Children Reading the Holy Bible

School Resources

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Clark Elementary School

School Counselor: Najwa Welch

Welchn1@charlottesvilleschools.org, 434-260-1195

School Social Worker: Stephanie Snider

Sniders1@charlottesvilleschools.org, 434-531-5934

ESL Teacher: Catherine Gray

Grayc1@charlottesvilleschools.org, 434-245-2414​

Special Education: Melissa Powell

Powellm1@charlottesvilleschools.org, 434-245-2414​

504 Plans: Rolando Tillman

Tillmar1@charlotttesvilleschools.org, 434-245-2414​

 
 
 
 
 
Children Reading the Holy Bible

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Children Reading the Holy Bible

Virtual Education

  • Center for Disease Control – checklist for parents, guardians and other individuals preparing for the school-year

  • Maven Clinic Pros/Cons to Weigh Back to School Decision – There’s no single right choice, but understanding your options and assessing your needs can help you come to a decision that’s best for your family.

  • Free Educational Resources from Popsugar – this is a free collection of websites and apps to support virtual learning.

  • Mental Health America – another collection of vetted educational resources for school-aged children.

  • Wildrock’s Nature Lovers Book Club – for middle readers ages 8-12. Will run 8am-12pm from 8/27-10/1.

  • Blue Ridge Bigs – compilation of resources for parents by linking to a host of educational resources for littles.

  • PB&J Fund – has a variety of real-world, food related learning resources including recipes, Kitchen Skills 101, and Health Affordable Meal Suggestions

  • Digital Resources for Walker Upper Elementary School Families – think link provides links to some general digital resources as well as some Walker specific information.

  • Outschool – Explore any interest over live video chat! Discover fun, social, and safe learning experiences for kids ages 3-18 led by passionate teachers.

  • Khan Academy – Offers free lessons in math, science, and humanities from kindergarten through the early years of college. Students can use the exercises, quizzes, and instructional videos to learn and master skills.

  • Scholastic.com Learning at Home – For supporting children’s continuous learning at home and for back-to-school plans, Scholastic has you covered with virtual learning materials.

  • Wide Open School – Find tips and resources for distance learning for parents/caregivers and teachers.

  • Ted Ed – Browse hundreds of TED-Ed Animations and TED Talks designed to spark your child’s curiosity. You’ll also find thousands of other video-based lessons organized by age-level and subject.

  • Raz Kids – With Raz-Kids, students can practice reading anytime, anywhere – at home, on the go, and even during the summer!

  • Prodigy – Prodigy connects in-class learning to at-home math practice that kids love – making it your go-to platform for effective blended and virtual learning.