In an effort to collect feedback on how we are doing at delivering "At-Home Learning" during the closure. We would appreciate your feedback to adjust what can be improved or to keep doing what we are doing well.
If your student is having trouble logging into their Chromebook, please contact their teacher directly. If you cannot reach their teacher or have other technical issues please email
email@example.com or call 509-525-4827 EXT 1025.
At-home learning packets are in tubs outside the Davis Elementary main entrance for Week 1 and Week 2. Please keep completed work to turn in to your student's teacher when school resumes. Parents can download and print packets below.
If you cannot print packets please let your teacher know immediately.
"At-Home Learning" will be delivered through Google Classrooms (except during Spring Break). Students will need technology and have had instructions from their classroom teachers on how to access online.
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All Classes/All Grades:
Student "At-Home" Learning will be delivered using Google Classroom online. A week's worth of assignments will be uploaded each Monday (except during Spring Break). Students will turn in assignments as determined by each teacher.
How Are Assignments Graded?
All Assignments during the closure will be graded as either pass or fail. Students are expected to complete and turn in assignments as determined by the teacher and will be assessed weekly by the teacher.
How are grades posted?
Teachers will post grades in Skyward as they do regularly. Parents can access the grades through the parent portal.
Free internet access for families in need
CPPS has partnered with PocketiNet to provide "Community Hot Spots" in the Davis Elementary upper parking lot and the CPHS Southside parking lot (Near the football stadium). The name of the wireless hotspot is "Pocketinet-cpps". This is open to anyone in the community who needs to access it.
We understand that some families do not have internet access in their homes, making online learning difficult for their children. Charter Communications is offering free WI-FI internet access for 60 days to households with K-12 and/or college students who do not already have a spectrum broadband subscription and at any service up to 100 MBPS. Families may enroll by calling 1-844-488-8395.