Coronavirus Impacts: Learning from Home

Coronavirus Impacts: Learning from Home

Updated March 25, 11:58 a.m.

Distance Learning Plan

The Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) has changed its position on educational services during this school closure. The new guidance is that education must continue during the closure. We are working on a plan for distance learning. We are also working hard to ensure that students who need devices get them. More information is coming next week. We appreciate your patience as we adjust and readjust to shifting circumstances and direction. Thank you in advance!


Online Learning Resources

To support at-home learning and reinforce in-school learning at home, we have compiled a list of digital resources and non-digital resources. These resources do not replace direct teacher instruction but rather reinforce skills that have been taught in the classroom. 

Non-Digital Resources

We have uploaded our K-5 non-digital resources on our website in multiple languages. Packets are available in Spanish, Vietnamese, Somali, Amharic and English. You can download and/or print them from home.

Digital Resources

  • See a list of digital tools available to students. 
  • Learn more about our plan to support families and students.

 

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