The Seneca Valley School District is pleased to provide online/remote learning opportunities for our students, grades K-12.
Teachers first worked to organize and collaborate on best practices in an e-learning environment, allowing us to begin the virtual process by first utilizing Flexible Instructional Days (FIDs) March 23-27, 2020. Remote/online learning began on March 30, 2020. The remote/online learning for students like Nolan (pictured at right) will continue until Tuesday, June 2, 2020.
For remote/online instruction, pease note the following:
- To access to remote/online instruction, students are expected to log on to SV Portal (https://portal.svsd.net); parents may also access their account to view information.
- For additional information on 1:1 devices (a.k.a. 2-in-1 devices), visit https://www.svsd.net/FIDresources.
- Further instruction and details will be provided by your child’s teacher.
What is expected of students?
Students are expected to log on to SV Portal (https://portal.svsd.net) to access assignment information. If a child does not have Internet access or equipment to log on, please contact your child's teacher or building principal.
How does student attendance work?
Student attendance will be determined by verification and completion of the lesson and or assignment.
How do teachers determine what online platform to use?
Our outstanding teachers create lessons utilizing tools that help teach the subject area and meet the learning pace of all students in the classroom. As professionals who are experts in the field of education, they have the expertise – and we give them the autonomy - to choose their delivery mechanism within a boundary list of platforms. It’s important as educators that we differentiate instruction online just as we do in the brick and mortar classroom. We are pleased to be one of the few who were already established with an online presence and the necessary equipment to facilitate such remote learning. We understand it may be intimidating at first and we ask families and students to be patient with us. Teachers will be flexible in their processes so we can get through this together.