
- By April 17th: All elementary students that need a chrome book will be able to receive one. Once we get our date for Coyle we will let you know ASAP.
- By April 20: Distance learning will begin for early childhood education and elementary grades (TK-5/6).Distance learning will continue through our last day of school on June 9. Teachers will be reaching out to families to let them know what their distance learning will look like.
Delivering special education services
Teachers and our special education staff have been working to identify the supports needed by individual learners to help them be successful with distance learning. If your student receives special education services, accommodations will be made to the extent possible. Alternative devices are being identified for those students who cannot use a traditional laptop-style computer. If your student requires services that cannot be met with a distance learning model, an IEP meeting will be held to discuss the impacts on your student and determine whether compensatory education would be appropriate.
We will update you as we receive more information. You can also reach out to your teacher with questions or email Taryn in the office at firstname.lastname@example.org