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Charina Johnson-Webb

In light of our current closure due to COVID19 I will be posting a weekly virtual lesson recording and daily activities in my calendar at the bottom of my web page. These recordings and videos will help your child continue to learn at home. We know it can be challenging to keep students active minds engaged. These work are optional but highly recommended. Please use each link to browse the information and task assigned. In addition please ensure your child is reading daily and accessing MyOn/Lexia/StMath on our website through CLEVER.  Remember you can email me at anytime for assistance or clarification.
CONTACTS

The communication platform I use is Class Dojo, if you are not connected with me there please email me at johnsoc@pwcs.edu to receive instructions and code to get connected!
ESOL: We have three wonderful ESOL teachers who support our class, Mrs. Cofsky, and Mrs. Wang.

The link below provides access to websites that can be helpful for our English Language Learners, information and updates and several ESOL contacts. feel free to reach out to them if you have questions as well: 
English Language Learners

Here are links to our encore teachers. They will be posting information about weekly lessons and fun projects just for you on their webpages! PEMusicLibraryArtCounseling


IMPORTANT
UPDATE

Beginning (April 20, 2020) we will be having virtual learning sessions for students to continue their learning. 

Parents will need to send me a message to indicate, you are giving your child permission to be in zoom sessions. Please send your permission message on Class Dojo or in an email at johnsoc@pwcs.edu.

Each session will begin at 11:40AM  and end at 12:40PM from Monday through Thursday with daily subject focus as listed 
below:

Monday ------ Reading and Writing
Tuesday ------ Social Studies
Wednesday --- Mathematics
Thursday ----- Science

I will be using ZOOM to teach my students virtually. All access codes and links to join the live learning sessions will be posted on Class Dojo. Videos of similar lessons will also be posted on
 on the below for students who may not be able to join live. 
Virtual learning videos and activity links. 

Reading recorded lesson for June 8, 2020 Exit Ticket: Seesaw: Drawing conclusions

Social Studies recorded lesson for June 9, 2020
Exit Ticket on Seesaw 

Math Lesson recording June 10, 2020.
Exit Ticket: Seesaw-Measurement

 
Zoom learning session protocols:

> ensure your child and those who may pass by video is properly attired.
> choose the most quite space to use during this session
>Only students who are apart of my class may join in the session
> Provide some guidance if possible for the first week until your child is familiar with the platform used.
> ensure students are prepared for the session with pencil,erasers and notebook or ruled sheets.

Virtual office hours
My virtual office hours will be on Fridays from 11:00 am to 12 noon. During this time you may call, set up a virtual meeting or email me should there be anything you want to discuss.  Please send an email or message prior to Friday so that I can schedule a time for us to talk.

Click the link below to review students' personal learning project for the next two weeks. (April 13-24, 2020)  
Personal learning Project
Gifted Enrichment Plan
3-5 Social Studies Project Choice Board 
Math - 31 Day Lego Challenge.



Below are the unit guides outlining the units of study that we have covered and the ones we have not yet covered for each subject.

Reading and Writing
Math 
Social Studies
Science (pdf)


Students and parents can follow the link below to guide/remind them how to access LEXIA/MYON/STMATH from clever 

How to Access Clever from Home (English)
Cómo acceder a Clever desde casa (Español)


Activities that requires technology 

Lexia/MyOn/ST Math
Information to log in to clever is located in the hyperlink above:

  • Students should log on to Lexia on Monday, Wednesday and Friday for 20 minutes.
  • Student should log on to ST Math on Thursday and Friday for 20 minutes.
  • Students should log on to MyOn each day for 20 minutes.
  • Independent Reading should be done daily for 20 minutes.



For additional virtual learning sites here are some links which will direct you to helpful resources and sites (just click on the RED link to access the sites!) 

1clever: Students can use our school home page to log into reading sites such as MyOn, benchmark and Lexia, as well as our math sites STmath ! They can also accesbrainpop through clever! There is also a daily math WIXIE challenge available on WIXIE to keep students engaged!

If a student does not remember how to log in from home you my use the direction link above if you ha
ve forgotten your user name you can use their computer username to access their clever accounts!

username@pwcs-edu.org and their password is their computer password!

2) Scholastic: This website will give students access to books, videos, magazines and more!
3) storyline online: This website allows for students to listen to stories be read aloud by famous people!
4) newsela: newsela is offering FREE access to thei
articles through this!

 
Math ResourcesMath PlaygroundBedtime Math, ST Math (on Clever), Greg Tang Math
Reading ResourcesStoryline Online, MyOn (clever), Lexia (clever),Pebblego (Neabsco home page / student)
Science Resources: Studyjam.com (through web browser), National Geographic Kids
Social Studies: MyOn (clever), discovery education (Neabsco home page /student)

In addition to these sites you may find additional resource on our PWCS website as well. 
PWCS Resource Page

Helpful link to access resources from the Neabsco home page:
Neabsco homepage resources

Title one resource page

explore our library Catalog.
Library Catalog

Access passwords for online resources
Library Usernames and Passwords (pdf) 

Lets stay connected and hang out on Flip Grid. Post everyday as many times as you wish and share your day.
FLIP GRID

CODE : johnsonwebb1809

Students and families can email studentsupportservices@pwcs.edu If they are in need of emotional support during this time. A school mental health professional will answer and offer virtual support to students/families to the best of their ability. Please note that this email is not to be used for emergency situations and it will not be monitored 24 hours a day. If a student is ever in an emergency situation he/she is encouraged to call 911.

Remember we are in this together and I am always here for you. Do not hesitate to reach out to me I am always available. I love and miss you all very much. We can and will make it
through this!

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