• Although PWCS is unable to provide instruction or class assignments to students while schools remain closed, our School Division hopes that the suggestions for optional learning activities posted here will help parents support student learning until schools re-open. Please remember that the use of these materials and participation in these activities are optional and neither grades nor course credit will be awarded.

    Rippon's Community Learning Plan.pdf





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May 26, 2020
I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Memorial Day.  Since this is a short week, please take time to complete a module you haven't done yet, work on Lexia or Study Island, or read a good book! 

May 18, 2020
This week's module is on figurative language. This is a great review of some of the important types of figurative language.


May 11, 2020
This week we are reviewing narrative structure and character development.  Check out the new module on Canvas. Hope everyone is staying healthy and working hard.



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Welcome to May!  Hope you all are enjoying the spring weather and staying healthy!
This week's module is on making inferences and drawing conclusions. Check out the module on Canvas.  Also, keep reading on Epic! or other online sites.


April 27, 2020

This week there is a module on organizational patterns. This is an important strategy for reading nonfiction text. 
The module can be found on Canvas.


April 20, 2020

 Happy Monday.  I hope everyone is still safe and healthy. 

For this week:

  • There is a module on review text features available on Canvas. 
  • Remember you can continue to access books on getepic! as well as through Prince William County Library teenbookcloud which is also offering free online access to books.
  • Also, Lexia and Study Island are also still great resources to work on to review skills.


    April 14, 2020

    Welcome back from break. Keep reading and journaling!  Remember all students are enrolled in Epic!
    This week's lesson is a review of Greek and Latin Roots.  The lesson is in Nearpod. The link and lesson code will be emailed to students and parents.

    I look forward to seeing what you come up with!



    March 30, 2020 
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    Hello Raiders -
    As week 3 approaches, I hope you are all keeping busy and safe from the virus.  I am a bit stir crazy, but try to take advantage of the nice weather and take Gaia for a walk.  

    While we are going through this epic time in our life, this is a great time to journal about what is happening and how your family is handling it or the impact it has had on your family.  This will be a time in history to look back on and remember.  Journaling is also a great way to continue your reading and writing skills.

    Here are some other prompt ideas:  

 

  1. Write about someone you care about and why they are so important to you.
  2. Playing a team sport can have both good and bad points. Explain both the good points and the bad points about playing on a school sports team, explaining every point.
  3. Think about someone you look up to. Write about this person and why you admire this person.

Also, remember the school library site has some great resources.  Remember through the  School Library webpages you can access the Research Resources webpage that provides links to the PWCS provided databases. 

Also through the library you can access At Home Activities . It has many links that the Ms. Ingalls and Mrs. Gish have found for you to use. 
 

Keep safe and let me know how you are doing!

Ms. Koory

 


I'm so sad to hear that we will not be returning to school. I hope you are still reading and keeping busy. I will be adding some resources to this page to continue to read and practice some reading skills. 


Hang in there and feel free to email me!

You are able to access Get epic!  access code is dqg7943

Here is a great site for some word games.