Distance Learning Opportunities
A Message to our Families
This resource page provides links to our suggested learning opportunities and materials that families can utilize at home with their students during our closure due to COVID-19. Select from the links below to request a student Chromebook, access the free online resources or help your student log in to our Clever portal for resources already connected to their student account.
Complete our Distance Learning Feedback Form
We are collecting information from families for all of our students to help plan possible options for when school resumes in August. Please complete our Distance Learning Family Feedback Form by Friday, May 15. Be sure to complete a new form for each of your students in our district.
Request a Chromebook or a Printed Packet
Request a student Chromebook or printed Activity Pack for students in Kindergarten through Grade 8.
Classroom helps students and teachers organize assignments, boost collaboration, and foster better communication. Students access their Google Classroom through our Clever Portal.
i-Ready At-Home Activity Packs
Printable At-Home Activity Packs in Reading and Mathematics for students in Kindergarten through Grade 8.
Scholastic Learn At Home
Day by day projects to keep kids reading, thinking and growing in Preschool through Grade 9.
COVID-19 school closure resources including daily schedules for students ages 2 through 18 and remote learning resources.
You can also access Khan Academy in Spanish: https://es.khanacademy.org/
Distance Learning Opportunities Frequently Asked Questions
Please see below for answers to some of our frequently asked questions regarding the suggested learning opportunities.
Does my child have to complete the suggested learning opportunities provided?
- Completing the suggested learning opportunities is highly encouraged, but voluntary.
- Nothing that teachers provide will be used to lower a students grade as of March 13.
How do I use the suggested learning opportunities and resources?
- The purpose of the materials is to maintain skills during the school closure. They are a review of past learning and students should be able to complete them independently without teacher support.
What do I do with these materials?
- If you accessed the materials through the website, you may:
- Print the packets and write on the printed pages
- Alternately, you may view the materials and write answers on a separate sheet of paper or type the answers on an electronic document of your own.
- If you have picked up a printed copy of materials, you may write directly on the packet since they will not be returned.
What if my Chromebook stops working or has technical issues?
- Please do not take the device elsewhere to try and repair. Families can email our Information Technology department at email@example.com to request support with your student Chromebook. A member of our IT Department is available to support Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 am to 4:30 pm. Please include student's name, Perm ID number, school, and brief description of problem.
What about other assignments or missing work?
- Any assignments or missing work students choose to complete during our closure is voluntary and individual teachers may use that to raise the students overall grade. A student grade cannot be lower if they do not submit their work.
RCOE Art Connects
A Virtual Art Contest for All Students in Grades TK-12 hosted by Riverside County Office of Education.
CAASPP and ELPAC Practice Assessments
Even though CAASPP testing is suspended this year due to our closure, the online resources from Smarter Balanced can help your student practice their skills. Support for the English Proficiency Assessment of California (ELPAC) is also available by selecting below.
The California Department of Education has provided a web page with the following page for educators and families:
We will continue to update our resources as they become available.
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