Power & Internet Outages

Power outages in the Pacific Northwest are a common occurrence during fall and winter months. Internet outages occur from time to time, even when power is maintained. Teaching and learning during Northshore Learns 3.0, although dependent on power and internet, will continue during power or internet outages. Asynchronous learning during power or internet outages is expected; attendance will be determined based on student or family evidence of participation in asynchronous activities.

In order to ensure students have access to online asynchronous learning activities in the event a teacher’s power is out or internet connection is cut, teachers should ensure their course materials include information about how students can access online asynchronous lessons, such as those posted in the curriculum maps found in the Northshore Learns 3.0 Schoology Group.  Teachers should also consider creating a folder or space within their Schoology course(s).

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Scenarios & Expectations

The information below summarizes possible scenarios and expectations on the part of educators and students.

Power or Internet Outage for Teacher Only

Power or Internet Outage for Student Only

Power or Internet Outage for Teacher and Students

 

Internet Issues

If at any time your student is unable to log in to classes due to an internet outage, we encourage you to contact your service provider. We have listed some of the local providers below. You will need to log in to your provider's site to see a map of outages.

Xfinity:

Wave Broadband:

Verizon:

 Ziply:

 

Asynchronous Learning Activities

The following list of asynchronous learning activities are provided to all Northshore School District families.  These activities are to be used in the event that a power or internet outage interrupts a student’s ability to access their distance learning classroom or their course materials.