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Parent Resources and Support

During this period of school closure, learning in the home will be a partnership between parents, students, and teachers.  For most families, this means an adjustment to daily routines.  Our teachers are here to support you.  

Here are a few things to consider to help support your child in his/her at-home learning:

  • Work together to create a designated work space, if one does not already exist, to support a routine for at-home learning.
  • Routines and schedules are important- even for older children.  Work together to create a schedule (breakfast, lunch, academic time, breaks, independent reading, etc.).  Be sure to look at the minimum time requirements for each subject for PK-8 (see specific grade level pages).  Be consistent with the schedule.
  • Which learning environment suites your child best?  Does he/she need a quiet learning environment or can he/she work with light background noise?
  • Teachers are available to help.  Does your child have his/her teacher’s email address or has he/she been added to the teacher’s Remind group?  

Resources for Parents


7 Tips for Helping Your Child with Math
10 Tips for Parents on At-Home Learning- Navigating the New Normal
Common Sense Media- Read reviews for what your kids want to watch before they watch it.
Creating a New Normal- Article from UT Health News that discusses tips for parents during COVID-19

Social-Emotional-Behavioral Newsletter
Activities and information to help our students (and their grown-ups) understand and cope with at-home learning and social distancing.  

Week 1: 3/23/2020

Week 2: 3/30/2020

Week 3: 4/06/2020 

Week 4: 4/13/2020 

Week 5: 4/20/2020

Week 6: 4/27/2020

Week 7: 5/04/2020

Week 8: 5/11/2020

Week 9: 5/18/2020

Special Services At-Home Learning Resources – Activities and information for students with disabilities and their families
Time Magazine’s Tips for Parents- Includes thoughts on scheduling and activity ideas for younger children
United Way- Click here to view updates on services provided by United Way’s partner agencies.  

Your Child’s Mental Health During COVID-19Click here to learn the signs of recognizing mental health distress in youth.