Attached are the COVID-19 protocols as St. Louis of France students transition back to in-person learning for the 2021-2022 academic year. Please note that these regulations may be altered as guidelines change.
We would like to welcome Ms. Esparza, Onward Leader Resident Principal to our Crusader Family. Check out her video to find more about her.
The transition to being a STEM school is a three-year process that will be rolled out by grade-level band, beginning with K-2 in the 2021-2022 school year. If TK and K are multiage then TK will be included. By joining the STEM Network, we will be providing our students with unique and rigorous learning opportunities, providing our teachers with professional development, coaching, and updated resources. With this investment in Saint Louis of France School, the Archdiocese is demonstrating confidence in and commitment to our school’s success and sustainability for the future.
Let us celebrate this excellent opportunity for the Saint Louis of France School Community.
As a St. Louis of France community, our concern is always for the well-being of all our students and employees. We are committed to providing each student with an excellent education – regardless if in person or remotely – this is why we will continue to invest in our digital curriculum and keep our families engaged, connected, and learning together. We recommend you visit this page, and continue to check your email, for new information.
As you have heard and read, the current global health concerns regarding the COVID-19 virus have initiated conditions for teaching and learning unlike anything we have experienced before.
Please read the information on this page carefully, so you are able to help your child/children prepare for this change and to assist them in making academic progress during the days and weeks ahead, when we are not meeting face-to-face on campus.
How will distance learning work?
A distance learning plan will be provided to meet the needs of students in each grade level. Instruction will include a combination of both asynchronous and synchronous lessons, teacher-led small group instruction, independent work and daily office hours for students to receive support, as needed.
Students will need to be checking their Canvas, Google Classroom and their student e-mail account several times per day, at least.
Synchronous lessons will be delivered M-TH between the hours of 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. See schedules for more detail.
Daily assignments will be due by 5:00 p.m. For longer assignments, students will have multiple days to complete with an 8:00 p.m. deadline due on the last day. If a student is not able to submit an assignment, the parent and student must inform the teacher.
Student Assignments: How & Where:
Teachers will utilize Google Classroom or Canvas to communicate assignments and work. Live lessons will be delivered via Zoom or Google Meet.
Live Zoom or Google Meet lessons will be recorded and posted on Google Classroom by the end of each day. This will allow students to access the content at a later time.
Will I need to do work outside the time window of my class?
Absolutely. Just as if you were in school in person, you will have work to complete and submit outside of the time window of your class. Teachers have been asked to assign hours of work per class per week.
How will attendance be taken?
Daily attendance to live Zoom or Google Meets lessons will be mandatory. Students will be marked absent if they don’t log in. Attendance will be taken at the start of each live lesson. Just as if you were in school in person. Parents must call the school office notifying the reason for your child’s absence. (626) 918-6210
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