• Good Afternoon Artists!

    I hope you and your family are doing well! I want you to assure you that we will figure this out together. It is my goal to get you the information you need to be successful in this course and to help you navigate what our learning will look like together. As we begin our learning this way, the important information you will need is posted on my RCK website.The best way to reach me is by using the Stream on Google Classroom.This way everyone can see/benefit from all questions pertaining to class. I will have office hours on school days from 1pm-2pm. This means I will be available to answer any questions you have about your work or class work in general. Of course you can post a question on the stream at any time, but during office hours you will get a more prompt response.

    In our Google Classroom you will see assignments by clicking the Classwork tab.

    I would like everyone to be on Classroom by the end of the day on Friday April 3! (Everyone should have been on by last October!!! I told you it was important!)

    Our first assignment together will be posted in Classroom on April 3 at 8 Am. Please confirm that you have access to begin working this way by checking in on our Stream in Classroom.When you go to our Stream in our Classroom please confirm that you are all set with a quick message! This will be an easy start-- so don't be overwhelmed! I’ll even give you participation credit for just checking in!

    When you submit , Classroom will record your name and I will be able to see that you were able to get the information I set up for you. Please complete this by the end of the day Friday April 3. As I need you to complete it so we can see what we need to get you if anything. 

    There are still a lot of questions we all have, including grades, tests, and what the rest of the year might look like. Don’t worry, I will share any information we get with you as soon as it becomes available.  For now, be well! I miss seeing you all at school!

    Sincerely,

    Mr. Cupano!