**Please check Google Classroom for remote learning plans**
Contact information: firstname.lastname@example.org
First, I want to sincerely thank my students for their extraordinary adjustment to our remote learning. You have all stepped up to the challenge and I applaud you. I would also like to thank all the parents and families who are helping the students adjust to this new schedule.
For my literacy classes, all assignments are posted on each class's Google Classroom stream. Classroom remains a private page for the class, but students can access the Google Classroom pages here:
If you are a parent and would like to be added for a weekly update of your child's Google Classroom work, please fill out this form.
Thank you again, and please email me with any concerns or questions you may have.
Hope to see you soon!
-Mrs. Stephanie Tyler
Remind link: Remind Signup
Use the Remind code to join for text and email reminders about upcoming assignments and updates:
Periods 1-2 Code -> @tylerlit12
Periods 4-5 Code -> @tylerlit45
Periods 7-8 Code -> @tylerlit78
Where to Find Books While You're Home
- The school library is still available. You can use the link for directions to the Goetz library here and then follow these instructions to borrow a book.
- Audible from Amazon is offering a wide selection of books for free.
- OverDrive is a free app that allows you to login with your public library account and access digital books from there.
- The Library of Congress is also offering free digital books.
- If you're able, the Kindle app is a paid service for books on a smart device.
- If you know the book, but want to order it to be delivered, please keep in mind that in order to complete the project by June 10, you need to be done reading it by May 29th.
Below are information sheets that were shared by the district that parents may find helpful. Continue to check regularly the district's CoVid 19 page.