Corey Shepherd

 Corey Shepherd

Phone: (907) 442-1877 Ext. 1926

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Corey Shepherd

  • Dear Families,
     
    I want to let you know that I am here to support you and your student's learning and well-being during this challenging time. The way we conduct learning activities will look very different from what we are used to, but with a resilient spirit, I know we can overcome these challenges. I am available by email or through the Class Dojo messaging app to answer any questions or field any concerns you might have for your learner. In addition to our daily conference call time Monday-Friday, I will also reach out by phone (with help from a couple of other staff members) to make more individualized contacts at another time of day. I understand that you may have limited free phone time or multiple conference calls to join, and I will work with you to find the best time or method of contact. 
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    Expectations at this Time
     
    1. Please call in each day to our conference call with the information provided to you at meal pickup. I will reach out to connect with anyone who might be having trouble getting connected. If you have another conference call happening at that same time in your household, please let me know, and we can work that out.
     
    2. Please have your work packet closeby during our conference call. Each school day, you should be working on the appropriate set of numbered pages to the best of your ability. I can answer questions about the work packet during our conference call or by email/Class Dojo. Please have your parents email me from their email accounts.
     
    3. Please state your name clearly after joining our conference call so that I can record your presence. Then please place your phone on mute. If you are using a cell phone, you probably have a mute button. If you are on a landline phone, please press *6 to mute and unmute your line. This is important to keep background noises and echoes from disrupting our brief time together.
     
    4. Wash your hands frequently and thoroughly using soap. Maintain social distance and minimize the number of trips you make to public places in the community. When you do go out for essential, please maintain at least 6 ft of distance between yourself and others.
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    Learning may look different, but the constant is that I still greatly care about all of my students. I am their teacher, and I will still be their teacher when this situation is behind us. We will come out stronger through dedicating ourselves to the safety of our community.
     
    Mr. Shepherd
    P.S. My roommate says hello.
Baxter urges you to wash your hands thoroughly and often.