The goal of distance learning during the current pandemic is to keep GRPS’ students, teachers, and families safe and healthy. Regardless of whether your child is currently enrolled in the 100% distance learning classroom or a hybrid in-person student, ensure they are practicing safe hand hygiene, and remind them to cover their sneezes and coughs. If your student is currently learning remotely and gets sick, contact your school’s secretary and notify your child’s teacher(s) as you would normally. If your child is a hybrid learner, keep them at home when they are sick.
Check out these great parent guides from Attendance Works:
- Attendance Success in Elementary School (English)
- Attendance Success in Elementary School (Spanish)
- Attendance Success in Middle/High School (English)
- Attendance Success in Middle/High School (Spanish)
If you are looking for additional information about Attendance, please refer to Attendance Works Handouts for Families.
GRPS Measures What Matters!
When it comes to student success, grades, attendance, and test scores inform teachers and parents/caregivers on the student’s academic progress. GRPS has selected to use the ParentVUE platform to share this information with the students and families.