Learning from Home - Summer Fun Edition

  • Welcome to the summer fun edition of Learning from Home!

    Read books! Try new activities! Keep your brain and body busy!

     

    We will be updating each of these links regularly, so be sure to check back for new information.

     

    Summer Reading 2020 For all grades: where to find books, reading challenges, and library activities for the summer.

    Online resources For all grades: ebooks and audiobooks, online storytimes, and enrichment activities.

    Specials website with summer activities

    Pflugerville Library information on signing up for a library card if you don't have one and curbside pickups.

    Keep PfISD Reading for our district library site with reading links.

     

     

    Middle school library information for rising 6th graders

    Summer reading video from Ms. McCoy to get you started.

    Introduction from Ms. Burleigh at PMS

    Introduction from Ms. Lamarre at PCMS

    Pre-AP summer reading assignment

    These books are great reads, whether you are going into Pre-AP language arts or not. If signed up for Pre-AP language arts, you must read one of the books on the 6th grade list and be prepared to do an assignment with it when you return in the fall.

    Middle School Summer Reading List and Notes This is the district's information about the summer reading requirement with the list of books to choose from. At the end of the list, there is a graphic organizer for book notes, which is required by PMS. It would be helpful to use even if you are going to another PfISD middle school.

    6th Grade Pre-AP Reading Choices This file gives overviews of the books on the district list and a link to the current Lone Star list (like the Bluebonnets, but for middle school). This will be a great help in choosing your book! Students must login with their student email to view this file.

     

    Teacher website and phone list Grade levels have posted their websites where you can access learning materials. Teachers have started adding work-from-home phone numbers to help you get in contact with them.

     

    Technology helps

    Here is a community resource to help you find free or low-cost internet options for families with students while schools are closed: EveryoneOn Find Offers

    How to access Clever and Google Classroom: You can use this video tutorial or text instructions to help you log into Clever and Google Classroom.

     

     

    Information on Coronavirus and staying healthy

    Visit PfISD's Let's Talk page, where you can share questions, comments, concerns, suggestions, and compliments with the district.

    How to help your child understand the Coronavirus

    Video that shows how germs spread

    Video showing handwashing for younger students

    Video for older elementary through adults