Early K-6th Parents
Courtney Bake
Monday, March 16, 2020

Dear Early K-6th Parents:

What a crazy time it is in the world of education!  I wanted to let you know that your students' teachers are working incredibly hard to come up with ingenious ways to deliver quality content.  We are counting on you to help us out while the students are out of our building. Teachers will be delivering content through paper packets, digital format or a combination of both.  They will send directions on how to complete instruction and assignments and will be checking in with all of you regularly to see how things are going.

Tuesday, March 17 beginning at noon, you may pick up the supplies that your child’s teacher intends for them to use.  We need to do this curbside and not allow you in the building so please contact your child’s teacher with the arrangements.  Keep in mind, some teachers are sending home content to be worked on and some will be ready on March 23rd. Please stay in touch with your child’s teacher.

Please be diligent with your children on working on the assignments and the content with what is sent home.  We also know that students will want to go above and beyond what is given to them so here are some websites that can provide above and beyond.

ABCMouse

ABCya

Starfall

https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html?caching

Epic (free for 30 days)

Storyline Online (free)

Vooks (free for 30 days)

Wonderopolis (free)

National Geographic Young Explorers (free)

Khan Academy

Code.org

Math Flashcards

Khan Academy Grammar

NaNoWriMo Young Writers Program

It is imperative that you try to keep your child on a schedule.  Getting them up similar to school time, doing some work, playing outside, chores, regular bedtime etc.  This will help in the transition when it is time to come back to school.

Regards,

Courtney Bake

EK-6 Principal