Welcome to Week 7-8 of the School Closure!
As always, please give your son/daughter a huge squeeze from me and tell them I miss them terribly!
My website will be a super useful resource for you and your child during this time of distance learning. In the left column, you will see a list of days under "Pages." I will post assignments, organized by subject, that your child needs to complete along with additional activities they may do if they have time or just want something more to do.
Remember, your child is responsible for completing Reading, Math, and Writing daily. Your child is also being graded in these subjects, so it is important for their 4th quarter report card (and ultimately end of the year grades as well)! I will receive your child's Reading & Math assignments online, so there is no need to submit any paper/pencil work. New with writing, remember, now your son/daughter will be able to submit their writing through Bloomz portfolio (student code: 9AURBG). You can either take a picture of their writing, attach a file (if they've typed it), or allow them to type directly in their portfolio. Either way, please make sure your child types the date into the subject line of their portfolio entry. Hopefully this will cut down on the need to come to the school to drop off materials (especially with the Governor's shelter in place mandate).
Below is a suggested schedule to follow this week. This is a suggested schedule, please do what works for you and your family! However, the more consistent and "normal" you make this, the easier it will be on your kiddo!
8am - 9am: GET READY
9am - 9:45am: READING
**See teacher web page. Ideally this would be time to read with a parent or sibling. If students are ready, they can read on their own.
9:45am - 10:00am: PLAY
**Ideally outside if weather permits.
10:00am - 10:15am: WRITING
**See teacher web page. Ideally this would be time to write with a parent or sibling. If students are ready, they can write on their own.
10:15am - 10:45am: MATH
**See teacher web page. Ideally this would be time to work with a parent or sibling. If students are ready, they can complete the assignment on their own.