Fallon Grade-level Class Pages coming soon!
Students: you will notice soon (if not already) a change on your Canvas Home Page and/or your Infinite Campus schedule for 2nd quarter to include a new class. Do not be alarmed! Depending on your grade-level, the course is titled “FMS Class of 20__: _th Grade Class Page.” You might also see the title, “FMS _th Grade.” For those of you who attended Fallon last year, this “class” is in lieu of our Grade-level Google Classrooms.
We will refer to the new course as your Grade-level or Class page. IT IS NOT a class you will ever “attend.” It is solely used by our administrators, counselors, teachers and support staff to keep you informed of activities, announcements and other things happening for Fallon students.
Please check it regularly or when instructed to by your teachers, as there may be a survey (for example) we would like our students to take. It is a great space for us to collect and share information with you.
Remember, it will look like an actual course in your schedule, but WILL NOT be one to “attend” (unless there’s a virtual meeting we want over 500 students to participate in!)
We wanted to further clarify how creating the Canvas Grade-level Class Page courses affected your schedule in Infinite Campus.
Course 111111 "Small Group & Self Directed Learn" was used to populate the Canvas Grade-level Class Page course. On Infinite Campus, 7th and 8th grade students now see their 1st quarter class "dropped" with Kelly Zummo and replaced with Cheryl Di Grazia (7th) or Candice Baligaya (8th) 2nd-4th quarters. For 6th graders, students only see that Kelly Zummo's name has been added to the course for all quarters.
Basically, on Infinite Campus the grade-level class page doesn't have the same title as the actual Canvas "course." As with our message earlier about this exciting change, there is no class for you to actually attend. On your Canvas account, this "course" is used for announcements, activities and surveys for Fallon students and staff by grade-level.