3-6  Elementary Announcements

November 24, 2020

Arlee Schools Going Remote — Unfortunately due to the number of cases of COVID-19 affecting our staff we are unable to adequately cover the positions due to quarantines and isolations. The Arlee School District will be going to remote learning starting Monday November 23rd through Friday December 4th. All grades will be working remotely. Students will return to campus on Monday, December 7th. We are recommending students and families stay at home as much as possible until school resumes. This will help slow the spread and transmission of COVID-19.

Form for School Provided Meals

We are posting a google document for families to contact the school about either picking up meals or having meals delivered if you are on a bus route. Please fill out the form so we can plan accordingly for the next 2 weeks. Thank you. https://forms.gle/uyM7ezXJw95A...

Arlee Elementary School

Guidelines For Distance Learning Attendance & Grading:


The updated grading/Attendance guidelines for the 2020-2021 school year starting November 23rd, 2020. 

Attendance:  All students will be marked present at the beginning of each school day.  Students are expected to do at least one of the following:

  1. Log on daily to Google Classroom as assigned by the teacher; or

  2. Complete and turn in daily assignments; or

  3. Complete assignments and packets and exchange for new packets weekly; or 

  4. Communicate with a teacher via email, google classroom or phone call.

Assignments can be turned in by:  Dropping off at the office, scanning, email, taking a photo and uploading it to teacher’s email, taking a photo and sending by text, etc. 

If students do not fulfill the daily classroom requirements set by the classroom teacher, the student’s status will be changed to absent for the school day. According to the Compulsory Attendance Rules and Regulations students that have 10 absences in a row must be dropped by the district as a full time enrolled student on the 11th day unless other accommodations have been made. 

Grading:  Student’s will be expected to complete work that is assigned by the classroom teacher in order to receive a passing grade.  Students that are not  fulfilling the expectations by the classroom teacher can receive a failing grade and will be at risk for not being promoted to the next grade for the 2021-2022 school year.  

November 24 - Report Cards sent home

November 25 & 26 - No School! Thanksgiving Break

December 7 -  Return to School!