Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) planning and response in Weaubleau R-3
Thursday, April 16, 2020
When will school resume? (Updated 4/14/20)
We have sent home AMI’s that will provide enrichment activities for the remainder of the academic school year. Traditional school has been canceled for the remainder of the year.
What is Weaubleau R-3 doing about at-home learning while school is out? (Updated 4/14/20)
Teachers at all levels developed 3 weeks of plans for at-home learning that went home on March 18. These were collected on Tuesday, April 14 during food pickup time from 12:00-5:00.
New AMI’s were distributed on Tuesday, April 14 through email and/or folders at food pickup time from 12:00-5:00.
How often will teachers assign work to my student during the closure? (Updated 4/14/20)
Currently teachers have assigned 7 weeks worth of assignments. The first 3 weeks were collected on April 14. The final 4 weeks were assigned on April 14 and are considered enrichment.
How can I pickup/dropoff my student’s work if we were unable to come to school on the 14th? (Updated 4/14/20)
All learning packets for grades preschool through 12th grade that were not picked up on April 14th can be picked up until Monday, April 20 at 3:00 p.m. Packets are located in the breezeway of the elementary main entrance. These packets can be picked up at any time of the day/night.
What about graduation for seniors on May 8th? (Updated 4/15/20)
The Weaubleau School Board and Administration recognizes that the graduation ceremony is an important milestone event in our graduating seniors’ lives. We are seeking your input so we can give you the graduation ceremony that you deserve. This unique time requires us to come up with several options. With all of the options, we would plan on pictures being taken with the diploma and green screen. Seniors will be receiving a survey on Thursday, April 16 for their input.
How can Seniors turn in Scholarships? (Updated 4/8/20)
1. You can return completed scholarship forms during homework packet pick up on April 14th. I will have a box labeled “SCHOLARSHIPS” Please turn them in an envelope or folder with “ATTN: MRS. SEAY” on it.
2. You can complete the online form of each scholarship, save it and email to me at email@example.com
3. Using a phone app, you can scan or take pictures of completed scholarship applications and send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Mail completed applications to the school (must be postmarked by 4/24/20)
Weaubleau High School
ATTN: Mrs. Seay
509 N Center
Weaubleau MO 65774
My child is a senior. How does this impact my child’s ability to graduate and access transcripts, teacher recommendations, scholarship applications and other support for my child’s pursuit of college or post-secondary education?
Weaubleau High School counselor, Mrs. Seay, will continue to provide Seniors and their families updates regarding these matters as information becomes available. Seniors are encouraged to subscribe to the Class of 2020 Remind, visit the Counselor’s Corner webpage and contact Mrs. Seay by email, as needed. It’s important that all students, including seniors, continue to complete assignments through the at-home learning procedures provided by teachers.
Will Prom be held as scheduled on April 10?
Prom has been postponed at this time. We hope to reschedule at a later time.
What about other end of the year activities? (Updated 4/14/20)
All end of the year banquets, assemblies, concerts, promotion ceremonies (PreK, K, 8th) have been canceled this school year.
When can we pick up our supplies, medication, clean lockers, return books? (Updated 4/14/20)
We will set up a schedule for a later date. Medication can also be picked up this day. If you need medication sooner contact Nurse Susan: email@example.com
How often should students check their school email?
Students need to be checking school email on a daily basis. Please stay in contact with your teachers.
I left something at school I need. Can I come pick it up?
Weaubleau R-3 school buildings are closed. However, you may call the central office and request help. If possible, we will locate the item and make it available for pick up at a designated time.
How is the district going to handle assigning credit for work students complete during the closure? (Updated 4/14/20)
It is the district-wide expectation that students complete the work assigned to them by their teachers, to the best of their abilities. We recognize the challenge this poses.
Here are the important points:
-First 3 weeks of AMI’s will be collected on April 14.
-Students will receive points for their work.
-Students will not be penalized for complications caused by factors outside their control.
-Students can email teachers with any questions or concerns about their assignments.
- Second 4 weeks of AMI’s will be handed out on April 14.
-These are considered enrichment to prepare students for their return to school.
-These AMI’s will not be collected, but may be used by the teacher upon return to school.
-Students can email teachers with any questions or concerns about their assignments.
Is the library going to be open? (Updated 4/7/20)
No. The school buildings are closed. However, Destiny Discover (formerly FollettShelf) is available to all Weaubleau students. It is a digital library that currently has over 400 books available. You can access Destiny Discover by going to the school's website, clicking on 'menu', then 'Library Media Center'. Once you are on the Library's page you will see the Destiny Discover link in the upper left corner. On the Destiny Discover page you will see a general username and password that anyone can use once you click the Destiny Discover (FollettShelf) link.
*All students in grades six through 12 have personal passwords they may use. These passwords are the same as Reading Counts passwords. Please feel free to send Mrs. Hubbert an email with any questions; there is a link on the page.
