Middle School

It is important to keep consistency for your student during these challenging times. We recommend creating a daily routine for your student. The schedule can be flexible to meet the needs of your family. The resources below may be helpful to incorporate into a daily routine. We will continue to add resources, so please check back. If your student's teachers have provided resources, you will continue to have access to those as well.


  • : 40 minutes per week

  • Independent reading: 40 minutes per day

  • Other ELA activities (e.g. Newsela): 20 to 30 minutes per day

  • A sample schedule is available here


  • : 40 minutes per week

  • Other math activities (e.g. Khan Academy): 40 minutes per week


Science Activities (e.g. Science Experiments for Middle Schoolers and/or Scholastic Study Jams): 60 minutes per week

Social Studies

Social Studies Activities (e.g. iCivics Games and/or PBS News Hour Extra): 60 minutes per week

A note on privacy...

The following links are provided as optional online learning providers for parent(s)/guardian(s) to explore as potential self-directed learning activities. These optional online providers are not in anyway affiliated with Mt. Greylock Regional School District, and the District does not assume any legal liability for the linked optional third party learning providers.

Canvas is a platform that allows students to access their courses, submit assignments, participate in discussions, view grades and course materials.

Google Classroom allows students to communicate with teachers, participate in discussions as well as view and submit assignments.

Khan Academy offers practice exercises, instructional videos and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom. Parents/Guardians can learn to use Khan Academy by following this link: https://bit.ly/2QaeHkR.

Subject: Math, Social Studies, Science, SAT/ACT Prep, Coding, and Computer Science.

Grade(s): K-12

Vocab-u-lous challenges middle and high school students to build their vocabulary through challenging activities and games.

Xtra Math is a math fact fluency program designed to build foundational skills in order to free mental resources for complex problem solving.

Subject(s): Math

Algebra Nation is an online mathematics teaching and learning platform developed by the University of Florida Lastinger Center for Learning in partnership with Study Edge.

Subject(s): Math

Edulastic is an online assessment platform.

Membean is an online program design to boost student vocabulary based on their current skill level.

Subject(s): All

Scholastic for Kids allows kids to access books, authors, and games.

Subject(s): Reading

Time for Kids is a kid friendly version of Time magazine. It provides information for kids that explains the world around them while exposing them to news literacy.

Subject(s): All

CPALMS: Practice Math, ELA, and Science is an online resource that contains student tutorials to support learning across all curriculum areas.

Subject(s): All

The Library of Congress provides access to over 162 million books, periodicals, manuscripts, maps, music, recordings, images, and electronic resources.

TedEd is a youth and education iniative. It incorporates videos and lessons to support learning.

Kuta Software provides sample math worksheets with answers for Pre-Algebra, Algebra, Algebra II, Geometry, Precalculus and Calculus.

Subject(s): Math

Quizlet allows students to practice and master material in all subject areas with millions of pre-made study sets.

Subject(s): All

Mount Greylock Library Media Center

Powerschool: Students and Parents provides access to grades and assignments.

Google Arts and Culture allows students to explore culture, history and art collections from all over the world.

Subject(s): Art