Updated 5/14/20

We hope you are enjoying the activity boards we are sending every Friday.  Let us know if you have any questions or require additional resources.  

Please know that we will continue to do our best to support you and your child during this uncertain time.  Make sure you are accessing your child's general education teacher's class page for links to review materials and curriculum concepts.  This week we began Phase 4 "Virtual Schoolhouse" and all grade levels have created and posted an instructional learning schedule.  This will be updated each week.  We have collaborated with the general education teachers to provide "Tips for Success" so our students can access the curriculum.   These tips are located at the bottom of each day's lesson.  Please continue to check our files for resources to assist with scaffolding instruction and if you need something specific, email us.  We have designated online office hours on Mondays from 10-11; however, please reach out at any time with questions or concerns.

It is imperative to continue to access the curriculum for practice to ensure mastery of previously taught concepts.  As you work with your children at home, it is important that they have access to the accommodations and modifications that are used daily at school.  We have added a PDF under the Useful Links tab that further explains these accommodations. 

Under the File and Documents tab we will continue to update and add files that will help support IEP goal areas.  If you are in need of a copy of your child's IEP to see goal areas and accommodations that are used daily, please email us and we will send you a copy via email.  We have recently added a folder titled "Executive Functioning Task Cards".  These task cards focus on skills such as time management, organization, planning, working memory and more.  Instructions on how to use the cards are included.   

The Office of Special Education has also provided a link to support home learning.  There some great resources under the Reading and Math tab.

Office Of Special Education At Home Learning Resources.


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