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Back to School Drive-Thru is on Wednesday, October 28 from 11am-5:00pm. Teachers will be doing deliveries from 11:00am-1:00pm.
If you miss a live class, login to Seesaw to complete the activities.
Student Teacher April Bailey is taking the lead on a number of classes. She will be completing her two weeks of solo teaching from October 19-30. Look for her letter in your child's goodie bag.
April Bailey
Watch the video tutorials linked below to see how to enter classes.

Welcome parents and panther pals!

This web portal provides you with

  • student access to classes
  • teacher bios
  • appointment availability
  • virtual tutoring
  • contact information

course roster & Access to Classes

Click on your classroom button below to attend class.

Students will learn the art of mindfulness, which is simply the practice of paying attention, on purpose, in the present moment, and without judgment. Every lesson is directly connected with the Collaborative for Academic Social & Emotional Learning (CASEL’s) five SEL competencies of self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision making, social awareness, and relationship skills.

  • Offered weekly on Tuesday 8:00-8:30 am

Students will continue to build on mindfulness practices, while developing other social emotional skills, such as coping, conflict resolution, decision making, and using I-statements. Every lesson is directly connected with the Collaborative for Academic Social & Emotional Learning (CASEL’s) five SEL competencies of self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision making, social awareness, and relationship skills.

  • Offered weekly on Monday 8:00-8:30

SMARTIES is the elementary course offering in the SMARTS program. Students who successfully complete the SMARTS program show increased motivation to learn, stronger effort, and a desire to use executive function strategies in their school work, homework, and studying. Students also develop the self-understanding to know which strategies work best for them as well as why, where, when and how to use these strategies in their academic work.

  • Offered weekly on Friday 8:00-8:30 am

SMART SWEETS is the secondary course offering in the SMARTS program. Students who successfully complete the SMARTS program show increased motivation to learn, stronger effort, and a desire to use executive function strategies in their school work, homework, and studying. Students also develop the self-understanding to know which strategies work best for them as well as why, where, when and how to use these strategies in their academic work.

  • Offered weekly on Thursday 8:00-8:30

Students will explore arithmetic operations and number systems and properties while developing consumer math skills.

  • Offered on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 10:30-11:00

Students will explore arithmetic operations, number systems, and algebraic thinking while developing consumer math skills.

  • Offered on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 11:00-11:30

Students build on their reading comprehension skills and academic vocabulary while learning how to compose analytical writing responses.

  • Offered on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 2:00-3:00

Students are taught strategies for decoding multisyllabic words and developing their reading comprehension skills while expanding their vocabulary in small group discourse.

  • Offered on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 1:30-2:00

Students are taught decoding strategies and given opportunities to apply developing skills in guided and independent reading practice.

  • Offered on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 1:00-1:30

Students will be participating in communication-based, content-based, and literature-based lessons. Reading and writing activities will help students develop literacy and language skills.

  • 1st Grade on Monday
  • 2nd Grade on Tuesday
  • 3rd Grade on Thursday
  • 5th Grade M,T,TH,Fri *9:00-9:30
  • Middle School on Friday

Students on the independent study plan will receive personalized support from Mrs. Taylor, Ms. April, and Ms. Kathy.

Students will be given weekly opportunities to engage in new scientific concepts and social studies themes through virtual field trips, small group discourse, and written reflections. Field trips occur on Wednesdays at student’s own pace in Seesaw.

Additionally, differentiated, intensive academic instruction and evidence-based strategies will be provided in order to align academic skill development with grade level content standards. Research based curricula are provided at the students’ instructional level.

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