A workbook of learning opportunities for elementary students is provided online and a packet of materials has been mailed to each student’s home. The packets are expected to arrive by the end of this week. The workbook contains 10 days of offline and online reading, writing, math, science, art and physical education activities. It also includes a sample daily schedule, directions to access online resources, a daily checklist for each activity by content area, parent guides, student activities for each subject area, and QR codes that open web links and other tools when scanned.
For secondary students, teachers will be contacting students and parents with information on how to access their lessons and activities using Canvas, the district’s course management system that supports online learning and teaching. Packets containing offline activities will be mailed to middle school students without internet access.
Students receiving special education services and who have an IEP will be contacted by their case manager for specialized learning opportunities. In addition, SPS At Home provides the following special education resources:
Materials for Pre-K students are in development and will be provided soon, as will translated curriculum for English Language Learners. Other resources available through SPS At Home include the following: