Online Educational Resources
We have compiled links to scores of trusted online tools for our students: math, science, English Language Arts, social studies, computer science, technology, health, physical education, music, art and more. Click below to explore them all.
Happy Last Week of School and Summer Vacation
The Skyway Staff is looking forward to the chance to see our students, whether it be through drive-by parades or Zoom parties, for some fun end of the year celebrations this last week of school. We would like to thank you for your support and flexibility this spring. It was certainly an uncharted time in education.
We hope that you and your family have a relaxing summer full of reading, exploring and joy. Happy summer vacation from the Skyway Staff!
Million Word Club
Congratulations to the following students who read over one million words this year! Top Word Reader goes to Ronan K., who read 7,154,693 words! Ronan is a fifth grader and is leaving us for middle school but since the beginning of second grade he has read 17,894,010 words as recorded by his AR tests. That is a lot of reading!
Million Word Club: Ronan K., Eli S., Damien H., Jacob G., Paula A., Emily M., Samuel R., Hudson P., Samantha H., Charlotte H., Maddox L., Alistair M., Easton P., Tillie S., Emerson N., Logan S., Coral C., Luke V., Kyra E., Raegan R., Paislee D., Gwen B., January J., and Greta N.
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Hand Washing Video
Our school nurses shared this video showing children how to properly wash their hands. What a great reminder on how to get those hands clean!
The Skyway Staff Misses You!
Here is a video the Skyway Staff put together for you. We miss seeing your smiling faces and can't wait to see you again! Click the picture or the link below to see the video.
Ideas For Families
New From Mrs. Melton and the Counseling Center
Mrs. Melton has great information from the Common Sense Foundation that she'd like to share with families:
As we wrap up this unusual school year, families are feeling a lot of anxiety about the summer. What if camps are canceled? How can I make sure my kid is ready for the next grade? From daily activity ideas to the best books and apps for learning, the resources below can support families and help your students thrive this summer. Share a few to help parents and caregivers navigate this tricky transition. You've done amazing work this school year. We hope you get some much-deserved rest over the break!
Wide Open School: A free site powered by Common Sense editors that helps families build weekly schedules and find activities for their kids. Visit today
Hook Kids on Books this Summer: Fun summer challenges that will turn kids into book lovers. Start a friendly competition
Mental Health Apps for Teens and Kids: Tools to help with anxiety, depression, and unnerving life events. Share with families