* Library Books should be returned on April 14 during food/AMI pickup.
Can I check out books online? (Updated 4/9/20)
Destiny Discover update: All students in first through twelfth grade now have personal logins (they are the same as Reading Counts logins). Students can now download books to read offline! The directions are below, they are also on the Destiny Discover page.
Directions to download books for offline reading:
1 - Select a book and open it.
2 - Click on 'book options' on the top right side, check out book.
3 - Click on 'menu' on the top left side, then 'offline access'.
4 - When the download is finished, return to the book.
5 - While you still have the book open, add the page to favorites on your browser.
6 - Later when you are not connected to the Internet, you can open your favorites and click on 'offline content'.
Are we able to take the Reading Counts test from home? (Updated 4/7/20)
Reading Counts Test can now be taken from home.
We have unreliable internet service. Can you help with this?
Wi-fi is available in the school parking lot. People will be able to access the wi-fi from their cars. The building is closed to the public. All teachers will have non-web based assignment options.
There is a Guest Channel that is now up and running, without a password, that is accessible from the back of the school, around the elementary school building, and clear out into the gravel student parking lot. The Guest channel is available from 8am - 6pm Sun- Sat....the TigerStudent, etc. would be available 24/7
My student is on an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 504; will support services still be offered?
Special Education Teachers will still provide work to students, based on IEP goals. Special Education Teachers will also check-in with their students and parents regularly with opportunities for instruction and/or distance tutoring as needed. Students on a 504 will be provided accommodations according to their plans.
Will the state’s MAP testing and EOCs still take place?
The Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education (DESE) has canceled state testing for the 2020 school year.
Will the April 4 ACT Test be rescheduled? (4/14/20)
Yes. ACT has rescheduled its April 4 national test date to June 13 across the U.S. in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19). All students registered for the April 4 test date will receive an email from ACT in the next few days informing them of the postponement and instructions for free rescheduling to June 13 or a future national test date. For more information, visit ACT’s website at
How will the school closer affect the A+ Information? (Updated 4/7/20)
Seniors who had at least a 2.5 cumulative unweighted GPA at the end of the fall of 2019 or spring 2020 semester will be eligible for A+. The total number of required tutoring/mentoring hours has been reduced to 25 to accommodate those students who were unable to complete their 50 hours prior to high school graduation. The Algebra I End-of-Course exam requirement has been waived for all 2020 high school seniors, including those who have already taken the exam but did not meet the requirement in addition to those who have not yet taken the exam. Waiver of this requirement also exempts the 2020 seniors from having to meet the ACT math subscore/high school GPA alternative.
What about Dual Credit Classes? (Updated 4-7-20)
Students should continue to complete the coursework online. All instructors have opened their classes so that students can work at their own pace and have one final deadline for all work to be turned in. If a student does not have internet access to finish the course they must notify Mrs. Seay (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible.
How can my family receive services from Parents As Teachers?
Parents As Teachers staff are still available for virtual visits with their families. Please contact Mrs. Tracy Dennis at email@example.com.
How can my child receive breakfast or lunch while school is out? (Updated 4/14/20)
Grab and Go lunch and breakfast (5 days worth-10 meals) will be available to all students every Tuesday through May 12th. This will be a drive-thru pickup at the south doors. We will bring your meals to your window. If the meals are not needed in your home please extend random acts of kindness and give the food to another student. We do not want this food to go to waste. If you need the meals delivered to your home, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 417-428-3317 Ext 242 and leave a message before 8:00 P.M. the Monday before. Please provide an address and how many students live in the home.
2020-2021 Preschool and Kindergarten Registration/Screening (Updated 4/14/20)
Parents, please use the attached link to register for preschool and kindergarten for the 2020-2021 school year. We need this information for planning purposes. Please share with future PreK and K parents. If you have questions please contact the elementary office.
Screening dates will be determined at a later date.
How can we order our Spring Pictures? (Updated 4/7/20)
To view or order 2020 Spring Pictures, call Stephen’s Photography at 417-326-4315 or email email@example.com. Pictures will be delivered to the school when they become available. The school will determine the best way to deliver them once they arrive. Parents have the option to pay a shipping fee and have their pictures mailed to their address. Contact Stephen’s photography if you want pictures mailed to you.
How can I receive my Josten’s order? (Class Rings, Senior Announcements etc.)
Items will be mailed to your home address when payment arrangements are made. To make payment arrangements you can contact Josten’s at 417-882-2048.
Can we still order a yearbook? (Updated 4/14/20)
Yes, you can email Mr. Gardner: firstname.lastname@example.org
Order from the link: https://www.jostens.com/apps/store/customer/1059558/Weaubleau-High-School/
How can you help with the yearbook? (Updated 4/14/20)
Any student candids that you would like to share can be emailed to: email@example.com
Business advertisements/Senior advertisements are available for purchase.
Contact Mr. Gardner.