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Food Bank for Families

We will have Food Bank donations available for families in need at Meadowlark Elementary on
Monday, April 6, at 11.00 am during our daily lunch distribution. 
Food Bank donations will be available for families from 11.00-12.30 am or until we run out of food.       

Amazing April

Every day this month, join us to celebrate Amazing April! 
Join us daily by posting to social media with the hashtag #utahschoolspirit. Here are the prompts for this week: 

o    April 1: Share your favorite joke. Make us laugh! (Here is our joke for today: https://twitter.com/slcschools/status/1245356866823016449) 

o    April 2: What is your favorite children’s book?  Post the title or a picture of the book. 

o    April 3: Post a picture of you wearing all the colors of a rainbow! 

o    April 4: Take a picture of you playing outside. 

o    April 5: What is your favorite type of pizza? 

 

Student Quick Links

 

       ST Math 

     Lexia

Wonders 2020 logo

 

Student Learning Information

Parents & Community members,
In order to simplify access to student learning materials during school closures we would ask you to review the following table to determine which materials you need for your students.

ACCESSING STUDENT APPLICATIONS ONLINE . 

If you have questions about accessing our online student applications please refer to the following document for instructions: https://www.slcschools.org/news/2019-20/coronavirus-information/documents/new-online-resources-button/english/

If you are experiencing technical difficulties with school issued devices which cannot be resolved by your teacher, please contact Technical support by completing this form.  
If students fill out the form, someone will contact them within 24 hours. Our tech teams will be working every weekday, except Friday, March 27.

Teacher/Grade
 
 Teacher Information Letters  Lessons & Resources Teacher contact information
Ms. Thompson
Kindergarten
Cover Letter  Please collect student packets lizbeth.thompson@slcschools.org
Mr. Reynoso
Kindergarten
Cover Letter  Please collect student packets jeremy.reynoso@slcschools.org
Ms. Bissegger
Kindergarten
Cover Letter  Please collect student packets becky.bissegger@slcschools.org
       
Ms. Castillo
1st Grade
 Cover Letter  Please collect student packets jenna.castillo@slcschools.org
Ms. Allen
1st Grade
 Cover Letter  Please collect student packets melissa.allen@slcschools.org
Ms.Mullen/Keate
1st Grade
 Cover Letter  Please collect student packets

rachel.keate@slcschools.org

katie.mullen@slcschools.org

       
Ms. Sanchez
2nd Grade
Cover Letter  Please collect student packets lucero.sanchez@slcschools.org
Ms. Stewart
2nd Grade
Cover Letter  Please collect student packets rishel.stewart@slcschools.org
Ms. Kelly
2nd Grade
Cover Letter

Please collect student packets
I Am Love: Heart Meditation #1

kathryn.kelly@slcschools.org
       
Ms. Henkels
3rd Grade
Cover Letter Please collect student packets ellen.henkels@slcschools.org
Ms. Burton
3rd Grade
Cover Letter Please collect student packets sarah.burton@slcschools.org
       
Ms. Yeske
4th Grade
Cover Letter Curriculum jeanie.yeskie@slcschools.org
Ms. Beaumont
4th Grade
Cover Letter Curriculum holly.beaumont@slcschools.org
Ms. Persson
4th Grade
Cover Letter Curriculum darby.persson@slcschools.org
       
Ms. Burt
5th Grade
Cover Letter Please review the teacher letter -curriculum resources are online doree.burt@slcschools.org
Ms. Woznick
5th Grade
Cover Letter Please review the teacher letter -curriculum resources are online jennifer.woznick@slcschools.org
Ms. Colby
5th Grade
Cover Letter

Please review the teacher letter -curriculum resources are online

http://meadowlarkcolby.weebly.com/

helen.colby@slcschools.org
       
Mr. Arthur
6th Grade
Cover Letter Please review the teacher letter -curriculum resources are online john.arthur@slcschools.org
Mr. Burkley
6th Grade
Cover Letter  Please review the teacher letter -curriculum resources are online kennan.burkley@slcschools.org
Ms. Gibbs
6th Grade
Cover Letter  Please review the teacher letter -curriculum resources are online christine.gibbs@slcschools.org
       
