Nassau Notebook

Recording Outstanding Education

Volume III, No. 21

Nassau County School District continues to have positive events occurring on our campuses. Take a look at some of the things that have happened recently.


šŸŽµ It's All About the Music šŸŽµ

Mrs. Jones, the music teacher at Yulee Elementary School, received a picture of a YES student working on his weekly music lesson. Jaxen Brewer enjoyed making music!

Learning Continues...

Ms. Ward, from Callahan Intermediate School, continues connecting with her students through small group instruction with the help of Google Meet.

Smiles and Surprises

Each week, ELL teachers and paras are checking in with their students. Students were happy to see their educators and the special food deliveries they were given.

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Virtual Celebrations

Trailblazer Appreciation

Students at Wildlight Elementary School wished Mrs. Ray, their Assistant Principal, a Happy National Assistant Principal Week! They love Mrs. Ray and all she does for the students and staff at Wildlight.

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Video Support for All šŸŽ„

Miss Graves, Hilliard Elementary School, supports her parents and students each week. She uploads a short video to Google Drive and shares the link with her students' parents via Remind.

Her videos include a review of the previous week's content and helpful hints for the upcoming week's content. Ms. Graves says, "I have had great success with keeping in touch with parents and students through Remind and weekly video chats during this time." Check out one of her videos below!

Distance Learning Tip

Every Sunday night, Mrs. Harter and her children, Teagan and Taryn, review their work for the upcoming week. Then, they write each assignment on cards to be posted on their TO-DO chart. This keeps the girls organized, while Mrs. Harter is able to teach her own class of 7th graders at Callahan Middle School. Her girls are loving the independence of being able to choose their assignments throughout the week. Great idea!


Learning With Friends Nearby

Furry Buddies

Emma Love Hardee Elementary's teachers and students know that working is much better when doing it with a buddy. Students and teachers posted pictures of their distance learning with their buddies.

More Than Bobcats

The students of Bryceville Elementary School are distance learning with a little help from their pets! When asked what is their favorite thing about distance learning, a lot of the students said they loved spending more time with their pets.

Corona Haiku

Callahan Middle School's Gifted Teacher, Mrs. Thien, challenged her students on National Haiku Day to express their feelings about the Coronavirus and virtual instruction through their writing. Read some of their entries below.

Corona is bad
I wish I could go outside
My dog keeps me sane.
-Ronnie Lawson

Sickness is now here
Hospitals are almost full
It is not awesome.
-Liam Green

News of a virus
Sent people into crisis
Iā€™m bored, people hoard!
-Baylie Cruce

Working and Supporting Together

The teachers and staff at Bryceville Elementary gave their students encouragement through distance learning with an encouraging collage.

Everyone also worked together to distribute technology devices to students that needed them for remote learning.

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Facebook Readers

Every Monday through Friday, you can find Wildlight teachers and staff sharing some of their favorite stories on the official Wildlight Facebook page. Students and parents love to see which teacher or staff member will present next. Watch some of their readers below!

Missing the Little Hornets šŸ

The 2nd-Grade teachers at Yulee Primary School are proud of their students for all of their hard work during this time. These teachers love and miss their little Hornets!

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Remote Learning Adds Up

Hilliard Middle-Senior High School's Mrs. Russell has her students completing challenging activities. The 6th and 7th grade math students participate in a weekly enrichment FlipGrid assignment, complete independent work, and attend a Google Meet. Parents have sent in pictures or videos of their students working on the tasks. Mrs. Russell compiled them together in the video below. Take a look!

A Musical Pirate šŸŽ¶

Southside Elementary School's 1st-grade, Kyra Mitchell, enjoyed music class through distance learning. Kyra was using a drum made in the previous week's activities to read rhythm patterns and play them with precision. She then moved into composing and playing her own rhythm patterns. Nice work!


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