Online Closure Resources
Selah School District’s top priority, for the time being, is to use our organization to provide stability and resources to our community. As we said in a previous communication, we want to provide resources to families to work with their children while at home.
During this time, our goal is to provide learning materials and activities that can help students do the following things:
- Review material that they may have already covered, but not yet mastered.
- Practice skills that are necessary for learning and proficiency in a particular subject.
- Engage in enrichment activities or independent projects in a particular subject area.
- Identify an area of interest in a subject area to research and explore.
Given our current restrictions, these learning activities are not required, nor will they be graded.
These learning opportunities are supplemental and designed to keep students connected with some of the content and the skills they need to resume school successfully. They are not meant to replace our core curriculum and instruction.
This approach is in line with what the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) is recommending. Also, it is aligned with what a majority of our neighboring districts are doing, and will be the practice of all Selah schools until further notice.
Click here for a list of learning activities and materials across content areas.
If you have any questions, please email me at email@example.com or call 698-8003.
Executive Director of Student Learning
When working with your children on instructional resources it is good to develop a daily schedule. This creates routines and structure for your children. Be sure to include time for play or exercise. Here are some sample schedules.