Students also have opportunities to participate in teacher- or student-led projects in art, music, and physical education.
In addition to the online work analyses and project feedback we provide for younger students, 4th-5th graders also participate in Wisconsin state assessments and in-house assessments for math and literacy.
Your child will become familiar with the tools listed below. These Learning Management Resouces not only empower students to be successful in the virtual classroom, but also provide experience with tools they may use in the future.
|Genius and Buzz||Web-based platform used to access classes and coursework||Yes|
|Google Classroom||Used for elective classes such as art, music, PE, or projects||Yes||Yes|
|Google Docs||Used for writing and sharing documents||Yes||Yes|
|Google Sheets||Create and edit spreadsheets and graphs for data visualizations||Yes||Yes|
|Google Slides||Create presentations of work or projects||Yes||Yes|
|Google Sites||Build websites as project hubs, team sites, or even public-facing websites||Yes||Yes|
Each student is provided with a computer upon enrollment with eSucceed, if needed. We have a strong tech support network to help with any troubleshooting.
eSucceed is a Wisconsin public school that offers a personalized education at no cost to families who reside in-state.
If necessary, eSucceed supports internet access by loaning a hotspot to families that need it.
It takes a village to raise a child and education is no exception. Elementary students are supported by eSucceed’s tech support staff and their teachers in an onboarding process and orientation that helps familiarize them with the online tools they’ll be using. Support from eSucceed staff is ongoing. We also help identify a home mentor for elementary school students. This person may be a parent, an older sibling, or a relative that helps your child learn the platforms they’ll use and builds a daily schedule to keep your student on track.
The expectation for eSucceed students in 4th – 5th grade is 2-3 hours per day.
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