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CORONAVIRUS 2019 (COVID-19)

eSC VIRTUAL SCHOOL INFORMATION

Escaping the Ordinary...Experiencing the Extraordinary!

VIRTUAL SCHOOL PLATFORMS

                 

                Kindergarten - 2nd Grade                       3rd Grade - 8th Grade

               Click the SEESAW graphic for your guide.            Click the Google Classroom graphic for your guide                                               (Video Courtesy of Ana Hale, KSU iTeach for Fulton Cty Schools)


CLICK ON YOUR CHILD'S GRADE LEVEL TO SEE LESSONS AND ASSIGNMENTS FOR May 11 - 14, 2020

THIS IS THE LAST WEEK OF ASSIGNMENTS!!!

The documents for each grade are in PDF format.  To view, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader (IT'S FREE).

To download Adobe Acrobat Reader, follow this link.

Kindergarten 1st Grade 2nd Grade 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade
6th Grade 7th Grade 8th Grade High School Special Ed/504 Dyslexia

Additional Resources for Learning At Home

                                                ONLINE/SCREEN TIME                  OFFLINE/NO SCREEN TIME


NEWS & UPDATES

May 4, 2020

Progress Reports for the 4th 9-weeks period (March 9, 2020 - April 30, 2020) will be mailed home this week.  Be sure to check your mailbox!  If you have questions or concerns regarding your child's progress grades, please do not hesitate to contact your child's teacher.  

 

April 28, 2020

To view the Grading Procedures for the 4th 9-Weeks Grading Period, click here.

 

April 2, 2020

How to Maintain Your Sanity While Isolated

The following list was inspired by astronaut Scott Kelly who spent a year in space aboard the International Space Station:

  • Structure your day!  Follow and stick to a schedule.  Have a place and time for work and play.  This includes eating.  Don't just eat any old time.  It also includes sleeping.  Set and keep a regular bedtime.
  • Pace yourself!  Don't let all that there is to do overpower your pace.  Take time to do something fun.
  • Go outside!  Smell the earth.  Play with your dog.  Ride your bike...enjoy these first weeks of spring.
  • Enjoy your hobbies!  Read a good book.  Plant a garden.  Make a fort out of a variety of things you have at home.  Find a new recipe and cook.    
  • Connect with your family and friends from home!  Check on each other.
  • Give grace to yourself and others!  Be ok with getting things wrong, because that's going to happen.
  • Follow reasonable precautions!  Wash your hands and practice social distancing. 
  • Choose to see this as an opportunity!  

Here is a list of fun games and activities to do while at home:

  • Read a good book
  • Join Audible and listen to books together as a family
  • Research your family tree
  • Start some indoor seed plantings
  • Have an indoor scavenger hunt
  • Build a fort outside
  • Build an indoor tent with blankets
  • Learn Morse Code
  • Invent your own code
  • Build a house of cards
  • Learn yoga
  • Learn how to meditate.  A great resource for this is Headspace for Kids.
  • Write your friends a letter or postcard
  • Play charades
  • Learn some magic tricks
  • Play Hangman
  • Play Blackjack
  • Learn some yo-yo tricks
  • Make puppets and have a puppet show
  • Play Simon Says
  • Learn a little American Sign Language
  • Put a jigsaw puzzle together
  • Play dominoes
  • Play Solitaire
  • Make something out of wood

 

March 25, 2020:

Welcome to eSC Virtual School!  This page is your one-stop-place for all virtual instruction!

eSC Virtual School information can be accessed from our district website homepage, www.springcreekisd.net.  Remote instruction information, lessons, and various resources will be posted and updated frequently. Parents/Guardians and students will also receive this information by email from our teachers.  We understand that some families may have little or no internet access; therefore, if you need alternate learning materials at any time, please contact your child’s teacher.  Paper packets can easily be made for your child and provided in a way that accommodates you and with minimal physical interaction.    

 

We will launch eSC Virtual School for our students on Monday, March 30, 2020.  For this first week of remote instruction, our teachers fully understand that this transition will require a period of adjustment for both their students and themselves.  Taking the time for all to acclimate and feel comfortable learning online will be important.  There will be flexibility within the week for assignment completions.  In addition, teachers will make themselves available by holding “office and/or tutorial hours” where they will be available online to answer any student’s questions in real time. 

  

The following is our plan with regard to the distribution of electronic devices:

  • Students’ electronic devices will be distributed on Thursday, March 26, 2020.
  • There will be two opportunities for parents to pick up their child’s electronic device in “grab and go” style:

                            1.  11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. – Wildcatter’s parking lot – Look for Mrs. Cross in the Spring Creek Suburban (gray vehicle).

                            2.  5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. – Spring Creek ISD front parking lot

Grades - Grades will continue to be taken.  You will be able to check your child's grades through your parent portal account as always.

Technical Support - If your student is experiencing device issues, parents can contact us for technical support for assistance by emailing SCTech@region16.net or calling (806) 273-6791.  Please remember that we will have limited personnel available to answer phone calls while we are closed.  

 

March 18, 2020:

During the week of March 23-27, 2020, our faculty and staff will be working hard to make preparations to continue your child's learning process through a virtual learning platform.  Next week, you will begin to receive correspondence from your child's teacher(s) about lessons and other resources that will keep the educational experience in motion for our students.  We urge our parents/guardians to monitor their child's work so that learning is on-going as we wait to re-open schools.

Our teachers will communicate with parents via email to provide the grade level resources each child will need for his/her virtual instruction.

In addition, we hope to create a link on our district website that will contain the resources by grade level for parents, students, and staff members.  There, we will include resources for Google Classroom and a learning focus for each week per subject area and grade level that is aligned to the TEKS and curriculum.

Our teachers will work diligently to offer each student the best in this virtual classroom platform; however, we do respectfully request your patience as we navigate this new instructional environment.  Each child deserves the very best from us, whether we are face-to-face or teaching from a distance.  

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