At Home Learning
Asynchronous Learning Activities
If there is a positive COVID-19 case(s) in a classroom, school, or district location, students will be required to quarantine. Quarantine is when someone who has been exposed to COVID-19 stays home and away from others for the recommended period of time in case they were infected and are contagious.
During this time, students will shift to the 100% remote model with synchronous, or live, remote learning used during last school year.
How to get started with remote learning:
- Locate your student’s learning space – a desk, a dining table, a cozy corner.
- Set up your student’s device and log on to SeeSaw/Schoology. Need tech support or help getting started? Visit our Technology Support webpage for translated how-to videos and more.
- Review the independent learning activities for your student’s grade.
- We know that returning to remote learning may cause anxiety for our families and students. We have provided Everyday Social-Emotional Learning at Home Resources and Tips.
Learning Suggestions by Grade Level
Seattle Public Schools has collected independent learning resources for your student to use during the transition from in-person to remote learning. Students receiving special education services should access the general education content to the maximum extent appropriate.
Whenever possible, use the language that is most comfortable for you and your children when engaging in these activities.