River Bend Elementary School
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LEARNING ACTIVITIES FOR HOME
APRIL 13 LESSONS AND ACTIVITIES FOR LEARNING AT HOME-AVAILABLE MONDAY, APRIL 13, 2020
April 6-10 SPRING BREAK WEEK-NO NEW LESSONS OR ACTIVITIES
MARCH 13-APRIL 3 LESSONS AND ACTIVITIES FOR LEARNING AT HOME
RBES teachers worked together on Friday to come up with meaningful learning activities for your children in the event of an extended school closure. These are not required but will help your child stay engaged in learning and maintain skills by some repetition and practice each day. We encourage you to use this time to spend quality time with your children, read with them, let them play outside, and enjoy themselves!
Not only did teachers create the activities linked below, but many of them made baggies for each student. Some included crayons, paper, etc., and we had also planned on sending each student home with lots of books to read as well. If and when we are able to offer pick-up times for those materials, we will certainly let you know.
Just a reminder that all school buildings and central office will be closed to everyone until Wednesday, March 18, 2020. No one is allowed be in the building during that time. RCPS and RBES will continue to send out updates regarding the days following that closure as we have them.
I told teachers the main thing we can do right now is to breathe and honestly, we need to realize the most important thing right now is that people stay safe and well. We live in such a supportive, caring community, and we will get through these times together.
Please let your children know that all of us at RBES miss our River Bend Cardinals very much :)
Here are the activities created by the dedicated RBES teachers! These can also be found on our Web page.
Please let us know if you have any questions.We are here to help you any way we can. We will stay in contact with you through emails and Seesaw, and please reach out to us too!
ACTIVITIES AND RESOURCES FROM RBES RESOURCE AND SPECIALTY TEACHERS
"Resources for Parents & Ideas for Social Emotional Learning"- from Mrs. Muraskin, School Counselor