Watch Chapel Live
Remote Learning Resources
Valor uses the Zoom platform for online classes. This allows for real-time instruction, and unique engagement in an online atmosphere.
All of our classrooms are online. Need to get to class? Access the link below using your GoValor email.
Need IT Support?
Do you have a question related to Valor technology or online learning? Get in touch with our IT Helpdesk below.
Not at this time. The Valor campus is closed.
Yes. Course work will be graded and count towards each student’s cumulative GPA. Students remain responsible for fulfilling course requirements. Faculty will provide guidance on how to participate in class and will inform students of expectations for completing required course work including participating in online lectures, course assignments, and exams.
Students should log in to their classes as scheduled on the remote learning schedule. If students are unable to attend a scheduled online class, they will be considered absent. Parents should utilize the Valor Attendance Line 303.471.3100 to report absences. Parents are requested to call by 10:00 am on the day of the student’s absence.
The Valor Academic and College Counselors (Sheila Beckie, Zonya Hamilton, Jay McCann, Todd Pulliam, Laura Vallen, Chad Van Soest, and Sheri Magehee) are available to assist with coordinating and monitoring any extended absence needs of students. In some cases, an accommodation plan will be determined including short-term and longer-term interventions.
No. Remote education will extend until further notice, but no longer than May 20th.
In addition to regular class times noted above, students may contact teachers and team members during the scheduled office hours or by emailing them directly. Email communication is preferred, but you may also call your teacher or other team members at their office phone number, which can be found under their name on the online directory, or by calling 303-471-3000, then pressing 1 for the directory.
The College Board has determined that for the 2019-20 exam administration only, students can take a 45-minute online exam at home. For each AP subject, there will be two different testing dates. Students will be able to take the streamlined exams on any device they have access to—computer, tablet, or smartphone. Taking a photo of handwritten work will also be an option. We will keep you updated as more information is available to us. Colleges support this solution and are committed to ensuring that AP students receive the credit they’ve worked this year to earn. Information about the reduced scope of content that will be covered on each 2020 AP Exam will be posted on AP Central®. AP teachers will talk through this with their students and ensure students are adequately prepared. The specific test dates and the free-response question types will all be posted by the College Board before April 3.
Yes. More information will be provided at a later date.
First of all, students should contact their teacher to let them know that they are struggling. Next students should contact our IT Help Desk.
After the first few weeks of remote learning, we anticipate asking students for feedback on their experience. Please encourage your student(s) to complete the survey provided to them. This will allow us to know how to improve our approach.
It is our hope that we will be allowed to return students to campus if and when the CDC and local governments provide an ‘all-clear’. Join us in prayer that the virus will stop its spread and we will be in a safe position to return to school.