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    Roosevelt School District Learning Plan During School Closures


    English Language Arts and Math Practice Take Home Packet Distribution 

    The Roosevelt School District No.66 has distributed packets for four-weeks' worth of English Language Arts and Math practice. The packets will be available for all grade levels. Please note, students with special needs will receive 1:1 virtual or telephonic contact from their teachers to tailor the content to their needs. These packets are in addition to resources already listed on our learning resources page. District and Campus Administrators have been distributing the packets at school sites during the breakfast and lunch meal distribution timeframe, which is 9 - 10:30 a.m. The learning packets will also be distributed to students on the mobile meals bus routes between 10 a.m. and Noon and continuing next week. In addition, individual campuses will also make packets available during other times to accommodate families. 

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    Grab-and-Go Breakfast and Lunch Meal Service

    Students can pick up both breakfast and lunch grab and go meals between 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. at each of the 16 school locations Monday-Friday OR they can walk to one of 19 bus stop locations between 10 a.m. and Noon Monday-Friday. All students under 18 years of age can pick up meals to go. Child must be present to participate. 


  • Assignment Reviews and Websites to help your child during our  school closure due to COVID-19  (3/16/2020 through 4/10/2020)

    Dear Jorgensen Parents,


    Teachers are working diligently to maintain open lines of communication during this time.   You may receive a phone call, text or e-mail with an invitation to join class DOJO.  Please use the teacher provided class DOJO code that is assigned to your child to join.  (Email invites may only be used to create a parent account on the web.)  Once the account is created, you can access it on both the website and the app.


    Create Account with a DOJO Code:

    1. Download the ClassDojo app from Google Play store
      Click “I’m a parent”
      Input required information 
      For more information please visit




     ABCMouse.com (the code is school7771) or (SCHOOL7771)


    Epic (it's an app)
    Khan Academy


    https://www.k5learning.com/reading-comprehension-worksheetshttps://www.k5learning.com/reading-comprehension-worksheets  Reading 
    https://www.commoncoresheets.com/https://www.commoncoresheets.com/  Math 
    Youtube tutorials can help if parents are having difficulty with homework

    Some sites Ms. Sulwer suggests for math are ones I use:  Common Core math.  Engage New York.  These have worksheets and ENY has pages for instruction.  I’m suggesting students practice knowing their addition facts for single digits.  (They should know these by the end of 2nd grade.). We’ve also learned and should be learning addition and subtraction up to 1,000, including regrouping, borrowing and carrying over.  I would like to see more practice with two step story problems using money and time.
    For ELA, read and read and read some more. Read silently, read out loud, be read to, everything!  We have used story on line where celebrities read favorite stories with feelings!  (I especially like Mary Steenburgen who reads Strega Nona!) Writing about the stories will be helpful.  I would have them focus on the 5 W’s and how. Also, compare (same) and contrast (different) two similar stories. Since we’re starting Spring, I would suggest finding rabbit stories, like Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter and The Velveteen Rabbit.  These are on line, youtube.
    For science, I bought butterflies.  I’m going to have to open the caterpillars before they die.  I would like for them to find the butterfly life cycle on line or in books.  We were also going to plant seeds, starting them in clear Ziploc bags with a moist paper towel and record what they noticed for two weeks.  Then they could plant them. 


    www.Zearn.org (aligned to the engage NY Math curriculum)
    www.xtramath.org (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division fluency
    www.storylineonline.net(story books for their reading logs. If their teacher gives them that for homework)

    3/16/2020 - MS. GODFREY'S CLASS

    I have attached some social stories to help students understant COVID 19, at different reading levels.  If children are not ready for reading sentences, parents can read the stories to them and discuss pictures.  I also attached a schedule resorce.  Below are some free resources for parents:
    A really useful Math curriculum for K-5.  Contians whole lesons, games and virtual teachers.  The have opened free resources for parents - the parent support link is here:
    https://help.zearn.org/hc/en-us/articles/360044495614 The same link in Spanish: https://help.zearn.org/hc/en-us/articles/360045025533

    VOOKS - an online library of story videos:  Vooks is a great resource to use in the home with your children.  Vooks is a streamng library of ad-free, kid-safe animated read-aloud storybooks, trusted by teachers and enjoyed by millions of children around the world every week.  It is an entire library of storybooks, brought to life, to help encourage the love of reading.  You can sign up for Vooks and use the take-home resources to help keep your children reading 20 minutes a day during these extraordinary times.  Sign Up Link:  www.vooks.com/parent-resources
    Take-Home Lessons Plans
    Online Resources
    These resources were designed and shared specifically by SPED teachers for SPED students, but would be relevant for a lot of our K-2/3 students too and can be adapted-unfortunatly, some need to be printed.
    Interactive Reading Journal:
    Screen Free Challenge:
    Grocery Store budgeting (money)

