Starting April 6th parents and students will be able to find weekly activities for each grade level and subject area. These activities are meant to facilitate learning at home during school closures. Please email your child's teacher with any questions and check back each week for updated activities.
It is important to understand that "distance learning" does not necessarily mean "online learning." Rather, distance learning takes place when students are separated from their instructors, as well as their peers and is a way for students to learn from locations outside of traditional school buildings. During this time, we are focused on ensuring students can maintain and enhance their academic skills.
Be sure to check out Other Resources for distance learning tips, educational websites, social-emotional resources, and ways to support all learners.