Hybrid Learning Guide
Harriton High School
Dear Students and Families,
It is important that we have a record of students who are in the building for contact tracing purposes. If your student will be absent from a class or absent for the day, please complete the Safe Arrival Form or call the Safe Arrival Hotline at 610-649-3949. While this is an absence form, and your child will be working from home, we need to be aware that your child is not in the building. Working from home will not be considered an absence. Telling a teacher that your child is working from home is not sufficient. This form must be completed if you plan to keep your child home during the hybrid time for a short term period of time (two weeks or less). If your intention is for your student to be learning from home for at least the remainder of the first semester, please complete the Pathway Change Request Form HERE. Additionally, it is very challenging for teachers to plan engaging lessons in the current environment, which is exacerbated when they do not know whom to expect in person or online. Their efforts to prepare a weekly planner to support our students’ work rely on their ability to predict in-person and online attendance.
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Please play the video below for an explanation of the hybrid learning schedule.
Review the FAQ link to learn more about the frequently asked questions regarding the hybrid learning model at Harriton.
Students must review these important health and safety guidelines and protocols. We are #allinthistogether
Watch the video below to learn about our hybrid model, and our building health and safety plans. This video was shown to all students in advisory.
The dashboard below will be updated weekly and includes confirmed positive cases of COVID-19 reported to LMSD by the Montgomery County Office of Public Health (MCOPH) in individuals who attend or work in LMSD.
On this page, you will learn about how to access virtual classes, get help, and use Harriton’s most common sites like PowerSchool, Blackboard, and Google Apps for Education.
Netiquette refers to "etiquette on the internet." The following guidelines for online etiquette are good rules to follow if you want to enrich online academic conversation and communicate in a respectful and effective way with others.
To sign up and join a Club or Organization, follow these steps:
- Log into Blackboard.
- Choose Organizations at the top.
- Select Harriton HS from the Organization Catalogue.
- Scroll to the bottom and select Show all.
- Navigate to the Club or Organization that you want to join. Choose the dropdown menu to the right of the name and click Enroll.
Health and Wellness Blackboard Page
A Message from Our Student Services Department
We know that this transition to on-line classrooms has been challenging. It’s a learning curve for all of us and we are all adjusting together. Please know we are all here to support you in many ways:
- If you are struggling with accessing or completing schoolwork, please reach out to your school counselor (posted below).
- If you are finding day to day life as we know it now to be overwhelming or difficult, we want you to know you can email your school counselor, Ms. Loverdi firstname.lastname@example.org, or Ms. Manfre email@example.com.
- If you’re a teen who is starting to feel overwhelmed and need another teen to talk to, please call Montgomery County’s teen talk line at (866) 825-5856 or text (215) 703-8411. It is available, free of charge, Monday through Friday, from 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm.
- Montgomery County Children’s Crisis Support Program provides not only immediate support for crisis situations but also assistance with managing recurring or future crises. Support is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week at 1-888-HELP-414.
Please click here for a comprehensive list of important strategies to navigate remote learning.
Harriton Student Council Officers
- Hanover Research’s How to Succeed in Distance Learning: 5 Tips for Students
- Hanover Research’s How to Succeed in Distance Learning: 5 Tips for Families