These are packets that were sent home with the students with their report cards. If you have any problems, please contact your child's teacher using the SchoolStatus number that they contacted you with.
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Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann has created three grade-appropriate activities for your consideration as you send home learning packets and online assignments for pre- K- 12 students. The assignments all center on communicating with lawmakers about how the current crisis is impacting students and families.
These are optional and designed to be fun and thoughtful additions to any work you are already sending home. They are not intended to create additional work for you.
This is a stressful time for many, including the adolescents in our lives. Feeling anxiety or depression is a common reaction in times of uncertainty, and the COVID-19 pandemic certainly qualifies as such a time. This is something new that we are all facing together. Please use and share the resources with parents, educators, and administrators to support yourself, adolescents who you work with or encounter, and those around you who might be feeling overwhelmed, stressed, anxious or depressed:
CO-VID 19 has turned everyone’s lives upside down and brought with it a lot of big changes and adjustments. Many of these changes may be hard for children and teenagers to understand. They may bring about a lot of anxiety or fears. Here are a few tips to help you and your family handle the quarantine of CO VID 19.
The resources on the Learning-at-Home pages are designed to provide supplementary learning materials for when students are out of school for an extended time. To help parents, caregivers, and students engage in continued education, we have shared resources for students in Early Childhood through elementary school, middle school, and high school. These resources do not replace what your child has learned at school, but instead, help students practice the skills and strategies taught by their teachers. During this unusual time of extended school closures nationwide, it is important that students continue to read, write, and engage in social studies, science, and math activities.