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Supporting Students During COVID-19 Closures


Link to resources to assist with home learning:

•       Channel 99, HC Media is showing content-specific videos for K-5 that are aligned to our State standards.

Check out:

AAA Math
Thousands of interactive math lessons organized across grade levels from kindergarten through grade 8. Great for review and extra practice.
“Whether our children want to become farmers, doctors, teachers, or entrepreneurs, it’ll be easier for them to achieve their dreams in the digital age if they have some background in computer science. We need our children to learn 21st century skills for a 21st century world, and coding teaches them the creativity and problem-solving skills that are necessary for success.”  JOHN THUME, U.S. SENATOR® is a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding participation in computer science by making it available in more schools; however, the site can be used at home to engage your child in tutorials and fun activities to learn the basics about computer science and programming.

enVisions Math is the elementary math program for our elementary students.  Please email your child’s teacher if you need their username and password.  Students can access their text, interactive games, videos, tasks that have been assigned by their teacher, and digital math tools by:
1.  Going to the HPS Launchpad
2.  Clicking on the Pearson Easy Bridge icon
3.  Signing in using their HPS username & password

MIND Research Institute has decided to make the home-school version of ST Math available for free to anyone who wants it thru at least June. So if you have any family members or friends with children who do not have access to ST Math feel free to direct them here:

•       Teaching Rigorous Problem-solving (videos to support parents)

We want to remind you that your students have home access to ST Math enabled and can play at any time from a computer or tablet with internet access.  In order for students to continue to work on ST Math from home, please check out these resources on ST Math Central (login required).  Please email your child’s teacher if you need support with logins.