Sora is our school's ebook and audiobook platform. Click HERE and use your lunch number as your ID and the Password is tigers
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help. She can find your lunch number!
Children's Author Mo Willems' Lunch Doodles posted EVERY DAY at 1 pm.
Drawing Lessons with Jarrett Krozoczka EVERY DAY at 2 pm (lessons will be archived)
Kwame Alexander reads The Crossover beginning 3/30 on Instagram for gr 5-8.
Saturday Storytime with author Josh Funk! 11 am on Facebook and Instagram.
Elementary Students! Join author Kate Messner with The Ranger in Time Book Club
Best Podcasts for Elementary, Middle School & HS (Rest your eyes and turn on your ears!)
Dairy Tech Gr. 2-4 Fun Agriculture Lessons
Kids Workout with Maurice (15 min or so)
New York Public Library free downloads (coloring, puzzles etc.)
PBS Learning Daily Lessons, Activities PreK-12
Penguin Random House read-alouds
Read, Wonder and Learn with Kate Messner
Read-Aloud Videos on YouTube by publisher:
Mrs. Kilbourne's Online Book Club for grades 4, 5 & 6
Join on Google Classroom Code t4gza6g Begins Thursday March 19. Chapters read aloud via video.
Virtual Field Trips-Click HERE for all the fun. Visit zoos, museums and state parks.
For older students:
Online Teaching Resources for Theater Design & Technology This site is packed with cool stuff.
PBS to Broadcast Educational Content for Pre-K Through 12th Grade
All nine public television stations in New York are providing “Learn-at-Home” enrichment for students through their broadcast stations and increased online educational resources.
Pre-K and young learners can still watch familiar shows like Sesame Street. Elementary student broadcast schedules include trusted programs like Wild Kratts, Peg + Cat, and Cyberchase. Middle school and high school programming include shows like Nova, History Detectives, and Shakespeare Uncovered. As always, many additional programs are also available to stream on the free PBS Video and PBS KIDS Video apps.
Since every PBS station in New York has multiple digital channels, programming will be available for young children (PreK to 4th Grade) and older children (5th to 12th Grade) on different digital channels. They can be viewed for free over-the-air with a television antenna or on cable.
“PBS ensures that its content is not only engaging, but aligned to state and national learning standards, so parents can feel comfortable knowing it’s going to reinforce what has been taught,” said Rachel Friedman, a Suffolk County teacher. “I am so glad that PBS is providing this so quickly in this crisis.”
Parents and educators should check local listings for their local public television stations for additional information on schedules and channel lineup. You can find your local PBS station by using the PBS Station Finder.
Local stations will also provide more specific educational information and resources developed in conjunction with local school districts, BOCES, parents, and teachers.
New York’s educators and parents can continue to access free educational resources that supplement and augment learning on the website, PBSLearningMedia.org. PBS LearningMedia provides original digital content and supplemental viewing guides for on-air programming that assist in learning. New special collections have been created for each grade level to make it easy for parents and teachers to select appropriate content if they are new to using the service. Webinars and online support materials have already been taking place and will continue to help educators make use of PBS LearningMedia as a distance learning tool.