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District 92 e-Learning/Remote Instruction Expectations


One critical aspect of e-Learning is video conferencing technology enabling students to see, hear, and learn from their classroom teachers at home. District 92 takes student privacy and confidentiality matters seriously and expects the same of students and families during e-Learning. To that end, please keep in mind the following expectations that relate to video instruction:


  • The Board of Education’s policies and student behavior standards will still apply when a student receives instruction via video or other remote means.

  • Students shall follow all disciplinary procedures as defined in the Student Handbook. Infractions will be addressed in the same manner as if the conduct took place at school.

  • Students and parents/guardians are not permitted to download or make copies of recorded lessons.

  • During live-streamed classroom instruction, students and/or their families may not make audio or video recordings or take pictures of the screen.

  • Persons other than the student should not watch live-streamed classes, unless a parent/guardian’s assistance during the lesson is essential due to a student’s unique needs.

  • Students must completely log out of any live-streamed lesson after the teacher has ended the class.

  • Students should have their cameras on at all times. Students are expected to be visible in video conferences unless students have approved requests for other arrangements.

  • Students should keep their microphones muted at all times unless they are called upon to speak. Students should use the hand raising and chat features to ask to speak, to the extent possible. Communication chaos can quickly cause your session not to meet learning goals.

  • Students should consider the synchronous meeting to be their classroom and should choose a location and seating arrangement to replicate that setting to the best of their ability.

  • Students are expected to present an appearance that does not disrupt the educational process or interfere with maintaining a positive teaching/learning climate.  

  • Students should use language thoughtfully.


Thank you for reinforcing these expectations for the benefit of our school community during e-Learning. Please discuss this information with your student and know that the teachers and principals are here to answer any questions and help you and your family navigate e-Learning while ensuring the learning process continues.