Essential Elements  Letter  Please collect student packets rachel.hawkes@slcschools.org
       
Ms. Cain 
Library Media Specialist
Letter

Please review the teacher letter -curriculum resources are online

rose.cain@slcschools.org
Ms. Dunker
Art Teacher
Letter

https://meadowlarkart.weebly.com

julie.dunker@slcschools.org

Karen Bischoff​
ELP

Letter   karen.bischoff@slcschools.org
OTHER RESOURCES:      
Social Emotional Learning  Letter

Activity 
Activity
Activity

 

Eureka Mathematics
Instructions

 Instructions Letter    
Wonders Access Wonders here

Simplified Login
Select your name and enter your
3 picture password 

Select Teacher
(make sure it is 19-20) 

 
Lexia Access Lexia here

Username: InitialsLunch# 
Password: Lunch# 

 
ST Math Access ST Math here

Username: InitialsLunch# 
Password: Lunch# 

 

 

Coronavirus Information

 

INTERNET ACCESS 

  • As we transition to remote learning in the coming days, a home internet connection is more important than ever.
  • We recognize that many of our students do not have internet connections at home.
  • Comcast, a partner of the Salt Lake Education Foundation, is generously offering a program called “Internet Essentials,” which would allow families to receive two free months of Internet service, with the option of continuing thereafter with monthly payments of $9.95 per month.
  • Salt Lake City School District families have been pre-approved for a streamlined enrollment process.
  • Call 855-846-8376 or apply online at www.InternetEssentials.com. You’ll be asked to provide your contact information and school name. No other paperwork is necessary, and if you meet the program eligibility criteria, you will be approved and could have home Internet within 5-7 days. After your free two-month trial, you can cancel at any time.

REMOTE LEARNING PLAN

  • Our teachers will work to transition the majority of our student learning online. For classes and grades where online learning is not the appropriate choice, Teachers may also prepare packets or other resources for students to work on during the dismissal.
  • Work during the dismissal will focus on maintaining students’ skills and reviewing concepts already taught at school. ​
    • You will receive email communication at the email address you have provided to your child’s school. 
  • If you don’t have an email address on file, you can update your profile in the Parent Portal OR email your student’s teacher directly, using the email address listed on your school’s website. You can find all of our school websites here: https://www.slcschools.org/schools/

SPECIAL EDUCATION

  • If you have a student with a disability, you should have received an email on Saturday with pertinent information. 
  • Please be on the lookout for additional information from your student’s IEP case manager and service providers.
  • You will also continue to receive information from Shelley Halverson in the Special Education Department.

HOW TO TALK ABOUT COVID-19

We know you and your family may be feeling stress at this time, as our community takes action to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Children may have questions that you aren’t sure how to answer. Below are some resources for parents regarding how to address COVID-19 with their children.

Talking to Kids About COVID-19

Talking With Children About COVID-19

Harvard Medical School How to Talk to Kids About COVID-19

Harvard Medical School: How to Talk to Teens About COVID-19

PBS: How to Talk to Your Kids About COVID-19

CNBC: How to Stay Calm Amid Coronavirus

COVID-19 Parent Resources Spanish and Chinese

Como Hablar Con los Ninos Sobre el Coronavirus

UNICEF: Como Hablarle a tu Hijo Sobre Coronavirus

Mantener La CalmaDurante Coronavirus

l continue to communicate with you via email, text, and voicemail, but for the latest information, please visit our website, http://coronavirus.slcschools.org.

Sincerely,

Dr. Lexi Cunningham
Superintendent 
Salt Lake City School District

Utah's HERitage

The Utah HERitage campaign, organized by Better Days 2020, is celebrating the trailblazing women of Utah's history! This video highlights the achievements of Emmeline B Wells, a tenacious suffragist who championed a woman's right to vote and run for public office. Better Days filmed five Meadowlark students for their campaign. 

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