E-School Information

Family Resources

 
 
 
 

E-School Technical Issues

Is your student having tech problems, internet down or computer not working properly?

Please contact our tech department by emailing student.helpdesk@scienceandtech.org.

Leave details regarding the issue, student's full name and the best contact information. 

 


E-School Attendance

 

How to excuse your student for an absence, tardy or early dismissal:

If your student will be late to class, need to sign off early or will be absent we must be notified by the parent or guardian through the attendance line if it is excused:

  • Call and leave a message at 303-320-5570 ext. 8019002, Spanish ext. 8019004 or
  • Email hsattendance@scienceandtech.org  

IMPORTANT: Please leave student's name, nature of the absence, tardy or early dismissal and approximate time the student will be offline.

If your student is having technical difficulties or internet problems and your student was not able to login please let us know.  We understand this may occur and would like to help you navigate your tech issues. Please email student.helpdesk@scienceandtech.org for technology problems only. 

 

We have started to send out two communications through School Messenger to inform any parents and guardians if their student missed any of E-School during standard school days.

Message #1 will be sent at approximately 9:30 a.m. to inform you if they have missed their advisory check-in.

Message #2 will be sent at approximately 3:30 p.m. to inform you if they have missed two or more classes throughout the day. 

 

It's important for students to start their day ready for their classes and we expect students to be by checking in with their advisor. This ensures academic success and progress as we move forward with remote education. 


 

 


E-School Schedule

**IMPORTANT SCHEDULE INFORMATION FOR WEDNESDAYS**

Select students have been assigned mandatory tutoring sessions. The first mandatory tutoring session will start Wednesday, January 6th and every Wednesday after until futher notice. 

**If your student has not been scheduled for the mandatory tutoring sessions they are expected to have an asynchronous/flex day and required to check-in with their advisor at 8:30 a.m. to be accounted for the day.**

Student expectations for mandatory tutoring sessions are:

  • Must check-in with their advisory at 8:30 a.m.

  • Must be on time to their tutoring session

  • Receive additional help in their classes through these smaller groups

The schedule for mandatory tutoring has been sent individually to your student via their advisor and school email.

If you have any questions, please contact your student’s advisor directly.

 

E-School will consist of daily, virtual online classes with live instruction by their teachers that students are expected to attend regularly. We have a full class load of synchronous lessons for students every day.

M, T, R, F

8:30-8:45

MM/Advisory

8:45-9:35

Period 1

9:40-10:30

Period 2

10:35-11:25

Period 3

11:30-12:15

Lunch, Advisory 1:1s, Clubs

12:20-1:10

Period 4

1:15-2:05

Period 5

2:10-3:00

Period 6

 

Wednesday - A Week

Minutes

 

Wednesday - B Week

Minutes

Advisory & Morning Meeting

8:30 - 8:45

15 Mins

 

Advisory &
Morning Meeting

8:30 - 8:45

15 Mins

Period 1

8:45 - 9:45

60 Mins

 

Period 2

8:45 - 9:45

60 Mins

Period 3

9:50 - 10:50

60 Mins

 

Period 4

9:50 - 10:50

60 Mins

Period 5

10:55 - 11:55

60 Mins

 

Period 6

10:55 - 11:55

60 Mins

Lunch

11:55 - 12:25

30 Mins

 

Lunch

11:55 - 12:25

30 Mins

Extended Advisory / College Success

12:30 - 1:00

30 mins

 

Extended Advisory / College Success

12:30 - 1:00

30 mins

For more information click here to read the English E-School Guidebook.

Para mas informacion haga clic aqui para leer La Guia de La Escuela en Linea.

For the MTV Family Handbook 2020-21 click here


E-School Dress Code

 

 Students should be ready for school each day in accordance with MTV Remote Learning Dress Expectations:


1) Clothes must be worn in a way such that genitals, buttocks, breasts, and nipples are fully covered with opaque fabric.
2) Students may not wear items that promote alcohol, drugs, tobacco products, sex, nudity, or which allude to topics inappropriate for school or considered to be derogatory to others.