Academic Calendar
Letters to Households
Registration Packet
PowerSchoolCommunity ResourcesIn-District Transfer
Parent Support
Forbes: Home Schedule
Better World Ed-Teaching about Coronavirus
Enilda Clinic Resource Library
Parent Support for Learning
Parents Guide to Google Classroom
Seesaw for Parents
Common Sense for ParentsIn-depth information on cell phones, screen time, social media, privacy and online safety, news and media literacy, and much more. The site can be searched by age level or keywords like parental controls and monitoring internet use. There are in-depth ‘Ultimate Guides’ to topics like TikTok, Smart Devices, Snapchat, and Livestreaming. They also provide age-based ratings and reviews of TV shows, movies, music, apps, games, YouTube Channels, and books.
Explaining the News to our KidsCommon Sense- age-based tips on how to talk about the news and listen too.
Cosmic Kids Yoga- yoga & mindfulness
Scholastics- by grade level
COKITOS- Free Games for kids by age level
Art for Kids- YouTube channel
At home learning, what a day can look like
Virtual Tours through museums
Virtual Field trips
Lunch Doodles with Mo Williams1:00 PM ET weekdays
150+ Enrichment Activities for Children While Parents are Working Remotely
BrainPOP- Coronavirus explained
150 Educational shows on Netflix
Live Animal Cams
10 Tips for Parents Teaching Young Children at Home
Livestream Activities CalendarExample: Peter Reynolds, Shark Story Hour, Science Mom, Artist at Heart Paint Party, Robot Week, Cincinnati Zoo Home Safari, Taekwondo Ages 3-6, Beginner Ballet/Jazz/Tap, MetOpera, Lunch Lady
BeanstalkNow Free, ages 1.5-6, interactive educational pre-school children content
Club OASISSTEM club for those interested in STEM learning
Doodles At HomeOnline art projects for kids
Sites that Help Kids do Good- Common Sense
LaliloPhonics and comprehension program K-2
Big list of Ideas to do at Home with Kids
55 ways to Strengthen Fine Motor SkillsAges 2-3
Educational Opportunities At Home