Virtual Meeting Etiquette

September 2020

Dear Families,

Virtual meetings are occurring more frequently with all students learning remotely during September 8 - September 18. This is a unique and new experience for our students and our families. As we work together to overcome many new challenges together, we ask for your support in reviewing the virtual meeting etiquette tips found below with your child(ren).


The Elementary Administrative Team


Students should present the same level of respect they would bring to an in-person setting. During virtual meetings, students should use common courtesy and avoid criticism of others.

Students should dress, prepare, and behave in a virtual meeting as you would for an in-person school day. This is our new classroom setting. Students should kindly adhere to our dress code, avoid distracting behavior or backgrounds, and keep their attention on the meeting. We respectfully ask that all families support this effort by providing a quiet place for your child(ren) to connect virtually.


Students are responsible for what they post, say, or submit in any form. These ideas should be their own. This will help our teachers to support their learning and their growth. Students should come prepared and ready to participate. We hope to engage all students so they are successful with the learning tasks prepared throughout the day. Any confidential or personally identifiable information related to students participating in a virtual meeting should not be collected, discussed, or shared.


Stay on topic.

This is always challenging for our youngest learners, but it will help make our connections more meaningful.

Follow directions.

Be sure to follow the directions that are given for virtual meetings from your teacher. Since the virtual meetings are for students, we respectfully request for only the child to log in.