Walnut Hill's Lessons & Activities
Week of April 13th
Dear Parents and Guardians,
Below you will find recommended lessons, activities, and links to educational resources that can be completed at home with your student(s).
We encourage you to complete one activity per day from each subject area. Recommended daily times for each subject are also listed below.
Be sure to include time for students to read self-selected books, play on their own or with siblings, complete household chores, and go outside when possible. We suggest establishing a daily routine. Flexibility is important and schedules should be based on individual student and family needs.
Sincerely,Walnut Hill Staff
>>>Video Message to Students<<<
>>>Weekly Lessons & Activities<<<
- New lessons and activities will be sent to families/students every Sunday PM.
- Your student's teacher will be in communication with families/students each week to check-in and answer any questions you have.
- In addition to email, each week's lessons and activities can be attained in the following places:
-- Walnut Hill's Website
-- Walnut Hill's Facebook Page
-- Hard Copy Outside the Front Doors at Walnut Hill
Calls from Teachers
- You may receive phone calls from teachers that list "Private Number" or "No Caller ID". We hope you will answer the call as your student's teacher is likely trying to reach out to offer assistance or provide information. For the time being, teachers will use a variety of methods to maintain communication with you and your student(s).
- OPS will provide weekly updates every Wednesday via phone and email. Refer to the OPS website link that's below for the latest updates.
Contacting Staff Members
- Feel free to contact your student’s teacher if you have any questions.
Brain Pop Jr.
Video storybooks with nonfiction companion texts
>>>Resources that Support Families<<<
Food Bank for the Heartland
Connect 2 Compete Program
No Excuses University (NEU)
- Walnut Hill is now an official NEU school.
- NEU believes that every student deserves the opportunity to be educated in a way that prepares them for college. When schools exhibit a culture of universal achievement by believing in students, they collaborate around that belief. During collaboration, they align their standards as a team. As teams align standards, they need to assess the standards and manage the data. Then, and only then, can they pursue meaningful interventions with their students.