UPDATE to parents – 3/25/20; New learning to begin April 1

New review and reapplication of skills resources have been posted to the SGResources1920 link. These resources are available to you to continue to work through self-guided and parent-guided practice. We encourage you to visit the page and engage with the resources. We will leave these resources open to you for the duration of our separation.

NEW Learning

We will continue to provide review and reapplication resources to families until March 31. While the Governor has not provided guidance about extending the closure, we do anticipate being closed past March 31.  On Monday, March 30 we will be launching a Scotia-Glenville Home Learning Support page online. We will be sharing information about how to access the page, help resources, connect to teachers’ Google classrooms and social/emotional support on March 30. We will end the academic reviews that we have been doing and will begin to provide new learning starting April 1. It is our expectation that all families are engaged in new learning beginning April 1.

Need access to a computer/Chromebook?

We are taking this time to plan high quality resources for your children and make sure all families have access to a computer/Chromebook. If your family is in need of a computer/Chromebrook, CLICK THIS LINK and we will connect you with resources.

WMHT

Our local PBS station, WMHT Public Media is now offering an educational programming block to support at-home learning.

WMHT will also continue to offer educational programming for pre-k through grade 3 students during the day on WMHT-TV and all-day on WMHT’s 24/7 PBS Kids channel and streaming service. For the complete programming schedule, related resources, and additional home learning opportunities, visit https://www.wmht.org/homeclassroom/

From 8 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, WMHT WORLD will offer programming for students in grades 4-12. Each full day line-up will cover a range of subjects including science, math, social studies, history and literature.

To find any WMHT channel on your television, visit https://www.wmht.org/findwmht/

Be sure to check out Scotia-Glenville’s Q&A for more updated information.