Teacher Tips

Ms. Askin, Foreign Language

Put reminders in your cell phone or on your tablet to remind yourself to get online and do work so that you do not fall behind!


Ms. Judge, Business

Keep in touch with your online teacher. Just because you don't see them face-to-face, doesn't mean they aren't real people! Your teachers love to help you, answer your questions, provide additional information to help you get through the content, and assist with your assignments. Don't be afraid to email us. We love to hear from you.


Ms. Cook, Science

Communicate with your teacher! They want to help you succeed!


Mr. Myatt, Social Studies

Try to log in and do something every day. Even if it is just for ten or fifteen minutes, it all adds up.


Ms. Bennett, English

Create a calendar for yourself if your instructor did not provide one. Stick to the calendar and if possible, try to plan your schedule with fewer assignments to do over school breaks and enjoy that time!


Ms. Staiger, Social Studies

Be sure to know your completion date. Make yourself a calendar and crate a "class time" you will work on the course during the week. In this way, you will find loggin in on a consistent basis and will be able to avoid the stress of trying to catch up at the last minute.


Mr. MacKenzie, Social Studies

Online classes provide the opportunity to take advanced courses that may not be otherwise available, and gain college experience in the process. Online classes provide for flexibility, but students must be organized and dedicated towards completing assignments based on the course calendar to avoid falling too far behind. Students who keep up with the workload are able to succeed in online courses.


Ms. Johnson, English

Follow each unit in the order outlined, so be sure to not miss anything to be successful in follow assignments!


Ms. Maine, Music

Make a schedule for yourself! It is easy to get behind in this classroom format, so it is really important to keep up with your work!


Mr. Pale, English

Always feel free to ask for help. That is why we are here!


Ms. Frauel, Social Studies/Driver Safety

To help develop a routine, establish a set time to work on your online course work each week and stick to it!


Ms. Hoobler, Science

Pacing is important to prevent getting overwhelmed at the end. Follow the assignment due date schedule that the teacher provides and schedule set times each week to work on the course.


Ms. Cobos, Mathematics

Plan your time. Setting weekly goals will help you stay on track.