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Educational Resources

Back-to-school meetings will be held with teachers, parents and students via ZOOM video-conferencing.

Sept.1st: Grades K-2

Sept. 2nd: Grades 3-4

Sept. 3rd: Grades 5-6

Meeting will be held at 6:00 and 7:00 pm.

Please look for an email or other notice from the school to provide parents with the internet link and password.

If you have questions or do not receive the conference link, or are not able to video-conference,

please contact you student’s teacher via email (linked under faculty on this website) or by phoning the school during school hours.

 

Digital and Internet Safety

Please take time to review the NetSmart flyer (linked on the right) to remind students and parents of safe internet behaviors and practices.

Parents can change their student’s network password to better manage risks from unauthorized users and to facilitate student access. Please refer to the Parental Password Management document linked on the right.

 

STUDENT ONLINE LEARNING AT HOME:

While the Hawthorne building is closed, teachers are working hard to continue to teach remotely via packets and online instruction. Laptops have been made available to students to use at home to continue their classwork. To gain access to all teacher/student programs for instruction and learning please click on the STUDENT ONLINE RESOURCES button on the homepage of our website. For help to locate this button click on the link to the right.

 

STUDENT EMOTIONAL LEARNING; an at home resource

Our School Counselor, Lisa Jones, has provided this resource to help students in grades K-2 learn to identify what they are feeling and to deal with negative emotions. For access to the 8 lessons click on the link to the right. As you use these lessons, clicking on the appropriate picture will connect you with the book/resource in You Tube.   

 

Mindfulness Web Site http://bemindfulwithmsbobbi.weebly.com/

This simple website is intended to provide mindful activities and resources to parents and students, because who couldn't use a little more mindful fun in their lives right now? It was created by a SLCSD school social worker who is passionate about mindfulness and sharing it with others!

 

Utah Education Network (UEN) Resources:

In order to support our education partners, UEN launched a website called Learn@Home. The site consolidates timely resources for PreK-Grade 12 teachers, students and parents/caregivers. While many of the resources are for students with home internet access, you’ll also see a link to the UEN-TV schedule with educational programming that is available statewide through television channel 9.1., and programs for early learners from PBS Utah, including the 24/7 kids channel 7.4.  UEN will be adding resources as they become available.

 

Library of Congress and the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature, Jason Reynolds

The Library of Congress is teaming up with Author Jason Reynolds, National Ambassador for Young People's Literature to create a video series with creative writing prompts for kids. New videos will be posted every Tuesday & Thursday at 10:30 am EDT.

These videos provide a fun and creative way to have your students practice their writing skills, as well as being an emotional outlet during this time of social isolation.
If the link below does not bring up the right webpage, you can search for Jason Reynolds and the Library of Congress.

https://www.loc.gov/item/prn-20-028?loclr=twloc

On the LOC webpage you will find links for connecting via the internet, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, so you can choose the platform that works best for your situation.

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