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  • Can teachers provide optional online enrichment during the closure and communicate with students? Are there resources I can access on my own as a parent? 

    During this time of extended closure, teachers will not be continuing to teach their course material.  We are essentially “pressing pause” on the curriculum from where we left off on Friday, March 13, with a plan to resume from that point when school is back in session.

    However, in the meantime, the District remains dedicated to ensuring educational excellence for every student. During school closures, our hope is that learning will continue. This is not a replacement for classroom instruction. These activities are not required nor will they be graded.

     Click here for a full list of guidance and resources for learning from home.

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  • Email me if you have questions, concerns, or compliments: Mr. Jeff Palmrose -  jpalmros@fcusd.org
     
    Class Wish List:
    Book covers (27, solid colors)
    White Copy Paper (8.5 x 11)
    Colored Copy Paper (8.5 x 11) 
    Boxes of tissues
    No. 2 Pencils
    College-ruled Binder Paper
    Rulers
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    Late Projects Policy 

    Late projects will receive a 10% penalty for each day a project is passed due. The maximum deduction for a late project will be 50%. Late projects will not be accepted after two weeks (10 school days). Students who have excused absences will be allowed extra days to turn in late/missing projects, per the SMS Parent/Student Handbook.

     

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