We want you to know your Administration, Teachers, and Staff are here for you and you can continue to contact any of us with any of your questions. Teachers have likely already sent you information about the Seesaw app. Seesaw will be the primary tool through which content and communications will be delivered to you and your children during the closure. Teachers will share activities to provide your child with opportunities to stay current in their learning. All of the learning activities that will be shared with you. We are simply providing our students with new and creative ways to continue learning and reconnect during our time away from school.
The distict has created a Student Tech Help email address – Please use this email to request access to SeeSaw or other district provided resources. We are not able to provide equipment at this time to Grade K4 -7 students. StudentTechHelp@lebanon.k12.pa.us
Additional Free Resources:
Many companies that provide education-related products for purchase by school districts or families are offering free access during these ordered closings. Although we have attempted to verify the status of each resource, we cannot guarantee any of those listed here. Please do not enter any financial/credit card information into the websites.
Imagine Learning is used extensively in our elementary schools as a reading and math resource. Students are likely already familiar with it and our partnership with this company includes support for parents and families.
Customer Care representatives are available (including representatives who speak Spanish) to support families during this time.
Imagine Learning Customer Care
Monday-Friday: 6 am – 6 pm MT
Scholastic is one of the largest providers of education-related materials and websites and has reading resources for nearly every grade level.
Math games that reinforce essential skills.
Personalized math instruction.
Individualized math and reading practice. You can create a free account.
Online games to promote civics education and citizenship.
Online lessons and videos to promote a love of science.
Create your own games as you learn to code.
Many museums, historical sites, zoos, and science-related facilities offer virtual field trips via their websites. Some of those are noted here but a Google search will provide many more.