Student Enrichment Learning Activities

learning resources

Hello Westwood Families,

 

As the District is closed in response to COVID-19, we are committed to continuing to support your students' learning. The District offers a number of ways for students to engage in learning even while they are away from school.

 

The recommended activities below will not take the place of regular classroom instruction but will supplement student learning at home. Assignments will not be required or graded. These activities are meant to provide optional opportunities for student learning while they are absent from school. We encourage families to continue student learning at home.

 

If you are unable to access online activities, a paper copy version of Student Enrichment packets will be available for pickup at the Meet Up and Eat Up Robichaud High School and Daly Elementary locations starting Wednesday, March 25th from 10:30 am - 3:00 pm. One packet will be provided per student and will contain at least 3 to 4 weeks of activities.

 

Kind Regards,


Adrienne J. Hill

Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Accountability

Westwood Community Schools

Online Resources

 

● Khan Academy www.khanacademy.org -
(Grades Pre K-12) Independent practice and guided learning for K-12 Mathematics and Literacy; 9-12 Science and Social Studies, AP, and SAT.

Khan Academy K-12 Student Schedules with Content https://tinyurl.com/westwoodkhan

 

https://mel.org/kids - (Grades Pre K-8) Offers many different sites and games for students.
Use pebblego for reading, Britannica to explore social studies, ebook K-8 to download books for your children to read, and much much more.

 

● Scholastic Learn at Home https://tinyurl.com/westwoodlearn - Daily Lesson and Resources for Grades K-12

 

Internet Access Resources:

NOTE: If your family or you know of a family that does not have internet access, please contact Comcast. Comcast Internet Essentials https://www.internetessentials.com/covid19 provides 2 months of free internet to customers in response to recent and anticipated emergency measures for COVID-19.