03.19.2020

Organizing Your Remote Learning Schedule

By now, you may have found and organized a space that works well for your child to learn remotely. Now what? Let’s talk about organizing your learner’s day! We’ve provided sample daily schedules here, including one that’s great for working families. Take a look, and you can start to work toward a routine that suits your family’s needs. Be kind to yourselves and have fun while you navigate this new approach to learning, and remember: we’re here to support you along the way!

Sample-Daily-Schedules

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Note: We will regularly update this page regarding our response to the coronavirus pandemic, including distance learning and continuing services. Communication 4/6/20: Student Support: Speech Take-Home Packet  4/4/20: Student Support Webinars: Speech & OT 3/30/20: Student Support: Prior Written Notice Re: Charter/LEA… Read more

English Language Learners

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