Learning Packets from Alexandria Public Schools, sorted by Grade Level (PDF)
COVID-19 Extended Closing Instructional Resources
Resources provided by Virginia school divisions to support educational activities when schools have extended periods when they are closed.
Packets for Elementary, Middle, and High School students.
Lots of lesson plans for world languages during COVID building closure.
This page has links to resources that can help ITRTs support teachers and students during the COVID-19 school building closures. Of interest for PD, links to Using Google to Teach Remotely has several tutorials.
Caroline County's Continuity of Instruction page includes several activity packets based on grade level and subject area!
This web page on Culpeper County's web page includes links to lists of resources sorted by content area. Most of the resources are links to web sites with learning resources but both English and Math have specific learning packets.
Fairfax's Continuity of Learning Plan, with many suggestions for activities students can do at home, organized by grade level, then by content area.
This page links to instructional packets for Franklin City students.
Various updates and links.
Through the end of the year, teachers in Virginia have free and open access to the courses in Virtual Virginia to use with their students.
This page from Gloucester provides links to K-5 learning packets, as well a separate section for Wellness resources.
Links to Learning Packets for Greene County students, organized by Elementary, Middle and High.
A padlet of several resources and links that can be used for at-home learning.
This page provides resources for both elementary and secondary students. Elementary resources are available for use by other divisions, as needed. The secondary resources will be sent to students directly, to be accessed via Schoology. These are not accessible for other divisions but you may find the process used helpful in forming your own strategies.
A page of information for students and parents about helping students stay involved during building closures for COVID-19.
Learning at home resources for grades 3-5
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Various at-home packets for student during school closures.
Some great resources for parents, with optional daily schedules and optional learning links.
Learning at Home resources for Richmond City public school students, organized by grade band.
Roanoke County is providing most of their instruction resources through their school network, but there are some K-5 supplemental areas that provide a few extra resources on this page.