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Elementary ONline Learning information

Temporary online learning for elementary students

Our elementary temporary online learning will be focused on engaging your child with short lessons focused mostly on reading, writing, and math.  The majority of this instruction will be in a format that your child can work on at their own pace and based on a schedule that works best for your family with work to be completed each week.  The majority of this instruction - lessons, homework, enrichment activities will be located in your child's Google Classroom program.  If you need to learn more about Google Classroom, please review the website page on Temporary Online learning or reach out to your school's tech support person (see Parent Trouble Shooting page on our website).  Your child's teacher may also set up video meetings with your child and/or your child and other children in the class.

Core Instruction in Reading and Math

Our goal is to provide up to 90 minutes of instruction per week in reading, 90 minutes per week in math, and additional writing assignments.   Teachers will be creating lessons in reading, math, and writing that continue the learning that your child was already doing in school.  Teachers will be contacting you and/or your child every week to help support you and your child and answer questions.

Additional learning resources for social studies, science, and specials

Once we get our temporary online learning started your teachers will probably be posting additional lessons in social studies, science, art, music, and movement.  The primary focus of our online learning will still be math and reading but these additional lessons will be intended to provide other fun and engaging learning opportunities for your child.

Additional resources for reading and math

Elementary students can also use several online programs to get additional support with reading through Lexia or for additional support for math through Zearn.  These are both online programs that students can work on at their own pace and do not require a teacher to provide the instruction.  If you do not know your child's log-in for Lexia or Zearn, please contact your child's teacher. More information on Lexia and Zearn are available below.

 

 

Montezuma-Cortez
School District Re-1

400 North Elm Street
PO Box R 
Cortez, CO 81321-0708
(970) 565-7522