In my video message below, I am talking to my Havel Hawks, my students, all of them. I want them to know it's ok to not know something. It's ok to need help in learning how to do school from home. I asked my teachers to show this video to their students today as a part of their lessons. I want them to know that they are loved, they are valued, and that they are supported. While learning looks different and is stressful at times (for my teachers, parents, and students), we are going to be ok. We are a team and we will lift each other up. Please encourage your Havel Hawk to message their teacher with questions and to raise their hand during a meeting.
I also want my families to know this as well. Moms, dads, grandmas, grandpas, we will work through this and support you as you learn the ins and outs of technology. Thank you for your patience, thank you for your support.
Our teachers are available at times throughout the day to work with you. They will hold small group and individual meetings to help you and your student get comfortable with this. There are bumps in the road, but you are never alone.
Remote Learning Notes
Apple Update/Powerschool News
As a result of a recent update by Apple to its PowerSchool app, Apple devices are currently not being allowed to login to the PowerSchool mobile app. Users are receiving one of two error messages: “Connection is Not Trusted” or “Unable to connect to this PowerSchool server for one of the following reasons.”
PowerSchool is aware of the situation and is working on a resolution. We will send an update when the issues have been resolved by Apple and PowerSchool.
The Unified Classroom website (https://classroom.powerschool.com) is still available to parents and students to access PowerSchool Information.