Attention students and parents:  As all Richland Elementary Students are receiving remote instruction through December 1, 2020, please check this page and your child's Google Classroom for supplemental activities that will address your child's IEP goals and objectives.  

IEP goals will be addressed through the Seesaw Platform.  My first grade students have been using Seesaw in Mrs. Miller's classroom and are familiar with the process.  They also already have codes.  

My kindergarten students will receive an email and a phone call explaining the process.  It is easy and fun!  We will make the best of this until we can be together again.  

Remote Learner Resources: 

Mrs. Reefer is available at the following times to help remote learners.  Please feel free to call or email during the following time slots for individual help. 

Office Hours 11/16 through 12/1: 
Monday:  8:30 A.M.-10:00 A.M. 
Wednesday:  8:30 A.M.-10:00 A.M. 
Friday:  8:30 A.M.-10:00 A.M. 

Week of November 16th through November 20th,2020 


What’s Happening in My Virtual Classroom? 

Check the Google Classroom for your Assignments from the Special Teachers! 

All assignments are posted in Google Classroom. Please do not hesitate to email or call if you have any questions or concerns. I will be happy to help in any way I can.

Journeys Reading Series 

Lesson 8:  A Musical Day 

We will begin Lesson on Thursday.  The test will be Wednesday, November 18th 

  • HFW-  her, she, now, today, our would 

  • Spelling Words- on, got, fox, pop, not, hop 

  • Phonetic Skill-  Short o,  l blends and -ock

  • Grammar Skill - Statements 

  • Comprehension Skill - Sequence of Events, Narrator 

  • Writing - Thank You Notes 


  • Vocabulary Skill - Using a Glossary  

Begin Lesson 9 Dr. Seuss 

HFW-  after, read, draw, was, pictures, write 

Spelling:  yes, let, red, ten, bed, get 


 Monday 16th- Math 3-11 Counting with Calculators

 Tuesday 17th- Unit 3 Assessment 

Wednesday 18th- Unit 3 Open Response Assessment

  Thursday 19th- 4-1 Explorations  

  Friday 20th  - Touch Math and +3 facts 

Remote Learners:

We have updated Google Classroom and all of your new assignments are posted.  Think Central is the website we are using for our Journeys Series.  We will continue to post SeeSaw activities for Language Arts and Math. Please continue to play the our Everyday Math Games.   If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to email or call during the office hours posted at the top of the page.


Below are some websites where you can go to practice things we learn in school:

Storyline Online

Features celebrated actors including Viola Davis, Kristen Bell, Chris Pine, Lily Tomlin, Wanda Sykes, Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones, Betty White and more reading children’s books to inspire a love of reading in millions of children worldwide.


Cool Math Games

As the name suggests, this isn’t a boring math site. Excite your little mathletes (or struggling academics) with this hands-on site that’s brimming with strategy, logic and skill games. 

BrainPOP/BrainPOP Jr

Geared to helping kids from kindergarten to grade 12, this site offers tons of educational games and videos on subjects like social studies, math, science, art and history. BrainPOP Jr is great for little learners from kindergarten to grade three. Our school has a subscription, but there are plenty of free activities! 


A phenomenal resource for young readers, the site features tools and games that align with the school curriculum. This site is so fun, your kids will forget it’s educational.


If your little one is constantly asking why and how, then this is the place for her. You’ll never have to answer a tough question again (well, maybe!).

In addition, Miss Latoche, our librarian, has suggested these sites for some fun learning activities:

 www.AudioBookCloud.com - This site is an audio book database for kids to adults, however the direct link below provides direct access to the children's section.
Direct Link: http://www.audiobookcloud.com/autologin.aspx?U=tumble2020&P=A3b5c6&categoryID=33







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