Just a reminder that tomorrow is our first full virtual class session. Students can access our virtual classroom via Google Classroom. There is already a post in Google Classroom with a schedule and video instructions for how to join the Google Meet.
I will be available for student questions from 9:00-9:15.
We will have an ELA (reading/writing) lesson at 9:15-10:15.
Students will have a 15 minute break to use the restroom, stretch, and ask me any questions they might have.
At 10:30 we will have a math lesson from 10:30 to 11:30.
During the afternoon I will be available for questions from students or to assist students as necessary. After this first Virtual Wednesday, students may have scheduled times to meet with me virtually for small group or individualized instruction. Since this is our first time, we are keeping it simple with our two one hour sessions.
As always, email with any questions you might have and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Students, I am excited to begin this 2020/2021 school year adventure with you. Hopefully, by now, you have received a letter from me in the mail. If you are looking to complete my beginning of the year survey click this link.
This week’s schedule will have all A Group students physically attending school on Monday and Wednesday while B Group students will be physically attending school on Tuesday and Thursday.
However, you will have virtual assignments to complete on the days you are not physically present in the classroom. If you are in the B Group, that means that you will be completing an assignment even before you meet me in school.
Therefore, I have put together a video to explain how you will complete your assignment for the first day of school. First, you must join my google classroom. To do so, click on the link below to join my Google Classroom. You will need to enter your Penn Manor email and password. Remember, your password is your Student ID number followed by @pennmanor.net. If you do not know your email or password, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Next, watch the video below where I walk you through how to complete your first virtual day assignment. This first assignment is short and straightforward since we are only just getting started. Know that in the future, much more will be expected of you on your virtual days (so don’t get used to it 😉 ).
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email me at email@example.com. I will get back to you as soon as I can to make sure you get setup. Regardless, do not stress about this first assignment. We are ALL in this together and I will make sure that everyone is able to successfully complete this first assignment. I look forward to seeing all of you this week.
Thank you for taking the time to check out a few of the resources I’ve put together for your child as we head into the last month of summer. Below you’ll find a link to each of the resources I mentioned in my back to school letter. If you have any questions, concerns, or would like to meet in a Google Meet so that I can help you and your child access the resources, do not hesitate to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Over the next two weeks my blog will be getting a significant facelift as I work to update resources and organize it in such a way as to help both you and your child have access to everything you need to be successful this year.
I’m excited that each of you will be a part of my 6th-grade classroom for the 2020/2021 school year. Below you’ll find a link to a survey that will aid me in planning and preparing for our school year. Please be honest and know that any information you share with me will only serve to help adjust my instruction to better meet your classroom needs. Thank you for taking the time and have a wonderful summer.
Our 6th grade celebration is live. While we were unable to do a traditional graduation ceremony for our 6th graders, we wanted to make our online celebration as close to what would have normally taken place. As such, you will see a message from Dr. Cox, Mrs. Kinderwater and myself. Additionally, I’ve put together a video which lets the students take a trip down memory lane as they see their classmates grow before their very eyes. Finally, the Eshleman family wanted to celebrate our 6th graders so there is a final video of shoutouts from our faculty and staff. Thank you for a great year. Have a restful and relaxing summer.
(Please click the link below to visit our specially designed 6th grade celebration website)