Hello Students and Families!  I just wanted you to know I am thinking of you all during this difficult time.  I miss seeing you and hope that you are doing well.  Please let me know if you need help with any learning activities.  Remember reading is always lots of fun! I will post more as I am directed to by PWCS. 
UPDATE: During the week of March 23- April 14 I hope to be working with your child through SeeSaw. This is not mandatory and only if you choose to use this as a learning platform.  Your child is familiar with this online program and have had lots of fun with it.  It will be the same, except each child will have a new log in code. This code will allow the students to complete the activities I have chosen for them and also a way for me to see what they have completed. I will be trying to contact families through the telephone and emails to give them their child's individual code.  Please let me know if this is something you would be interested in.  You can email me at heckerhl@pwcs.edu to let me know the best way to give you the code. 
Please look at files and documents for activities that don't require electronic devices.  Have fun learning!

In addition, in files and documents I have posted your child's English language goals which are called can do goals. In looking at student’s language development, we use the WIDA Can Do Descriptors to provide examples of what language learners can do at different stages of English language development in listeningspeakingreading and writing. Can Do descriptors enable teachers to meet students where they are currently at with their language development and help provide a map to help students progress in their learning across different content areas. Can Do descriptors do not replace Standards, rather, they supplement them during instruction. Please see the following information for the Can-Do descriptors that students have been working on in the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd quarters during this 2019-2020 school year. Descriptors are sorted by grade level. Additionally, you will find resources given by the ESOL department to help your child with their English language development.