Elementary Remote Learning Essential Standards

These standards represent the critical standards selected for focus during remote learning. Additionally, standards in social emotional, science, the arts, social studies,  listening, and speaking were integrated into the learning.

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Resources for secondary families

Library Links:

Your school library media specialists continue to ensure that our students are effective users and producers of ideas and information by providing: support for information and technology literacy instruction; reading advocacy for lifelong learning and enjoyment; and equitable access to information resources and services. Please find resources curated by the LMS team on these pages:

Fairhaven Library

Kulshan Library

Shuksan Library

Whatcom Library 

Bellingham Library

Options Library

Sehome Library

Squalicum Library

Bellingham Public Library

How-to Guides:

Many secondary teachers are using Microsoft Teams and Class Notebooks to support remote learning.  These resources may be helpful in navigating these technology tools:

Student Help Center (Microsoft)   Remote Learning for Parents and Guardians

Looking for more to do?

Common Sense Media provides many of our district-wide digital citizenship lessons. During this school closure they’ve created the site wideopenschool.org to provide 6-12th grade students and families with learning activities sorted by topic. You’ll find a large assortment of quality resources including virtual field trip, live events, and other sites organized by content area.

Students receiving Special Education services

Please refer to the Special Education webpage for a letter from Director Mike Haberman and a list of resources.