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5/6/2020 LAST WEEKLY POST

  • All of these activities will remain here for the remainder of the year and throughout the summer, however I will no longer be posting new weekly suggestions.  Those activities will be incorporated into my Google Classroom lessons.  Enjoy the plentiful resources throughout my website.  

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Week 6 4/29-5/6


Week 5 4/15-4/29


Week 4 4/8-4/15


Week 3 4/1-4/8


Week 2 3/25-4/1


Week 1 3/18-3/25 Resources

K-1 Resources

Grade 2 Resouces

Grades 3-5 Resources


Coronavirus Closure Information and Activities

  • Very exciting news! The website for remote learning support is LIVE! Here is the link! 
     
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  • On April 21, 2020, under the existing state of emergency (declared on March 10, 2020), Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced that all public and private schools in MA will be closed for the remainder of the school year.  Please see the following email from Dr. Bonneville dated 4/21/20:

    Dear Students, Families, Teachers and Staff:

    Governor Baker just announced that all public and private schools in MA will be closed for the remainder of the school year. Recognizing that we are still in the grips of this pandemic, and we can’t ensure people’s safety, I believe this was the right direction. This doesn’t mean that summer vacation starts early- remote learning will continue as we have been doing. The state will offer guidance as to which “power standards” teachers should focus their attention, and additional resources from DESE will be forthcoming. Additionally, the School Committee has agreed to offer instructional technology support stipends to staff in order to offer assistance to parents and teachers in accessing the learning portal.

    Less than half of the people in MA have filled out the census survey that was mailed to them. If you have not done so, please complete asap as this helps to inform the state on town funding for schools.

    There are many unanswered questions at this time, such as how will graduations and orientations be held, when will field trip money be refunded, how students will clean out their lockers, will expectations change, etc. The administrative leadership team has been teleconferencing several times a week, and we promise to provide you answers as soon as possible. Stay safe and healthy!

    Thank you,
    Diana Bonneville


     

    I will update this page frequently with new ideas, activities and resources if you are looking for something to try.  

    ● Keep a diary as if you were the main character
    ● Draw a picture of each chapter
    ● Write a new ending for the story
    ● Write a song about a character
    ● Have compare and contrast 2 characters in the story


     

  • Free/Reduced Meals

    This form is to better guide us in meeting your family’s needs during the COVID-19 mandatory school closing. Meals will be available for students qualified for free/ reduced price meals. Please click on the link above and print off the form to fill out and bring to one of the 3 locations. If you do not have a printer forms will be available at all sites.  If your family has not qualified for free/ reduced price meals but is being challenged by food insecurities, please reach out to SHPS Food Service Director Matt Hoagland or Interim Superintendent Dr. Bonneville.

     

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