Getting Started with Google Classroom For Teacher

Getting Started with Google Classroom

How to Create a New Class in Google Classroom

How to Add Students and Guardians in Classroom

How to Create an Assignment and Add a Topic in Google Classroom

How to Add Materials

How to use originality reports in Google Classroom and Assignments

How to Create a Quiz from Classroom

How to Use the Grading Tool in Classroom

How to Copy a Course

How to Create Different Assignments in Classroom

How to Use the Stream Page

Home Engagement Learning Resources


To access the provided resources, please click on the links below: 

Preschool-Grade 2 Resources

Preschool Speech and Language Support Resources

Grades 3-5 Resources

Grades 6-8 Resources

Grades 9-12 Resources

Teacher Web Sites

DESE Frequently Asked Questions- 03-17-20

PK-5 Sample Daily Home Learning Schedule

Khan Academy’s PK-12 Daily Home Learning Schedules

Special Education Information for Families and Caregivers


    
			

Special Education Information for Families and Caregivers

 

Family Letter: 

Family Letter For Students With Disabilities Covid-19 (English)

Family Letter For Students With Disabilities Covid-19 (Khmer)

Family Letter  For Students With Disabilities Covid-19 (Spanish)

 

Family Resources Tool Box:

Family Resource Toolbox SWD Covid-19 (English)

Family Resource Toolbox SWD Covid-19 (Khmer)

Family Resource Toolbox SWD Covid-19 (Spanish)

 

Notice of Virtual Learning Expectations: 

Notice of Virtual Learning Expectations (English)

Notice of Virtual Learning Expectations (Spanish)

 

Additional Information:

Special Education Remote Learning Plan (English)

 

Chartwells Free Meal Pick-up Program (Updated)


 Chartwells Free Meal Pick-up Program:

Updated: June 20, 3030

We are happy to announce a Summer Meals Program!

Breakfast and lunch provided for seven days per week, available free of charge regardless of income for all children from birth to age 18.

Dates of Program:
July 6, 2020 – August 21, 2020

Distribution of Meals:

Pick-up Days:
Mondays
Wednesdays
Fridays

Pick-up Times:
9-11 a.m.

Pick-up locations:
Easthampton High School
Maple School
Pleasant Green Park (122 Pleasant St.)

Rain Day Pick-ups:
All meal Pick-ups will be at EHS

Easthampton School Special Grab & Go Menu (Click Here To View)

We are grateful to our Food Service Program – Chartwells and all of the volunteers who are supporting us to meet the needs in our community.

If your family is experiencing a reduction or loss of income, to determine whether they are eligible for any state benefits, you are encouraged to visit: https://dtaconnect.eohhs.mass.gov/screening

Please Note:

Families currently receiving meals can continue to pick them up at EHS until July 1, 2020.

On Wednesday, July 1st families will receive breakfast and lunch for five days to cover through the Independence Day holiday weekend.

 


 Chartwells Free Meal Pick-up Program:

Updated: March 23, 2020

Beginning on Friday, March 20, 2020, we will be providing a free bag breakfast and lunch for Easthampton children 0-18 years of age in need.

In an ongoing effort to keep our staff safe, we are announcing a shift in our school meals distribution for families during the school closure.

Beginning on Monday, March 23, 2020, we are moving to a three day per week distribution schedule. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays we will distribute meals.

On Mondays and Wednesdays, families will receive 2 days worth of meals and on Fridays, they will receive meals for Fri., Sat. and Sunday.

Easthampton School Special Grab & Go Menu (Click Here To View)

Location and Methods of meal distribution:

Please pull to the back of the Easthampton High School building and remain in your vehicle.  Someone will deliver your meals to your car.

If you are unable to pick up meals and would like them delivered to your home, please call 413-575-1565. We will need to know the number of children and your address when you call.

A volunteer will deliver the meals to your front door. The volunteer will knock or ring your bell and then leave the meals at your door. Please remain in your home until the volunteer has returned to their vehicle. If you are available to volunteer to bring meals to homes around Easthampton at least one morning per week, please call the number above.

We are grateful to our Food Service Program – Chartwells and all of the volunteers who are supporting us to meet the needs in our community. 

If your family is experiencing a reduction or loss of income, to determine whether they are eligible for any state benefits, you are encouraged to visit: https://dtaconnect.eohhs.mass.gov/screening

 

Resources for Home Learning Engagement, Grades 9-12

Key Resources

Literacy/English Language Arts

  • Common Litread grade-level or reading level appropriate texts and answer comprehension and discussion questions 
  • ReadWorks – read articles and stories with reading comprehension questions and vocabulary supports 
  • Read Write Think – Interactive tools, can focus on critical thinking, etc.

World Language 

Science and Technology/Engineering

History and Social Studies

  • Virtual Field Trips – travel to historical sites around the globe
  • iCivics – play games and follow lesson plans to learn about democracy and the United States
  • Seterra – play online quizzes to learn about world geography 
  • Emerging America – Focus on local abolitionist history.
  • Zinn Education Project – History from many perspectives.
  • Teaching Tolerance – Teaching Tolerance.
  • Teaching for Change – Local author and important perspective on European Conquest as we have so many folks with Taino ancestry in our schools and communities!
  • Facing History – Find compelling classroom resources, learn new teaching methods, meet standards, and make a difference in the lives of your students.

Digital Literacy and Computer Science

Mathematics

  • Khan Academy – get a daily schedule with grade-level and specialized mathematics content for your student
  • IXL Math – practice math skills in foundational and advanced mathematics 
  • Xtra Math – practice math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, division)

Arts

Social Emotional Learning

Library Resources

  • Libby, by OverDrive Did you know your local library has thousands of ebooks and audiobooks? You can borrow them, instantly, for free, using just the device in your hand. 1. Fish out your library card 2. Open the Libby app 3. Find your local library 4. Search, sample, borrow, enjoy It takes just a few taps to find and borrow a book. Libby has a ground-breaking built-in ebook reader, and a beautiful audiobook player. Happy reading.
  • Internet Archive- National Emergency Library– a collection of books that supports emergency remote teaching, research activities, independent scholarship, and intellectual stimulation while universities, schools, training centers, and libraries are closed.
  • Unite for Literacy– offers resources in 43 narration languages.
  • PBS Learning Media
  • EHS Library Homepage

Interdisciplinary Resources