Learning at Home Resources
The SPS Learning at Home page contains sample schedules, guides and resources for you to use during the school closures as you see fit. Structure and routine are strong elements to reduce anxiety, but we recognize that nothing about this is routine. In no way do we believe these activities replace the learning your students would receive by our highly qualified and caring teaching staff.
Please allow your student's learning schedule to be shaped by your family's needs and personality. It may work best for the learning to start at 10 or 11 a.m., or even later in the afternoon. Choose a subject order that best suits your personal learning style.
IMPORTANT: Please remember our acceptable use policy for technology. There is still an expectation of appropriate behavior, even when learning in a virtual classroom.
- Daily schedule: This reflects more of a traditional school-day schedule where you do a little of each subject every day.
- Block schedule: One or more subjects are given a large span of time a couple of days a week instead of an hour or so every day.
- Loop schedule: There is list of activities to cover but no specific day to cover them. Instead, your student spends time on each as it comes up on the loop. You can also include household chores and fun activities in your loop.
Please be safe and know that we are here to support you!