Home Learning Information - April 15, 2020

Remote learning for students of Greenfield Exempted Village School District will continue to take place April 15 - May 1.  Teachers have worked diligently to create a variety of activities and projects that review skills taught during the current school year. If parents or students have questions about the work provided, teachers may be reached by email at any time. Email addresses for all staff members are: [email protected] Teachers may also be reached by calling the school and leaving a voicemail at their extension. A list of extensions may be found on the district website under the staff tab, or by calling the building your student attends. 

 

Student Learning Expectations:

Home learning packets completed between March 19 and April 6, 2020 will be turned into teachers when we return to school on May 4, 2020. Beginning April 15 and ending May 1, remote learning opportunities will vary based on a student’s grade-level. Learning opportunities require very little or no technology to complete. 

  • Elementary: All elementary students are asked to read and write daily. Students will also select various subject-area activities to complete daily. Students will turn a log of the activities they complete into their teacher when we return to school on May 4, 2020. The log may be printed to complete and turn into the classroom teacher or completed online and emailed to the teacher on May 4, 2020. Click here to access the elementary learning activities.

  • Middle School: Middle school students will select 3 projects to complete. Projects will be turned into teachers when we return to school on May 4, 2020. Each project will take approximately 5 hours to complete. A rubric for each project will be provided so students know the project expectations. Click here to access the middle school projects.

  • High School: High school students will select 1 STEM and 1 Arts & Humanities project to complete. Projects will be due on May 4, 2020. A rubric for each project will be provided so students know the project expectations. Click here to access the high school projects.

Special Programs

  • Students who receive services in accordance with their Individualized Educational Plan (IEP) or 504 will receive accommodations or modified work as required in the student’s IEP or 504. A student’s intervention specialist will contact parents to answer questions that may arise.

  • Special Programs will continue to hold meetings with parents concerning the review of their student’s IEP or 504 if the annual review date falls between April 15 and May 1, 2020. Parents will be contacted by Special Programs to schedule a meeting date and time if a meeting is required. Meetings will take place by phone conference, not in person.