GRASSY CREEK ELEMENTARY December 11, 2020
Click here for loads of information to support your family during virtual learning!
Help for Virtual Learning
If you have any technology needs, you can access one of the following supports:
Technology Help Desk at Moorhead Community Resource Center from 10:00 - 2:00, Monday - Friday. iPad concerns should be directed here.
All three Intermediate Middle Schools during school hours for chromebook help.
Chromedesk at the High School during 1st and 2nd period.
Submit a help ticket through IncidentIQ by clicking on Technology under the Explore Tab and then select Parent Tech Info.
If you have any academic needs, you can access the following supports:
Contact your child's teacher(s) for support. Teacher contact information is available on each school’s website under the Explore Tab, then select STAFF. (We also have a button below in the Nugget.)
Contact your child's school counselor or administrator.
Mrs. Forey, counselor - firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-532-3100 x3123
Ms. Hardin, dean - email@example.com or 317-532-3102
Mrs. Merchant, principal - firstname.lastname@example.org or 317-532-3101
Visit our district website's transition to virtual learning page for more information and resources.
If you have other needs beyond what is being provided, you can access of the following resources:
Contact your child’s counselor or administrator. All of our schools are open during normal school hours. Grassy Creek's office line is 317-532-3100.
Share your request through our outreach hotline at 317-608-0545 or email at MSDWarrenOutreach@warren.k12.in.us.
Visit our Moorhead Community Resource Center. Monday / Wednesday / Friday - 8:00 - 4:00 or Tuesday / Thursday - 8:00 - 8:00.
Virtual Learning Schedule for In-Person Students
Grades and Report Cards
NOTE: a student that has many incomplete or missing assignments may have incomplete scores on their report card. We are working with students to complete these as quickly as possible before the end of the semester. All missing assignments will be counted for full credit upon completion.
If you are in need of a Hotspot please use the link below to make your request.https://docs.google.com/document/d/1B02rXd5tSfr8mIgpI_--EPObW7lA7MOzEwI47JMqIRQ/edit
If you are in need of Parent Tech Support please use the link below.
Moorhead technology help desk is located at door 11 at the rear of the building near the playground. Please drive through the gate on the west side of the building and, after parking, enter door 11 for assistance. The Technology team will keep the same hours for the help desk: Monday through Friday (except holidays) from 10am to 2pm.
Edward's Dashboard Diner
The GC staff thanks our amazing PTA for sponsoring the food truck for our school and community!
Social Justice for Elementary Kids
Over the course the of the next few weeks, all students at Grassy Creek will join in lessons about mental health and wellness, along with introductions to social justice topics appropriate for school age children.
There are many benefits of beginning to discuss racial bias and injustice with young children of all races and ethnicities:
- Research has shown that children even as young as three years of age notice and comment on differences in skin color.
- Humans of all ages tend to ascribe positive qualities to the group that they belong to and negative qualities to other groups.
- Despite some adults’ attempts to protect children from frightening media content, children often become aware of incidents of community violence, including police shootings.
- Adults who don’t proactively talk about racial issues with the children around them are inadvertently teaching the children that race is a taboo topic. We want to raise children to accept individuals from diverse cultures and need to counter negative attitudes that children develop from exposure to the negative racial stereotypes that persist in our society.
We are using many resources aligned with Indiana State Academic Standards, National Standards, and our social-emotional learning curriculum from Second Steps. Want to learn more? Check out these resources:
- Second Steps Social Justice Lesson guide - we will use some of these tools throughout the year but not all at once.
- Social Justice Standards - this is the resource provided by the Indiana Department of Education to guide age appropriate conversations about social justice in the school setting.
- 5 Tips for Raising an Antiracist Child - great ideas for both home and school!
CLICK ON THE IMAGES BELOW TO LEARN MORE ABOUT YMCA DAY CAMPS FOR VIRTUAL LEARNING
Friday, Dec. 11th, 4-6pm
Various Locations in MSD Warren Township (see below)
- Warren Central High School
- Creston Intermediate-Middle School
- Raymond Park Intermediate-Middle School
- Stonybrook Intermediate-Middle School
- Moorhead Community Resource Center
- Tuesdays: 3 breakfasts, 3 lunches, and 3 suppers per child
- Fridays: 4 breakfasts, 4 lunches, and 2 suppers per child
- Menus can be found here: https://warren.nutrislice.com/menus-eula
THIS REPEATS WEEKLY EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FROM 4-6PM. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
Moorhead Community Resource Center
The Moorhead Community Resource Center (MCRC) will remain open during the VIRTUAL window and is committed to providing Warren Township families and students with programs and services in a safe, non-judgmental environment where families feel welcome and supported.
Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. and Tuesday, Thursday 8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Main Line: (317) 532-3854
Address: 8400 E 10th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46219
- Support for Homeless Students and Families
- Housing and Utility Support
- Foster Care Support
- Food & Clothing Pantry Services through Sonny Day
- Nutritional Education
- Mental Health Counseling for Individuals and Families
- Registration Assistance for Health Insurance
- Substance Abuse Education and Support Groups
- Healthy Relationships Education
- Latino Support Services
- Mentoring Services
- Employment Services
- Tutoring Services
For more information about the Moorhead Community Resource Center, click here. If you have needs beyond what is being offered, please reach out to your child's home school or contact us through the Community Outreach hotline at 317-608-0545.
We encourage you to reach out to your child's teacher anytime! Please use this link from our school website to find email addresses and extensions. We want to partner with you!