Falcon Online Learning Resources

March 23, 2020 - Week Two (Updated March 27th)

MMS Parent online guide
March 23 2020 Responsible

April 1st - Students Begin Online Classes

April 14th - Teachers Begin Teaching New Content Online

Falcons at Home - How can we be responsible?

Click here for a Spanish version.


School is not the same without our Falcons! Our teachers have been busy putting together lessons for students. Hopefully, your family received a phone call or email from one of our staff members checking on you and asking if you have any needs at this time. If you have needs or concerns, please reach out to Mr. Sutton via email or call the school.


We will be sending out updated newsletters frequently with new information. As you may have heard, we will not be returning until May 15th.


Students need to be checking school email everyday. The email address is firstname.lastname@student.nhcs.net and the password should be the student's lunch number.



8th grade students and parents - If you did not receive a HS Registration packet last week, you can come by the school to pick one up between 11 -1. Students must have a parent sign the registration form. At this time, we are asking that you only send these in digitally. You can scan or take a picture of both sides of the sheet and email it to your counselor. Your paper copy will be turned in at a later date.


Educational Rescoures


Students can check out 2 e-books using their NHCS lunch number from the NHCPL.


Audible is offering students free access to ebooks for as long as schools are closed. Students will be able to instantly stream stories in 6 languages. They can stream the collection to phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop.


The Walking Classroom - Check out these podcasts. You can "walk, listen, and learn."


Many of our students watch CNN 10 as part of the daily routine in Social Studies class. This provides a short broadcast that is geared toward students. You can access it at home on YouTube.

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Please be such to check out the Falcon Online Learning Links, which are being updated frequently with educational resources.
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5 Ways to Help Teens Manage Anxiety About the Coronavirus from NY Times

How to talk to teens about the new coronavirus from Harvard Health Blog

How to Manage Your Kid’s Anxiety Over Coronavirus from New Jersey Family


Mindful Schools

For the next few weeks, Mindful Schools will be offering free mindfulness classes for kids! Join us online – for mindful activities, mindful movement, read-alouds, etc.. Classes will be held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 1pm. Let’s have fun exploring mindfulness together.

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Information on the Coronavirus for NC can be found by accessing the link. NC State Public Health has established a phone number for public novel coronavirus questions: 1-866-462-3821. This is intended for non-emergency general questions from the public and is encouraged to be shared and publicized.


Food and Resources:


New Hanover County Food Assistance Resource Guide

Link to a long list of local resources including contact information.

Health and Human Services


The county’s Health and Human Services is open, and residents are asked to call ahead at 910-798-3500 to determine if services can be conducted over the phone prior to coming to the building. Currently applications and assessments for emergency assistance for heating and cooling costs and childcare can be conducted by phone. C. Residents can apply for Medicaid and Food and Nutrition Services online at Epass.NC.gov, or call 910-798-3500 to have an application mailed to them.

Visitors to the Health and Human Services building are being screened for fever and respiratory symptoms by a public health nurse before entry, and waiting areas promote social distancing, if one-on-one services are needed.

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Charter to Offer Free Access to Spectrum Broadband and Wi-Fi For 60 Days For New K-12 and College Student Households and More

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Archived Falcon Online Learning Resource Newsletters

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March 18, 2020