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Virtual Learning does not mean that students will be experiencing screentime in place of coming to school. We will support our teachers in providing enriching activities that promote engagement and achievement of learning goals.

Here are some resources to help our curious learners stay calm and informed during Covid-19:

Middle School

We recognize the significant impact this extended closure will have on our entire community, students, families, and on our staff. More than ever, we appreciate families partnering with us to support learning and address the anxiety the closure could have on our middle schoolers.

Help our middle schoolers stay calm and informed

Responding to "I'm bored. There's nothing to do."

Google for Education offers self-directed lessons on Applied Digital Skills. These ready-to-use video lessons teach digital skills that have immediate, real-life application. There is a collection specifically designed with Middle Schoolers in mind. Kids can get their creative juices flowing by creating a digital picture book, work on their organization skills with lessons like Organize Files in Drive, or develop some digital wellness skills with a variety of lessons including Build Healthy Digital Habits. Let us know what your child takes on by sharing on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #EPSD9ConnectED.

Here's what the Family Online Safety Institute (FOSI) said about Google's Applied Digital Skills:  “This collection of lessons is strong and unique in teaching digital well-being and online safety to children of different ages.”

High School

The high school administrative team has shared an update on their plans during the closure. Read the 4/10/2020 announcement. 

Help our high schoolers stay calm and informed

Fill their free time with some enrichment lessons

Google for Education's Applied Digital Skills offers lessons that can help prepare your child for finding a job, researching options beyond high school, or simply getting organized and on the path to success. Check out these favorites or view the complete collection.

Create a Resume in Google Docs
Organize College Information in Google Sheets
Organize Files in Drive
Create a Study Schedule to Meet Your Goals
Research Career Paths

Does your scholar miss the library or PE class? We have virtual offerings:

ereaderFree E-Reading & Literacy Resources  The linked list has been compiled by Carol Bailey, Library Media Specialist, EPHS.


Engage them with an Active Screentime Workout