Stone Creek Elementary

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OUR MISSION

Ensuring all students graduate:


Ready for College

Ready for Work

Ready for Life


Update on Distance Learning

August 10, 2020

Trailblazers who have signed up for Distance Learning will begin on August 20th.

If you are in need of a device, we will hand those out on the 17th, 18th, and 19th between the hours of 9am and 1pm. Please park in the front of the school and we will sign one out to you. We will also have an evening pick up on Tuesday, the 18th, evening from 4pm to 6pm.

We will begin communicating with families this week and next to provide you more information as to who your teacher will be and an overview schedule.

We are asking our digital learners to log on by 8am each day. Please note that kiddos who do not regularly sign on or fall behind on assignments will be at risk of failing and may be dismissed from digital learning.

We very much look forward to supporting you and your family as we "trailblaze" this new endeavor.

Brandon Mosgrove

Principal, Stone Creek Elementary

A note from Mr. Mosgrove

July 27, 2020

Digital Learning Applications are due July 31st. Please click on the link below.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdPDm0isxKSwoYrJ4YjNF0n0JuUVegMZ8UrRCjQSHtz2oYbiA/viewform

You may also find this link and more on Waker County's reopening plan at

https://sites.google.com/walkerschools.org/wcs-reopening/home

Thank you Trailblazers. We are looking forward to getting started back.

Mr. Mosgrove

July 21, 2020

Trailblazer parents are asked to make a commitment to in-person or digital learning for an extended period of time (9 weeks). If you have already completed the survey, thank you.

If the spring Digital Learning Days were challenging for your student and/or for you as a parent, please be prepared for Digital Learning to be more challenging in the 2020-2021 school year.

The expectations are that students be available for online digital learning between 8am and 3pm and will include recorded lessons, live lessons, and classwork assignments (expected to be completed during that assigned class time and turned in).

Digital Learning is not an option for PK students at this time.

This request is simply to help us plan for instruction and maximize resources. We acknowledge that situations change over time, and parents are asked to work with me should you need to make a change to your initial plans for your child’s mode of learning.

Please note that your child will not be guaranteed a specific teacher that they had the previous year (looping) as the digital teacher.

Digital Learning will require students to meet much higher expectations than the spring Digital Learning Days.

Digital Learning teachers will be covering the same lessons online as they would in person, and Digital Learning students will be expected to complete the same in-class assignments and the same homework.

Expectations for completing and submitting work and for mastering standards will be the same for Digital Learning students as for Traditional In-Person students.

Assignments will be due in the same timely fashion for Digital Learning students as they are for Traditional In-Person students.

Grading expectations for Digital Learning Students will be the same as for Traditional In-Person students.

If the spring Digital Learning Days were challenging for your student and/or for you as a parent, please be prepared for Digital Learning to be more challenging in the 2020-2021 school year.


Thank you all.

Brandon Mosgrove

Principal, Stone Creek Elementary

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1600 Happy Valley Rd

Rossville, GA 30741

P: (706) 866-3600