• Welcome to Mrs. Limongelli's class page!

    dmlimongelli@jacksonsd.org

     

     Here is the link to our Google Classroom page.

     

     https://classroom.google.com/c/NjUxMzY2OTEwNjJa

    *** Beginning, Monday March 30th all required classwork will be posted to Google Classroom. We have a few optional activities posted until Sunday for you and your children to try out to become familiar with Google Classroom. Please email with any questions or concerns. ***

    dmlimongelli@jacksonsd.org

    srochette@jacksonsd.org

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    Good Morning Friends,

     

    Good morning! Today is Friday, March 27th.  It is our tenth day of remote learning. You all did a great job completing your second full week of remote learning! 

     

    We have a lot of things planned for you for next week that you will find in Google Classroom. On Tuesday, we will be taking our next math test. If you would like, we have posted some OPTIONAL math quick checks in Google Classroom to practice what we learned when we were last together in school. Please remember to hit “turn in” after you complete the quick checks.  These OPTIONAL assignments will be available all weekend. 

     

    We miss you and hope you have a Fantastic Friday! We hope you can get outside and play this afternoon. Check back Monday for a new message!

     

    Love, 

     

    Mrs. Rochette and Mrs. Limongelli

     

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    Remote Learning Tips for Parents 

    1. Keep students in a routine by creating a daily schedule.
    2. Write or print the schedule and have students check off items as they are completed.
    3. Create an organized and distraction free area for your students to complete their work.
    4. Incorporate frequent breaks to decrease frustration.
    5. Use a timer to help structure the work/break cycle.
    6. Remember to give your students praise and let them know you see that they are trying.

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    The following are resources available online to support your child in completing remote learning assignments.  The following are not required activities and are shared strictly as supplemental. They are intended to assist your child in completing the remote learning activities.

     

    Scholastic - This website features both fiction and non-fiction books with activities.

    https://classroommagazines.scholastic.com/support/learnathome.html

     

    Storyline Online - Have some of your favorite stories read to you by movie stars!

    https://www.storylineonline.net/

     

    ABCYA - Practice math and reading skills while playing fun games!

    https://www.abcya.com/

     

    Mystery Doug

    https://mysterydoug.com/

     

    Xtra Math - We use this resource in class frequently to improve fast fact fluency. It is free to use on a computer and the app (for an iPad) is $4.99. It is easier for children to use on an iPad. If you have not downloaded it and are interested in using it at home, please let me know and I will get you the login information.

    https://xtramath.org/



    Mystery Science

    https://mysteryscience.com/school-closure-planning

     

    Ocean County Library - Free audio/ books/ movies

    http://theoceancountylibrary.org/node/227 

     

    Virtual Field Trips

    https://docs.google.com/document/d/1tWG70dfNtNsxWWiENj6mDqGBj2hWHp5H0GPg2bdqs5I/edit

     

     

    Free collection of audion books.

    https://stories.audible.com/

     

    Sumdog https://www.sumdog.com/sch/cres1 is now free for students. This is a program your child has used in school. Their login information is in their red folder. They love this program. It practices math skills as well as spelling and grammar.