    4th GRADE
    Online resources

    - Math
    - https://www.funbrain.com/grade/4
    - commoncoresheets.com
    - https://www.education.com/games/fourth-grade/math/
    - https://www.turtlediary.com/games/fourth-grade.html
    - ELA
    - https://www.education.com/games/fourth-grade/ela/
    - https://www.abcya.com/grades/4
    - https://www.turtlediary.com/games/fourth-grade/language-arts.html
     To prepare for our last big writing project have students complete the following:
    - Choose an animal.
    - Research online, finding 4 - 8 facts (listed in bullet points) for each of the following categories:
    - Habitat (location, environment, temperature, etc.)
    - Shelter (what do they use for shelter? materials needed? why? etc.)
    - Predators/Prey (what eat
    - Adaptations
    - Interesting Facts


    3/20/2020 - DR. WRIGHT'S CLASS - Daily Lessons:

    Go to:  https:/./zoom.us/.meetings

    *Look at the top of the webpage for the words "Join a Meeting" and click "Join a Meeting"  Meeting ID:  304-689-924  Meeting Password:  509297.  Dr. Wright will be delivering lessons Monday - Friday during the following time frames. 

    Students are free to reach me at the following times each day, Monday-Friday.
    By phone: 480-205-8166 (call or text)
    Monday - Friday 8:00am - 10:00am
    Monday- Friday 12:00pm - 1:00pm
    Monday - Friday 3:00pm-5:00pm

    Video meeting in the Zoom room 
    Monday - Friday 10:00am - 12:00pm
    Monday - Friday 1:00pm - 3:00pm

    A site that would help parents at home with math homework is Khan Academy. I assign students practice work on the topics we are working on during each unit and parents can search for the topics and watch videos that demonstrate how to solve problems and provide strategies. I also use the same to help students in grade 6 when they come to see me for tutoring so I am confident parents could use this to support their students if they know the math topic their child is working on. 
    Parents can set up an account with ReadWorks (readworks.org) and choose reading material based on topic and reading level (grade level). If parents encourage their child to read these selections and they have questions that they could do with their child, helping them build their reading comprehension and understand how to find answers in a passage. 

    6th Grade - Ms. Bryant's Classes

    Here are two great websites for review about the cell unit we covered in class.

    On this website students can view powerpoints, videos, and participate in activities that review the cells topic we covered in class.
    Through this website students can read review articles about the animal and plant cells we covered in class.
    Students and parents feel free to communicate any questions or concerns through ClassDojo
    Ms. Richmond's classes
    Hi Families - I would like to kick-off our Discussion Forums and Book Club tonight 3/24/2020!!! 
    Please have your student follow the instructions below for Tonight's first Session!!! I am so excited to see and talk to each of you!! Tonight will just be dedicated to signing on and seeing each other!!
    Topic My Meeting
    Description 6th Grade Discussion Form & Book Club
    Time: Mar 24, 2020 07:00 PM Arizona
    Meeting ID 583-743-8943
    Join URL: https://zoom.us/j/5837438943 


    3/16/2020 - Mr. Mondez's Classes:

    1.  Pearson Easybridge  https://www.rsd66.org/
    .  Science Gizmos www.explorelearning.com
    3.  Class Dojo - dojo.me (You must add me for some instructions about your assignments.)

    A.  Open  ClassDojo app or website: dojo.me
    B.  Tap "I'm a student" (for App only)
    C.  Enter codes to join class.  The codes are:

    7A - BXKVGA
    7B - QUBGYB
    8A - QBJNRY
    8B - HDUFYO

    Hmhco.com/ed It’s the HMH Intro to Literature. Parents are invited to join Ms. Green on Class Dojo through their phones/website and she can help them.

    Khan Academy

    Ms. Green's Students -  my students need to complete the work in HMH for 7th and 8th grades, 7th-units 1,2,3, and 8th grade Unit 1,2,3, and Anne Frank we read this  book last year should be reinforcement for 8th graders. These units were taught and you need to complete the computer, workbook, essays and  journal work.  We are learning about Auschwitz x in SS. Some students are behind. This is all past work, even Anne Frank. you have been doing all analyze, vocabulary, citing and essays, This should be good practice and summative assessment for the 8th graders.

    Hello All,  (from Ms. Green) 3/25/2020
    I hope you're all doing well. I am writing to see if there's anything I can do to help with your lessons. Please work on your HMH literature bool  and journal.  Please complete the following assignments while we wait to see if when we will be returning back to school. Make sure to check news, school website, Zoom.com, Class Dojo/or HMH for school information.
    7th graders - Complete HMH units  3, 4, 5, 6, all lessons. Make sure you do all sign post, check your understanding, analyze text, Language convention in workbook, Class Dojo has practice worksheets setup too, and all HMH ONLINE selection test if you have a computer or internet.
    8th grader. - Complete HMH Unit 3, 4, 6 all lessons.  Make sure to do all sign post, check your understnding, analyze test, language convention in workbook, also Class Dojo has practice worksheets, and HMH ONLINE selection tests if you have a computer or internet. 
    I am available from 8am-3pm. M-F on Class Dojo.com and Zoom.com  to help you with any of your questions or needs.  You can also email or phone me. 
    Ms Green


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