GCPS Summer Edition

Greensville County Instructional Team and Support Staff

Family Guide to At-Home Learning

Tips for parents for successful learning at home.

SuperSheets Virginia SOL Aligned

SuperSheets are technology-enhanced PDF worksheets that are easy for students to use and print off at home. The SuperSheets PDF can be uploaded in Google Classroom or printed out and made into packets for students with limited internet access.

Math / 2nd-6th Grade

Reading / 2nd-6th Grade


VPN-PBS and NPR Summer Program Channels and Shows

VPM (formerly known as WCVE) is the largest locally owned and operated public media company in Central Virginia. As Virginia’s home for public media, VPM provides the best of PBS and NPR programming coupled with a strong set of community-based programs and services designed to make an important impact in the areas of arts, news, history, science and education.

VPM is offering its Learning Plus lineup. It is a block of programs for children in grades K-3 and 7-10 developed by Virginia's public media stations and the Virginia Department of Education, based on educational priority areas for the state and content that is available for broadcast. Educational videos and lesson plans for all subjects/grades can be found at pbslearningmedia.org.

Hero Elementary, a new multi-platform animated PBS KIDS series, premiered on June 1. The series is geared toward children ages 4 -7 and teaches them to problem solve by thinking and acting like scientists to ignite their natural curiosity. Here is the Channel listing.

VDOE Summer Learning

Click here for links to summer learning ideas in Reading, Math, Science and History from VDOE.

Wyatt 21st CCLC Summer Programs

Click this link for more information and to register. Rising 6th through current 8th grade students are eligible to apply.


Chesterfield Public Library Resources for Summer

The Chesterfield County Public Libraries website hosts a large array of student friendly resources for summer learning. Their theme this summer is "Imagine Your Story,” so join them on their adventure of fun activities you can do at home.

Smallab Learning

Throughout the summer months, Wink will remain available at no cost. Wink makes grade and subject-specific learning activities available on any web-enabled device. Teachers and parents receive daily reports on their kids’ learning activities and how they performed. To play Wink activities, parents only need to visit http://smallab.io/wink. K-8 Math, Science and English/LA

Longwood Region VIII Virtual TAG Summer Camp

There will be twelve classes in Virtual TAG with staggered start-dates, ranging from mid-June through late-July (all individual classes will run for approximately two weeks). Classes also vary in terms of their intended age-range and their levels of technology required for full participation. All of this information is explained more fully on the flyer. Students are invited to participate in UP TO TWO classes. Registration for these classes will be done through a Google form link found on the flyer. In order to make the registration process as fair as possible, registration will involve students indicating their TOP FIVE choices on the form. We will aim to enroll students in two of their top three, but we're asking for their top five in case there are classes that fill quickly. The Google form link is also found below, but parents should be encouraged to read all of the additional information on the flyer before registering their students;

Click the link below for the flyer.


Click the link below for the application.


Because of our desire to maintain reasonable class limits, registration for Virtual TAG will be first-come, first-served until the classes are full.

Summer Reading from Readworks

Grades K-12, choose your topic of interest.


Longwood University Summer Camps

Attached are registration and information for Summer Camps for Reader's Theater and Jump Start Camp. Click the links for cost, sponsorship and information.

Virtual Reader's Theater Registration

Camp Jump Start

New Hot Spot Areas in the County

GCPS has placed hot spots in the following areas:

Claresville Baptist Church

6279 Low Ground Rd.

Emporia, VA 23847

(GCPS vehicle is located on right side facing church)

Brink Road Ruritan Club

5945 Brink Road

Emporia, VA 23847

(GCPS vehicle is located on left side facing building)

Prudy Baptist Church

186 Smokey Ordinary Rd.

Emporia, VA 23847

(GCPS vehicle is located on left side facing church)

Wireless: Kajeet Smartbus

Password: smartbus

ABC Mouse Summer Camp

To support summer learning and fun, ABCmouse will be launching ABCmouse Summer Camp. Summer Camp provides daily learning adventures for ABCmouse students, who virtually visit warm-weather penguins on the Galapagos Islands, see tar pits with Ice Age fossils, and peek into the pyramids of Egypt. Each adventure begins with an episode of our new animated educational series Search and Explore, followed by a set of related interactive learning activities. There are also many offline activities to keep the fun and learning going beyond the screen. We will email you in early June when the first week of daily lessons is available on your ABCmouse account homepage. If you have signed up for the free account, your account will be extended through Labor Day to allow you to take advantage of this program.
Virginia Health Care Organization

Click to visit this website which includes COVID-19 resources for those seeking help and for healthcare professionals and others providing healthcare services (* indicates a resource is for individuals looking for help).


A guide to explaining the social constricts of COVID-19 to students.

Talking to Your Child About CoronaVirus

Visit this site and learn valuable insight for explaining the Coronavirus to your child. The site is hosted by the National Association of School Psychologist.

Be Safe and Keep Learning