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    This is a warning from the administration of CAMS against giving to charities claiming to benefit CAMS.  The Create Academic Magic for Students Foundation has no authorization to solicit or receive any funds on behalf of CAMS.  It does not operate with LBUSD Board approval as required by California Education Code section 51521.  We strongly discourage you from participating in any of the foundation's CAMS-related fundraisers.

    If you have any questions, please contact CAMS Principal Cheryl Cornejo.

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    October 1, 2020

    Hello CAMS Families--

    Our Back to School Night is scheduled for Tuesday, October 6th. For the first time in CAMS history, this night will be held virtually. You will still have the opportunity to: 

    • Meet the administrative team and staff via a pre-recorded video welcoming you to campus and giving you CAMS updates.

    • Meet your child's teachers via pre-recorded teacher videos that describe their courses, review the syllabus, explain expectations, grading and how your child can be successful in the class. 

    • Additionally, you will be provided information about how to contact the teacher for questions.

    All links will be posted on our CAMS website at https://lbcams.schoolloop.com/.  The videos will be posted around 2:00 pm on October 6th and will remain for approximately a week.

    Many of you have asked how to see your child's grades, assignments and communicate with teachers. As our teachers shifted from Schoolloop to Canvas, so did parents'/students' ability to view these items.  Therefore, you will need to register on Canvas to get the access you previously had on Schoolloop. The instructions to set up your Canvas account can be found on the CAMS homepage.

    We look forward to connecting with you and continuing to have good communication during our online learning.

    Thank you,

    Ms. Cornejo

    CAMS Principal

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    Online Student Behavior Expectations and Digital Citizenship

    The Long Beach Unified School District is committed to supporting students’ safety and wellbeing in all educational settings (virtual and in-person). During the period of distance learning, all expectations for student behavior still apply.
    All school behavior norms and rules must be followed just as expected in the regular educational setting/classroom. It is important that students know, understand, practice, and model positive and productive behaviors when participating in class and online.
    Be Ready to Learn
          ● Choose a distraction-free workspace and be mindful about keeping distractions to a minimum, remembering that everyone can see you.
          ● Have all texts and materials readily available at the start of class.
          ● Look into the camera, test your microphone, and show you are engaged during the session by responding and participating.
    Be Respectful
          ● Follow the LBUSD Code of Conduct. (Displaying or sharing material that is hate speech, sexually explicit, or violent, bullying in any form, including cyberbullying, or sending discriminatory or harassing digital communications is unacceptable.
          ● Be kind. When making comments, be respectful of the teacher and other students- show respect for all cultures, opinions, and viewpoints.
          ● Be thoughtful in your communication, always using appropriate language in all communications, including, class discussions, email, chat feature posts, texts.
          ● If you would like to speak or answer a question, use the on-line class participation features (e.g., Raise Hand feature in Zoom), then un-mute yourself after you are called on by your teacher.
    Be Responsible
          ● Participate every day, be on time, and present during the entire class session.
          ● Use the chat feature to contribute and show engagement, following teacher directions for its use.
          ● Wear appropriate clothing following your school dress code while on video class meetings.
          ● Communicate with your teacher (or school) if you are having any issues or need help.
    Be Safe
          ● Practicing cyber safety includes not making your profile public, not speaking to strangers, not sharing personal information, and not sharing your camera or photos.
          ● Follow all LBUSD Technology Use Guidelines (Administrative Regulation 6163.4).
          ● Audio or video-recording with any technology (i.e., cellphones, cameras, recorders, and/or computer features) is prohibited unless there is prior approval from everyone involved as per California Education Code 51512.
          ● Bullying, explicit or discriminatory (including hate and bias) language or actions are unacceptable. Report any bullying or inappropriate behavior to your teacher or school staff. Any student violating district or school-wide behavior expectations will be subject to appropriate disciplinary action.

    As a general rule, any items or activities prohibited on school grounds or at a school-sponsored activity will not be allowed during online instruction. More specifically, students may not display, show, or brandish illegal items or weapons, including knives and guns during distance learning. Online instruction is a formal school environment and Online Student Behavior Expectations & Digital Citizenship_Student Support Services_091620 students remain obligated to obey the school rules, even when joining from off-campus. Displaying any such items in a distance learning context is strictly prohibited. These rules are designed to protect the student, others around them and to help each class stay focused on the important task of learning.

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    Office Hours

    The CAMS' office is open from 8 am to 4 pm by appointment, please call 310-243-2025.  

    Horas de Oficina:

    Las horas de oficina de CAMS son de 8am a 4 pm favor de llamar por una cita al 310-243-2025.  

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