SAIL is a 30-minute period where teachers and students participate in activities that empower our students to become self-advocates and to work on life-long skills that will transcend into the workforce. Each week you will have two synchronous lessons and two asynchronous lessons to complete.
All materials will be uploaded into Canvas on a daily basis.
- Have your chromebook and charger on hand.
- Make sure you are logged in before the start of class.
- Try to have a distraction free learning environment/space.
Course Objectives/Learning Outcomes:
- Understand and manage emotions
- Set and achieve positive goals
- Feel and show empathy for others
- Establish and maintain positive relationships
- Make responsible decisions
SAIL lessons will be organized and delivered through Canvas during hybrid/distance learning. Please reach out to your teacher at any time if questions or concerns arise.
Regular attendance and being on time to class are expected for all classes. Absence from school is the greatest single cause of poor achievement in school. Successful students are seldom absent or tardy. The High School Attendance Program will be followed as outlined in your student handbook.
Students’ are expected to participate in class by engaging in class discussions, completing assignments in a timely manner, and communicating with the teacher.
Electronic Devices Policies
- Ensure that your device is charged and ready for class each day
- Make sure your phone and/or tablet is away and is not a distraction to you
Academic Dishonesty refers to cheating, copying, plagiarizing, or otherwise representing the work of others as one’s own through verbal, written, graphic, electronic, or other means. Students determined to have been academically dishonest are subject to disciplinary action. Consequences will depend on the severity of the offense, the number of offenses, the impact on other students and teachers, and/or the curriculum. Academic dishonesty undermines the learning process and will not be condoned.
This course is graded as a pass/fail. Passing grades are dependent on daily active participation
Classroom Behavior Expectations
Follow the 3Rs Behavior Matrix. Be Respectful. Be Responsible. Be Resilient.