Great way to get extra practice:
Lindsey Luke (M, T, alt. W)
Office Hours: 1:30 pm-2:00 pm
Weekly Zoom Meeting with the class:
Tuesdays from 1:30 pm-2:00 pm
Jennifer Pierce (alt. W, Th, F)
Wednesday & Friday: 1:30 pm-2:00 pm
Thursday: 1:30 pm- 2:00 pm
Thursdays from 1:30 pm-2:00 pm
Mrs. Luke's Contact Info:
Mrs. Pierce's Contact Info:
Clever Login (Use to Access Zearn)
Teacher Username: lluke1
Student Username: First Name
Password: Each student has a picture symbol
Khan Academy (An excellent resource for math tutorials and practice)
Brainpop or Brainpop Junior
Scholastic Book Orders (Code: M849J)
School is currently scheduled to re-open on April 27. We will update events for May and June at that time.
Welcome to our classroom! We are so excited to spend the 2019-2020 school year with you!
***For the most up to date announcements, events, and daily happenings, please check SeeSaw. This is the BEST way to stay updated on what your student is learning in the classroom.
May 16, 2020
Please feel free to reach out with any questions or to let us know how we can help support you and your kids as we continue this process!
We hope you all have a great weekend!
Jennifer Pierce and Lindsey Luke
May 4, 2020
· Please remind your student to check their SeeSaw account every day. We are sending feedback notes about math and writing and also sharing other updates that come from specialists or admin staff through SeeSaw. They can also use SeeSaw if they’d like to send us any updates or questions.
· Also, remind your student to glance back at their previous reading assignments in OneNote, as I am adding feedback for them after they complete assignments.
· Some parents have asked about when the final informational writing piece will be due. We will continue having mini-lessons over the next two weeks about different components their writing should have, plus revising and editing with the final due on May 15. In the meantime, please remind the kids to share their work with me on days that the OneNote assignment tells them to do so. If they need help sharing, having them check out the FAQ tab in their OneNote for a how-to video.
Our Office Hours will remain the same this week- we’re available for immediate email or SeeSaw response on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 1:30-2:00 (though we will be checking throughout the day and will get back to you as soon as possible during the workday). Our Zoom meetings will still be at 1:30 on Tuesday and 12:30 on Thursday. The codes remain the same.
Please feel free to reach out with any questions or to let us know how we can help support you and your kids during this process!
April 20, 2020
Welcome to our first day of online learning! Mrs. Pierce and I have been working hard to get everything set up in your student's OneNote for this week's lessons in reading, writing and math. We sent out an informational email on Friday, April 17th and posted the "How To" video on SeeSaw on Sunday, April 19th. The "How To" video explains where to find all the lesson, how to turn work in and how to login to their office 365 accounts and OneNote.
Here is a quick layout where to find their lessons in OneNote:
In student's folder labeled- 1-Reading Remote Learning
In student's folder labeled- 2- Writing Remote Learning
Daily lessons found in the Content Library- 3-Math Remote Learning
Lesson Problem Set and Sprints found in Content Library-Math Problem Set and Sprints (located right under 3-Math Remote Learning folder)
We have also uploaded our lesson plans for this week under the document section at the top of this site.
All work is due by 4 p.m. each Friday, unless otherwise posted on the assignment.
If you have any question, please let us know. We appreciate your patience as we navigate through this new journey of teaching and learning.
April 10, 2020
Week of April 6th to 10th
The weekly newsletter was sent out on Friday, April 3rd. If you did not receive it, or would like another copy, you can download it under the documents tab. You will also find other resources for your student under the document tab that will align with this weeks suggested activities.
We will have a weekly zoom meetings:
Tuesday @ 1:30 with Mrs. Luke
Thursday @ 12:30 with Mrs. Pierce
Have a wonderful week!
Week of March 30th to April 3rd
We have emailed and uploaded our weekly Newsletter for you to view. Please check the document section for any resources needed to complete the suggested activities in our newsletter.
We will be hosting a classroom zoom meeting on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. (Mrs. Luke) and on Thursday at 12:30 p.m. (Mrs. Pierce). We will send you an invite the day of the meeting. We look forward to seeing the students who can attend.
Update Week of March 23rd to March 27th
Please check your email for our weekly newsletters that were sent out today, Monday, March 23rd. We have also uploaded them to our document section, located at the top of the page. Under the document section you will find this week's newsletters, along with other resources your student can access during the school closure. Please remember these are all just suggestions and no work will be graded or turned in. However, we enjoy seeing the student's work, so they can share it with us through Seesaw and office 365.
We sent out Epic (a reading resource) invites for all families last week. If you did not receive one or can't seem to find it, please let us know and we can resend it. It's a great reading resource for your child to use during the school closure.
We miss our students and hope they are all doing well during this time. They are always welcome to send us a message on Seesaw or write us an email to say "hi".
We will be sending out our weekly newsletters for March 30th to April 3rd this coming Friday.
Wishing you a healthy and safe week!
Resources for Students to Access During School Closure:
Zearn- Available through their clever account
TrueFlix-Access through the Sunset Library (We will send login and password info through SeeSaw)
Brainpop- Access through their clever accounts
Topics we've covered along with the essential questions students will want to be able to answer:
Life Science-Why are relationships in an ecosystem important?
Writing-informative writing and narrative writing
Username: Student's first name
Password: Student ID #
Check your email for an invite that was sent on Monday, March 16th. Please let us know if you need us to resend it.
Actively Learn-access through their clever accounts