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    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal

    Dear Parents,

    The Central Dauphin School District has developed a plan to maintain the continuity in education.  This plan supports our schools moving forward with the curriculum through distance learning. In collaboration with the district’s other middle schools, Swatara Middle School has transformed the way we deliver instruction.  Beginning Monday, April 6, the teachers will do a soft roll out of their online classes.  They will be checking to see if technology works.  Some teachers may invite students to participate this week and others may not.  The week of April 13 is our hard roll out.  The expectation is that teachers will be live and that students will follow the online schedule.  That said, we fully understand that not all students have the ability to participate.  The district continues to work with families on accessing online learning.  We will not penalize your child for not having access.

    You will receive an email from your child’s team leader that gives further details about the expectations of the online courses and how to access them. While the letter is long it is important that you read it so that you and your child understand how and when to access the online classes. There a several hyperlinks within the letter that act as shortcut to certain pages.

    In an effort not to overload you with information, I have included a few bulleted items to make note:

    • Students with access are expected to participate in the online classes and course work
    • Notification of assignments and expectations will be refreshed every Monday
    • The live schedule is quite different from their daily school schedule. Most of the students’ core classes will require logging into either a morning or an afternoon live session, two days per week. 
    • Students will receive weekly feedback from their teachers based on a participation rubric.

    If your child is having difficulty logging in due to technical issues or personal matters, please reach out to your teachers and let them know.  We understand the toll that this virus is taking on all of our families. Please do not worry yourself is your child is not able to participate. 

    This is a work in progress.  We will monitor it for a few weeks and make adjustments as needed.  Your flexibility is commendable!  As always, feel free to email me your questions at kfowlkes@cdschools.org. The email from your child’s teacher is coming soon.  Please check our webpage often for updated information.

    Sincerely,

    Mrs. Fowlkes

    Principal