Elementary Web-Based Educational Resources for Home
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Web-Based Educational Resources for Use at Home
We have compiled a list of various web-based resources to use to continue to encourage learning at home during our closure. Click on the blue hyperlinks to access the website. These resources will be updated as more become available. These sites were all reviewed prior to posting and were working and appropriate at that time. We recommend that parents review the site prior to allowing their children to use it, as web content changes frequently.
Interactive typing practice and games. Parents may sign up for a free account for their child. (Some schools also use this program. If your child uses this program in school, he will need to use a school specific Typing Club link to log in. Many schools post a link on their website.)
Great educational videos and activities. Brain Pop has allowed our district to have temporary, free access to their site during our closure.. You may log in using Chicopee1 for both the username and password.
PBS has organized a variety of resources for grades K-12. There are videos, activity ideas, etc. in various subjects such as ELA, math, science and social studies. All resources are organized by grade level and subject.
Every Massachusetts resident is eligible for a Boston Public Library eCard. Register online and access any of their eResources - including eBooks, eAudiobooks, eMagazines, streaming music, streaming video, online courses and more. Overdrive, Libby, RBDigital, Hoopla, Kanopy, Mango Languages, Lynda, etc.
Scholastic has put together some free digital book resources to use during closure. They will add new activities each day for a total of 20 days. The site will provide instructions on how to sign up for a free account.
EBLI will be offering 2 read alouds via Zoom. You can sign up and recordings will be emailed to you if you can’t participate during the live events. This spring you can choose from two books: Little House in the Big Woods or Reaching for the Moon: The Autobiography of a NASA Mathematician.
The Cincinnati Zoo will be holding a “Facebook Live” event each day at 3PM where they will highlight one of their amazing animals and include an activity that can be done at home. Check out their Facebook page: “Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden”.
Follow Paint Sip Fun on Facebook. This local business will be offering FREE art lessons for all ages for the next two weeks on their Facebook page. The first lesson will be Monday, March 15 at 6pm. Grab some paper and a pencil (or pen or sharpie) and learn how to draw!
Mo Willems, author/illustrator of popular children’s books is partnering with The Kennedy Center to hold Lunch Doodle. He’ll be hosting a live video in his studio daily at 1 PM. Grab some paper, pencils or crayons and join Mo as he explores how doodling and writing go hand in hand. Videos will also be recorded, so that they can be streamed later on.
Our mission at Belcher School is to provide educational opportunities for the students in order for them to be lifelong learners who can solve problems, use technology and have the social skills to be productive adults in our community.
To this end we believe that:
Belcher School regards instruction as one of the most important functions of education.
Belcher school will continue to provide equal educational opportunities.
Belcher School will be sensitive to and provide for the individual needs of its students.
Belcher School will continue to develop an appreciation of other cultures.
Belcher School will continue to have an environment that is conducive to learning.
Belcher School will continue to be dedicated to developing in each student the ability, wisdom, and character to fashion a worthy and useful life.
All children at Belcher School, with support from the parents, faculty, staff and community, will be provided with the best possible academic and social education in order for them to achieve their full potential as life long learners.
Park in designated spots at drop-off
Parents: If you walk your child into school, please park your vehicle in a designated spot. Do not leave your car in the drop-off line.
We need crossing guards!
Chicopee Public Schools has immediate openings for crossing guards. Call 413-594-3516 if interested.
This notification is required by the Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act (AHERA, 40 CFR Part 763 of the Toxic Substances Control Act.)
An asbestos plan has been developed for each of the Chicopee Public School buildings.
This plan is available and accessible to the public at the Chicopee Public Schools Maintenance Department, 816 James St. Chicopee, MA 01022. To view this plan please call Scott Chapdelaine at 594-3417 to make an appointment.
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