Coronavirus Facts and eLearning

Oxendine Elementary School - March 23, 2020

Information for Families and Stakeholders

Dear Parents/Guardians and Stakeholders,


We have all been impacted and have experienced a shift in our day-to-day activities due to COVID-19, known as the Coronavirus. Despite the challenges we are encountering, Oxendine Elementary faculty and staff are committed to helping protect ourselves, each other, our students, and the surrounding community. We have created learning opportunities for each of our students to continue their learning while out of school. The hard-working and innovative staff members have created instructional packets and are providing choice boards and eLearning activities to continue instruction.


Information provided in the newsletter is shared to maintain communication with our families and stakeholders using multiple forms of social media.


We will continue to monitor updates for the Coronavirus pandemic and carefully abide by guidelines set by the Public Schools of Robeson County and the State of North Carolina.


Do not hesitate to reach out if you have any questions or concerns.


Your Principal,

Dr. Sheri Dial Herndon


sheri.herndon@robeson.k12.nc.us

CDC Guidelines on Coronavirus Prevention

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N.C. Governor Roy Cooper Provides COVID-19 Updates

Click the button to hear the latest information as of March 23, 2020..

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Ready Materials

All students should have access to their READY books. The following website includes free information from the company. Click on the button below.

Additional Free Educational Websites for Home



  1. CodeMonkey: a game-based education program that teaches children to code. It comes with a membership fee, but there's a free 14-day trial that doesn't require a credit card.
  2. BrainPop: Online learning across subject areas for children in kindergarten through middle school and ELL learning for all age groups. Free.
  3. Khan Academy: Online learning in math, science, and literacy for all age groups. Standards-aligned. Free.
  4. BrainPop: Fun, interactive educational activities for all ages and all subject areas
  5. Scholastic Learn at Home: Interactive learning journeys for all ages.
  6. Vocabulary Spelling City: enter the code upon registration to gain immediate access: VSCFree90
Sites for Families to Use While School is Closed

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Resources Below for Health and Physical Activity Updates

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