Specialist Links & Resources

We know that unexpected time away from school is a change in routine and presents unfortunate challenges. While there is no real substitution for the rich learning that happens in our classrooms, we want to make sure you have the tools to create an alternative academic experience at home.

Science (Mrs. Weiss, Grades K-4)

Week of April 19
Week of April 6

Art (Mrs. Lande, Grades K-8)

Week of May 31
Week of May 24
Week of May 17
Week of May 10
Week of May 3
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 12
Week of April 6

Music (Mrs. Trumbauer, PS/PK/K)

Week of May 24
Week of May 17
Week of May 10
Week of May 3
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 12
Week of April 6

Spanish (Mrs. Castano, PS/PK/K)

Week of May 24
Week of May 17
Week of May 10
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 12
Week of April 6

Spanish (Mrs. Collins, Grades 1-3, 4 & 6)

Weeks of March 23 & 30

Theatre Arts & Movement (Miss Bocian)

Week of May 17
Week of May 3
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 6
Weeks of March 23 & 30

Physical Education (Mrs. Henning, Grades K-4)

Week of May 31
Week of May 24
Week of May 17
Week of May 10
Week of May 3
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 12
Week of April 6

Music (Mrs. Keddington, Grades 1-5)

Peter and the Wolf 4.26.20
Weeks of March 23 & 30

Engineering & Design (Mr. Sauers)

Week of May 17
Week of May 10
Week of May 3
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 12
Week of April 6

Library (Mrs. McClary, Grades PS-5)

Week of May 31
Week of May 24
Week of May 17
Week of May 10
Week of May 3
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 12
Week of April 6

Counseling Corner with Mrs. Signe

Week of May 17

 

Week of May 10
Week of May 3
Week of April 26
Week of April 19
Week of April 12
General Resources
Student Roles
  1. Establish daily routines for engaging in the learning experiences (ex. Wake up at the same time every day as you would if campus was open).
  2. Identify a productive and quiet space in your home where you can work effectively.
  3. Regularly monitor your online platforms (School email, Google Classroom, Seesaw) to check for announcements and feedback from teachers.
  4. Complete assignments with integrity and academic honesty.
  5. Do your best to meet timelines, commitments, due dates, and class attendance expectations.
  6. Communicate with teachers if you cannot meet deadlines or require additional support.
  7. Comply with The Swain School’s expectations and guidelines regarding technology, including expectations for online behavior and etiquette and academic honesty.
Online Learning Agreement
Guardian Roles
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