It is an expectation of Learning Online that students will actively engage in their online course. Active engagement is regularly logging in and completing coursework.

Levels of Engagement
Actively Engaged Student - logs into a course on a regular basis (average 5 hours per week)
- accesses course content or instructional material
- contacts course instructor when they have questions or need clarification
- completes and submits assessment according to the set timeline in the course
Moderately Engaged Student - logs into course irregularly (less than an average of 5 hours per week)
- accesses some course material, but skips or misses parts of the course content
- does not reach out to the instructor when in need of clarification and only communicates when contacted by instructor
- completes and submits assessment, but is behind the pace of the course or does not submit all required tasks
Disengaged Student - does not log in for a period of 5 or more days or logs in without engaging in content
- accesses minimal course content
- does not reach out to instructor and does not respond to emails from instructor or Learning Online
- completes minimal assessments and is significantly behind the pace of the course with many incomplete assignments

Disengaged students can expect the following interventions

Interventions
Consecutive Inactive School Days

Intervention

3-5 Teacher will attempt to reach out to student and encourage engagement in the course.  This can be via email or Moodle Messages.
5-7 Teacher will email student and include parent or home contact addressing concerns about the lack of course engagement
8-10 Principal will email student, and include home and school contact, about course attendance.  The student must become active or be suspended.
10-12 ​The student account is suspended and the Principal will reach out to student and home contact requesting an intervention meeting.