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Student Remote Learning Resources

We would like to share some optional enrichment opportunities that you may use at home with your children.  Our goal is to provide learning resources that do not add to anxiety or stress. Our attempt is not to replicate the learning that occurs in our classrooms.  The intent is to provide opportunities for our students to participate in some structured learning activities each day that are engaging and yes, even fun. We believe the resources shared here will allow for some choices each day across multiple areas of interest and ability levels. Please email your child’s teacher or building principal if you are seeking individual recommendations for your child, should you wish. Check back for updates and more resources. Follow HPS on FacebookTwitter, & Instagram for the most up-to-date news. 

Online Educational Resources

PK-5 Optional Enrichment Opportunities
6-12 Optional Enrichment Opportunities
PBS At-Home Learning Resources
The New York Times: Daily Set of Learning Activities for Children and Updates for Adults
Free K-5 Online Science Courses: Interactive Activities
Virtual Tours of the World's Greatest Museums: here and here
Comprehensive List of Online Educational Resource: Free Services for Families
Khan Academy's Home Teaching Schedule with Links to Lessons for All Grades
Kahoot: Free K-12 Remote Learning Tools
Keep on Dancing with this amazing online offer from CLI Studios
Social Emotional Learning Activities

Free Learning Opportunities

  • Wide Open School
    • Wide Open School is a free collection of the best online learning experiences for kids curated by the editors at Common Sense.
  • Learning Keeps Going
    • WE CAN'T AFFORD TO LET LEARNING LAPSE. The COVID-19 Education Coalition is a diverse group of education organizations brought together by the ISTE/EdSurge team to curate, create and deliver high-quality tools, resources and support for educators and parents as they keep the learning going during extended school closures. 

Dr. Doug VanderJagt

[email protected] Superintendent, District

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