Welcome to E-learning at TSCA

Please visit this page frequently; it will serve as the repository for all-things distance learning until we are able to gather in person again at school.

Our goal during this time of uncertainty is to continue delivering an exceptional learning experience for all students. Although the e-learning environment will never replicate in-person instruction, our hope is to continue to build academic skills, nurture social-emotional learning, and deepen relationships between teachers and students.

TSCA is currently operating under a Shelter in Place situation per our mandates by Judge Clay Jenkins. The following E-Learning Plan was created in response to our current situation surrounding COVID-19. This plan is designed to provide direction during this uncertain time and will be updated as needed.

TSCA will revisit and reevaluate our instruction plans every two weeks and will reach out to parents with updates, with the intention of getting back to in-person instruction as soon as possible. You can also view all updates on the COVID-19 outbreak.

The schedules and learning materials provided below, will start Wednesday, March 25th and continue at least through Friday, April 3rd. TSCA will then determine if an extended school closure needs to occur.

You will receive ongoing updates regarding our continued plans.

1. Establish daily routines for engaging in the learning experiences (ex. Wake up at the same time every day as you would if campus was open).

2. Identify a productive and quiet space in your home where you can work effectively.

3. Regularly monitor your online platforms (School email, Google Classroom, Seesaw) to check for announcements and feedback from teachers.

4. Complete assignments with integrity and academic honesty. Do your best to meet timelines, commitments, due dates, and class attendance expectations.

5. Communicate with teachers if you cannot meet deadlines or require additional support.

6. Comply with TSCA’s expectations and guidelines regarding technology, including expectations for online behavior, etiquette, and academic honesty.

1. Demonstrate Respect to teachers and fellow students.

2. Optimize Learning Opportunities – both online and at home.

3. Be prompt and prepared.

4. Teachers are responsible for inviting students and using the mute and delete student buttons only.

5. Chatting is welcomed when invited by the teacher.

6. Appropriate, relevant comments only.

1. Establish routines and expectations.

2. Define the physical space for your child’s learning.

3. Monitor communications with your children’s teachers.

4. Begin and end each day with a check-in.

5. Establish times for quiet and reflection.

6. Encourage physical activity and/or exercise.

7. Remain mindful of your child’s stress or worry.

8. Monitor how much time your child is spending online.

9. Be clear with your child about school and family expectations regarding social media interactions.

1. For questions about a course assignment or resource, please email the relevant teacher.

2. For questions about a technology-related problem or issue, please email our Technology Specialist, Don Treadwell

3. For questions about a personal, academic, or social-emotional concern, please email your child’s teacher.

4. For questions about other issues related to e-learning, please email your Division Director:

Grades PK-5: Jan Hudgins, Daycare Director/Early Childhood Facilitator of E-Learning, Jan Hudgins

Grades 6-12: Irene Cardoso, Director of Digital Learning, Irene Cardoso


Here you will find answers to frequently asked questions regarding E-Learning at TSCA. We will be updating this as needed to assist you with the transition to E-Learning at TSCA.

What’s the URL for:
* Seesaw – https://web.seesaw.me/
* Google Classroom – https://classroom.google.com/
* Google Hangout – https://chrome.google.com/
* Loom – https://www.loom.com/
* Zoom – https://zoom.us/

Q: Does my scholar have to access Google Classroom or Seesaw by a certain time?
A: No. Our e-learning program is designed to give families flexibility.

Q: Can my scholar access his/her e-learning materials on a device not issued by the school?
A: Yes. The e-learning platforms can be accessed on a tablet, smartphone, desktop, or gaming devices such as PS4 or Xbox with internet and browser capability.

Q: Will my scholar have access to his/her teacher if he/she has a question about an assignment?
A: Yes. All teachers have established office hours to meet the needs of the scholars. Email and one-to-one video conferencing are acceptable methods of communication.

Q: Does my scholar have to spend 8 hours in front of a screen?
A: No. Although our e-learning platforms are online, assignments and activities will not always involve a device. We encourage our students to remain physically active and take brain-breaks when necessary.

Q: What happens if my Internet connection is bad, and my scholar can’t turn in his/her homework on time?
A: Contact your teacher(s) as soon as possible, and your teacher(s) will work with your scholar to make needed adjustments.

Q: Who do I contact if my scholar’s Chromebook is not working?
A: Please contact our Technology Specialist, Don Treadwell

Q: Are you able to track my scholar’s time and activities in each platform (i.e. Google Classroom, Seesaw) so you know that he/she participated in school?
A: Yes! We can track all time and activity in each platform.


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