Resources During School Closure

  • Dear Families,

     Listed below are resources that you can use with your student at home to practice Math and Reading skills. These resources are meant to be supplemental and are there to support you and your student during the school closure. These items and suggested use times are optional and can be used to help your students to maintain skills they have already learned. 

     I can answer questions via the Class Dojo App, email at gsmith@fusd1.org, phone calls or texts at (760) 618-6133. I will be available to answer emails, messages, phone calls, and texts Monday- Friday, from 8:00 AM- 3:00 PM. I am here to support you and am more than happy to answer any questions you may have. 

     I hope you all stay safe and well during the school closure,

    Ms. Smith

  • FUSD Digital Learning Hub District Provided Resources

    • The link above will take you to the FUSD Digital Learning Hub. Here you will find a collection of digital resources that the district has collected for students and families. The resources are optional and in the coming weeks the district will continue to build on this site to have specific learning plans for each week.
    • Elementary Resources
    • Elementary Special Education Resources 
  • Please text or email me for any login information you need for your student. All resources include a login, except for Prodigy which uses a class code that is already listed below. 

  • Math Resources

    • Zearn: Teacher assigned math lessons with videos and interactive practice, also includes basic skills practice. Parents may help students when working on this website. Recommended usage is 30 minutes per day.   https://www.zearn.org/

    • Prodigy: Students solve independent level math probelms while battling eachother in a virtual world, students can also battle and quest with friends in their class. DO NOT help students as lessons are adapted to their levels.     https://www.prodigygame.com/

  • ELA Resources

    • Imagine Learning: Language and literacy games and lessons based on each child's instructional level, concepts area added as students master skills. DO NOT help students as lessons are adapted to their level. Recommended usage is 40 minutes per day.   https://www.imaginelearning.com/

    • Epic: Students pick out and read e-books, audio books, and read to me books, all well-known titles and authors. Great resource for reading together.   https://www.getepic.com/  Class code: eli0589

    • Learning.com: Learning.com is a district approved digital platform that provides students with opportunities to increase digital literacy. This includes keyboarding. Lessons are adaptable providing multiple opportunities for skill building, based on grade level, and can be adjusted to suit learning capabilities. Independent Learning Highly Recommended; minimum score required before lesson advancement. Equipment: Computer/ Laptop/Tablet with External Keyboard. Earbuds/Headphones for sound. No smart phones. One Tech Friday lesson per week. One Keyboarding Lesson per week.  https://www.learning.com/ Any questions for this resource should be directed to Ms. Lancaster.