All school work during our closure is OPTIONAL and will not be graded or count towards a grade in any way. The materials and resources we are supplying are there to help your students keep up on what they have already learned. Again, not required work.
March 16th - April 28th
Someone will be available to answer the phone between the hours of 7:30 am - 3:00 pm
Dear Washington Families,
During the time of our school closure, Monday, March 16th – Tuesday, March 31st, we would like to offer your child learning opportunities to keep them academically engaged while at home. Most of these opportunities require Wi-Fi and a device for access. Not all students in every grade level have access to all of the sites below, but your child will know which sites they do have access to, as they use these sites on a weekly basis. If you do not have access to these resources and your child is in K-8, you can stop by the Pendleton School District Office (107 NW 10th Street) to pick up a math and reading study packet. These packets do not need to be turned in once school resumes, they are simply a way to help your child retain and practice what they have already learned at school.
- iReady Math and Reading (K-8 only)
Student login site to access interactive online math or reading lessons. Students use this site on a weekly basis and they are familiar with this tool.
- additional resources site, including the printable reading and math packets
- Think Central – Reading
- Prodigy Math – Comprehensive math content
- Reflex Math – Math fact fluency fun
- Headsprout Reading – Reading phonics and fluency
- Storyline Online – Hear and view stories read aloud
- Spelling City - A site to practice spelling and vocabulary
- Mystery Science
- Studies Weekly – Social Studies site for 5th grade
- I Know It – Math Practice Site for 5th grade
- We encourage all of our students to continue reading on a daily basis
While we know that this is an unexpected break in our school learning environment, using the links above or accessing the learning packets from the District Office will help your child continue to grow.
We wish you well,
Washington Elementary Principal