Digital Learning

Staying Prepared, Together

What should you do if you believe you need to quarantine your child? 

We appreciate your support of our school reopening by continuing to practice social distancing & mask-wearing as much as possible. 

At some point this school year, it may be necessary to initiate a 14-day quarantine period from school for your children or a teacher. For those instances, we have outlined a specific quarantine plan unique to CLA. Use the resources below to help you!

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In what grade is your child?

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Digital Platform for K-3

Digital Platform for Grades 4-6

Students in grades K-3 will be using SeeSaw (link above) to access their work, and turn in completed assignments. Teachers may also send home a "quarantine folder" with copied assignments or attach them to email. 

For Quarantine: Teachers will send parent video links where they will have access to a video meeting from 2:15pm-2:45pm.

For Remote Learning: Teachers will send parents a video link where they will have access to live lessons during the day.

 

Watch the parent tutorial video above to help your child log into Seesaw! 

Students in grades 4-6 will be using Google Classroom  (link above) to meet with classroom teachers from 2:15pm-2:45pm during quarantine and for full-remote learning during the scheduled daytime classes, to access their work, and turn in completed assignments.

For Quarantine: Teachers may also send home a "quarantine folder" with copied assignments or attach them to email.  

For Remote Learning: Teachers will hold live lessons through the Google Meets link set up through the class.

They will need to be logged into their school email: 

firstinitiallastname@clanh.org

Watch the parent tutorial video above to help your child log into Google Classroom! 

Your Digital Resources, All In One Place

Supplementary digital resources can support the practice of key foundational skills and keep you informed! Click the icons below! Teachers will send login information to you directly. 

Razkids

Razkids: A customized digital book basket with audio features and comprehension practice

Key Goal:  

  • To increase minutes of reading each day/week.

  • To improve fluency and comprehension.

 

Ages: Prek-grade 6

 

Recommended Use:  Daily 20-40 minutes, depending on students age and reading assessment performance.

Students should listen to the stories several times, get a sense of HOW the stories should sound, reread aloud, respond to comprehension questions ONLY ONCE.

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Epic! Books

Epic! Books: Epic! software is a digital library of trade books - exactly what you would find in the bookstore or library!

 

Key Goal:  

  • To increase minutes of reading each day/week.

  • To improve fluency and comprehension.

Ages: Prek-grade 6

Recommended Use:  Daily 20-40 minutes, depending on students age and reading assessment performance. Students should listen to and read a wide range self-selected stories.

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Lexia Core 5

Title 1 Eligible Students Only 

Lexia Learning, Core 5

 

Key Goal:  To improve spelling/phonics, reading fluency, comprehension, grammar, writing about reading

 

Ages:  grade K-4.

 

Recommended Use: Students will take an initial assessment upon which the recommendations minutes per week and skill challenges will be made.

Lexia places students at an instructional level. Parents can watch along as they engage in interactive lessons in five domains of literacy

A Special Message To Our Students