Ms. Beglin’s Message to Students
Google Classroom How-To Video
All lessons and assignments can now be found in your child’s Google Classroom.
- Under the “Classwork” section, all work will be listed in the topic labeled April 13 – April 17.
We are asking students to turn in certain assignments each week. This video will explain more about submitting assignments.
- Each teacher will have the weekly outline available on their individual Google Classroom sites.
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As a member of our District’s Related Services Team, William O. Schaefer Elementary School Speech-Language Pathologist Melissa Jacob, CCC-SLP, TSSLD assesses, diagnoses and treats speech, language, social communication and cognitive-communication disorders in our: Read More: Supporting All Students: Speech Therapy at WOS
Making a rapid transition to distance learning in response to a pandemic is challenging for everyone, but can be especially difficult for students who receive additional supports, their families and the teachers and professionals who work with them. To learn more: Read More: Supporting All Learners: WOS ENL Team
Bedtime read-alouds are one way that William O. Schaefer Elementary School teachers are staying connected with students during the extended school closure. “It is so nice to connect on a different level,” says Jennifer Fanning, who co-teaches second grade with Carol: Read More: At Bedtime, WOS Students Tune In to Teacher Read-Alouds