Elementary At-Home Learning PreK-5th
Next week's Parent U session will be, "Developing Mathematical Problem Solving Skills." Parents can go here to attend using the following login info:
Meeting ID: 7xsQML
Regular communication and the partnership between teachers and parents will be crucial to the success of Elementary students during at-home learning. Parents may be needed at home to assist their student with logging into applications, monitoring their participation and their progress and ensuring completion of asynchronous activities.
Our ideal goal is for students to engage in approximately a full day of academic content, including participation in live instruction with a teacher. Whole group and small group live meetings will occur throughout the day in 15 to 45 minute increments for at least 1 hour of student-teacher interaction per day. Our goal is to work together to keep our students safe, healthy, productive, and happy in their learning work:
Every teacher will be available and ready to respond to emailed questions throughout the school day. Please check your email regularly during this at-home learning experience, as well. Our goal is to provide you and your child with timely support, feedback, and encouragement to keep this experience relevant and rewarding.
In the weekly plans for learning activities, there is a link to the At-Home Learning Family Communication Form. We request that this form be used for questions, to seek additional support, and to provide us with ongoing feedback. Our goal is to provide a timely response to needs and your feedback will be beneficial for our on-going instructional planning.
Sample Daily Schedule for Students in Grades PreK-5
The plan below is just one example of how to structure a day of at-home learning. We understand that families have varying schedules and our goal is to provide a predictable daily routine for at-home learning work expectations. We will use Clever, a tool that gives students a simple, single, sign-on system, to support them in being able to work independently as much as possible. We understand that families may need to make adjustments depending on their daily schedules, tasks, student’s age, device availability, and other factors, so school work priorities will be highlighted within the At Home Learning plans. The goal is for each student to engage in one of the recommended plans, based on grade level: