On Tuesday, March 31, 2020, the South Carolina Department of Educationr released guidance for districts to use in formulating plans to count e-learning and remote learning toward the completion of the second semester of the 2019-2020 school year. The information from the State Department of Education will provide a framework for districts to give seniors the opportunities they need to complete coursework, participate in credit recovery and receive grades regardless of when the school closure ends. These same opportunities will be provided for all students taking credit-bearing courses. The district will also use the framework from the State Department to make decisions about grades for middle-level and elementary-level classes.
Richland Two's instructional leaders are working on our plan. No later than April 10, we will share the plan teachers and then our parents and students. In the meantime, students need to keep working on their e-learning or remote learning assignments. Reach out to your teachers for help. If a student has not started on the work, please start now. These assignments will count.
Click here to visit our e-learning page and to read about the second round of e-learning/remote learning, which starts on April 20 after Spring Break (April 10-17)