Greetings, Colonial Families:
The Colonial School District administrative team has been working together to outline academic expectations for our students during the extended school closure. As this situation evolves, we recognize that we need to be mindful of the academic, social and emotional well-being of our students. We are committed to communicating consistently and efficiently throughout the closure so that you can best support your child's academic needs at home. Please click here to go to www.colonialsd.org/closure for CSD resource recommendations.
On this page you will find the following:
Phase 1 (approximately 2 weeks)
We are starting by asking K-3 students to use a blend of age-appropriate, familiar, accessible online resources as well as general hard copy activities to reinforce, remediate and enrich learning at this time. Students in grades 4-12 will be directed to online Learning Management pages (Google Docs, Canvas) to find more information.
During Phase 1, assignments will not be graded, but CSD staff can check on productivity and usage, select assignments may require hard copy resources such as general paper or notebooks, and expected work time allocation for students varies per grade.
To access the majority of our K-8 curricular apps (Clever, RAZ-Kids, DreamBox etc.):
- Go to www.colonialsd.org.
- Go our our schools and select your school.
- Click on tab "Links and Resources."
- Scroll down to "Web Apps."
- Enter Page Passkey: 123
Note that the Colonial School District will be lending devices during the closure. Click here for more information.
We have provided a sample schedule for each grade to show a "week at a glance."
It is possible that the closure will extend beyond the original two weeks. If that is the case, K-3 students will receive more specific assignments. Parents and Guardians can then expect communication that may include an updated schedule of activities from your classroom teachers.
For grade 4-12 students, teachers will continue to use Learning Management pages (Google Docs, Canvas) to communicate expectations and specific assignments.