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This page will contain links and information for all COVID-19 information available to parents and students of the LDF School.

4/3/20 A Letter to our Families

Dear Families: We are providing our learning opportunities to students in a digital format. You have been contacted by your child’s teacher through email regarding these opportunities and will also be able to find all of these resources on our website for your convenience. We realize that some families may not have access to these digital resources. Print materials for students who are unable to access digital materials are being provided. In addition, the school has purchased for each student PreK-7 Kids Learn, an activity book that reviews grade-level material and provides skills practice for the next year. You may pick up these materials at school. April 1 and 2 from 9:00-12:00. If you have any questions regarding the use of the resources, please contact your child’s teacher through email.  Thank you.

Teacher Resources for Students

Letter to LDF Families of Students with Disabilities

Parents should check their email for direct communication from the school & from teachers. Please make sure the school has your correct contact information on file either via the Infinite Campus Parent Portal or by sending an email to ldfparentinfo@ldfschool.org

Students who have online access should check their school email for personal messages from their teachers. If you are not sure how to log in to Google from home, please look at these brief instructions.

Students should also try to access their Google Classrooms for updated online activities. Google Classroom can even be accessed by some game consoles! Online activities can be done using most devices. School Chromebooks are not required but are being offered as a convenience for families.

Parents & students who need tech support either with apps or devices may send an email to ldfpts.group@ldfschool.org and someone from the school's tech department will get back to you.

Resources

Educational Programming on PBS

Speaking to your child about the Coronavirus

Wisconsin DPI: Offers for Internet Access at Home

LDF Student Resources: These are sites used in school that most LDF students should be familar with.

Tech Help for Families: This site was compiled by LUHS to provide quick access to numerous digital resources.

Enrichment Activities for Kids: over 275 ideas (and growing) for online and offline activities

Virtual Field Trips

Unplugged Activitites

Music Enrichment ActivitiesWhile we are not currently expecting specific work from students, we know that many students may now have a lot of time on their hands and have brains ready for learning. The attached document offers some ideas for students as they're home. This may not have been in any of our plans; but I hope in the midst of all of this, we can take time to check in with one another as we're able from a distance and come to learn even more about how great our community is when we work together. I truly am looking forward to, and am eager for the time we can all gather again. - Ms.Pankow

STEM Extended Learning

Bedtime Stories with Brandy and friends Students can enjoy stories with our favorite Therapy Dog, Brandy.