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Student Meals & Continuity of Education Plan (CEP)
ALL PICK UP and DISTRIBUTION of MATERIALS will take place from the PANTHER HALLWAY DOORS.
REMINDER - NO ONE will have access to the building.
REMINDER - Paper packets are only needed when NO INTERNET ACCESS, work should be directly emailed to teacher.
MAKE SURE STUDENT AND TEACHER NAME IS ON THE PAPER PACKET!
TUESDAYS ONLY FOR PAPER PACKET PICK UP AND DROP OFF 8:30am - 2:30pm.
PARENT, FIRST TAKE A PICTURE OF YOUR CHILD'S PACKET AND EMAIL/CLASS DOJO IT TO YOUR CHILD'S TEACHER IF POSSIBLE.
PROCEDURE ON TUESDAY AT SES:
IF NOT POSSIBLE PARENT will drop off PACKET in THE appropriate GRADE LEVEL BOX.
PARENT will pick up NEW PACKET from appropriate GRADE LEVEL on TABLE.
PARENT PLEASE BE AWARE of YOUR SURROUNDINGS and PRACTICE SOCIAL DISTANCING.
Student meal distribution for April
Begin at 4:00pm and until meals run out
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Monday, April 6 Wednesday, April 8
Tuesday, April 14 Thursday, April 16
Monday, April 20 Wednesday, April 22
Monday, April 27 Wednesday, April 29
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Guide to Internet Service during New Coronavirus (COVID-19) Outbreak
Important information from
Mr. Caro, SES Principal
Viewing Student Report Card
PowerSchool Report Card
SES on FaceBook
The Uncle Jerry's Fundraiser is put on hold. All of the forms and money are in the school.
Gertrude Hawk Fundraiser is being held until April 27, 2020.
The delivery date was pushed back due to the property being closed and the mandated social distancing.
The Cincinnati Zoo is going live every day at 3 pm during the school shut down with a different animal.
Virtual Field trips
Virtual Field trips
Vooks - This is a site that has animated story books but also has free coordinating lesson plans for the stories too. Parents can listen to the stories with their kids and then go through the lesson without every having to print. There is truly no goal you can't target with a book in my opinion so this site is a great resource for families. This is a paid site but does have a one month free trial that parents can take advantage of.
Epic - This site has lots of stories in digital forms as well, but they are not animated like you would find in Vooks. They do have lots of options including non-fiction and even videos. They even have some Spanish books too!
StorylineOnline - This is another animated book site but the books are read by celebrities ( some the kids would know, some they wouldn't )! They also have accompanying plans and ideas for parents and teachers.
New2You - This a fantastic source for families and they have just opened an option for families and teachers in e-learning situations. They take current events and make them 'kid friendly' with supported visuals for the articles and activities. There are comprehension questions, supplemental worksheets, links to videos, a joke of the day ( keep your humor bar set low for these 😉they try their best ), and even some recipes. Families could do one activity a day and get some solid speech and language work in. While this is typically for educators only they are working to create a Remote Learning Platform for families so make sure you check their site as they release information.