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Remote Learning Updates


Student Item Pick Up

Pick Up Student Items - Lower Parking Lot

*Maintain Social Distancing Rules at all times. 
* Do not congregate


Students will be given all personal items, report cards, individual and class photos (if ordered), Day Without Hate shirts (if ordered), and yearbooks (if ordered) in paper bags. Students and guardians are unable to enter the building to collect items. If you have a specific item you want to ensure is returned, please connect with your classroom teacher. 

1. During your assigned pick up window, drive into the lower, front parking lot
2. Display your Carline and family name in your front window
3. Do not get out of car
4. Pull up to stopping point and pop trunk or hatchback
5. FHM Staff will place item bags in trunk


Returning Items and Lost & Found

Students should bring back any school books they have at home. This would include library books or books from the classroom 

Chromebooks are to be kept unless a student is leaving FHM. Emails will be sent directly to students/family for those who are not returning.

1. During your assigned window, pull into upper parking lot and park.
2. One person may exit vehicle and place items to return in a basket. - Mask MUST BE WORN if exiting the vehicle.
3. Lost & Found - to look at missing items, 1 person per table with MASK on. Only touch items belonging to your student.

No one may enter the building except staff. We will have social distancing measures in place, including 6-feet spacing.
No one is allowed to congregate.

Keep time outside of the vehicle as brief as possible.

Place items to be returned in an empty basket:
Students should bring back any school books borrowed from classrooms or FHM Library. Please label items returned with classroom and student. This can be done with a sticky note or paper.

Chromebooks if leaving FHM (except 5th grade students)

Chromebooks are to be kept unless a student is leaving FHM. Emails will be sent directly to students/family for those who are not returning.
Any other items to give to FHM Staff & Teachers. 


An end of year letter to the community about our restart plan in the fall from Ms. Kresta >






Important Tips:
 

Create a daily schedule for your kids; they will be more successful with structure. Make sure to include:
- Wake-up and breakfast times
- Times to engage in classes 
- Outside and/or physical movement time at least 2-3 times during the “school” day. 30 minutes for each time are recommended. Walking, biking, running, playing an outside game (that allows for social distancing), etc. Check out these ideas from Ms. Tyler in Fresh Start
- Lunch time.
- Free time (schedule this; otherwise, all time could be free time)
- Dinner

FHM Mental Health Support 




Tech Support

Jeffco Device Support
Jeffco Schools Parent Guide to Google Classroom
How to Add Grid View to Google Meet Video
Link to Add Grid View Extension to Google Meet

Mr. Seth has a video to help with Google Classroom issues



Connecting with School Staff

  • If you have questions that are not answered on this page, please email  Communications Coordinator Susan Vallier at svallier@jeffco.k12.co.us. Emails will be answered as quickly as possible, but please allow 24 hours for a response. Please do not call the school, or administrators. Due to building closures, voicemails may not be retrieved in a timely manner. 




Jeffco Resources

Jeffco COVID-19 Updates/Resources

Free Online Learning Resources

Jeffco Families Colorado

Jeffco Grab & Go Meals

Jeffco Schools Foundation

Jeffco Tech Resources

Technology Assistance and Resources

Digital Tools for Students
Parents' Guide to Google Classroom
Jeffco's TechforEd 1:1 Device Information
Original Remote Learning and Work Plan Letter
Low-Cost Internet Access Options



Families Without Internet

For staff and students who do not have internet, a hot spot may be made available for checkout from IT. Please contact the Technology Support Center at (303)982-2200 to check availability.  

Families Who Need Child Care

As COVID-19 requires additional demands of our essential workforce to support our health care system, our human services providers, public safety professionals, and other members of our emergency workforce, child care will be a vital piece of Colorado’s response.
Colorado Emergency Child Care Collaborative



 

Mental Health Services: 

 

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