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Welcome

Welcome to Mr. Graham's page for the year 2020-2021
 

My schedule will have me at both high school campuses this year.  In the morning, I will be teaching reading intervention (Tier II and Tier III ELA) classes at the main campus.  In the afternoons, I will be at the 9th Grade Academy for math intervention.  Because I will be transitioning between schools during the day, email is the best way to contact me ( rgraham@bartlettschools.org ).  I might not receive phone messages on the same day as the call.  However, if you need to have a phone conversation, the Ninth Grade Academy (373-2654) is the best place to reach me.  If you have concerns, feel free to contact me.  I will return phone calls once I receive the message.

 

As we start the year, the key is to have patience and to take it slow and easy.  The administrators have advised us to give students time to become accustomed to being back at school.  The faculty understands that we will not finish chapter 1 in the first week.  Our primary concern is your child’s safety while providing a quality education.  Below are some guidelines that will effect classes.

 

Covid Policy-  The BHS is requesting that everyone wear a mask.  Students are allowed mask breaks. We are also stressing social distancing.  Desks are spaced at least six feet apart and will be cleaned between periods.  Students will follow a flow chart as they move through the buildings. 

 

Hybrid and Virtual Schedule-   Group A will be at school on Monday and Wednesday. Group B will be at school on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  Virtual Learners are expected to attend two Zoom sessions a week.  ELA grades 10-12 will attend class via Zoom on Tuesday and Friday from 8:45 to 9:25.  Math grade 9 will attend class via Zoom on Tuesday and Friday from 12:00 to 1:00.  Days and times may fluctuate throughout the year.

 

Learning Platforms – To start the year, I will have information on my school website (Mr. Graham's page  ).  As the year progresses, the main learning platform will be Curve.  Curve is where students will answer the daily attendance question if they are not at school in person. Students can also find class information and assignments here.  Zoom will be used as a remote classroom.  Edgenuity will provide assignments when students are learning at home.  I will send out Zoom links Monday afternoon.  Students will receive information concerning Edgenuity assignments this week.