How Will Students Learn Remotely?
All SEZP schools will engage in several mathematics, English Language Arts (ELA), science, and humanities (social studies) lessons and explorations each week. Students will have access to small groups and individual conferences throughout week with their teachers to help them navigate these lessons and explorations. Additionally, SEZP educators will provide support for students and their families around social and emotional needs during this difficult time. Together, families and schools will advance the learning for all students to ensure equitable opportunities now and in the coming year.
Connect With Your Teachers
Use the TEAMS app in Office365 and PowerSchool to identify assignments and reach out to teachers. For assistance in using TEAMS from Office365 and PowerSchool, click the COMPUTER SUPPORT button below. Additionally you may email your teachers directly using the STAFF EMAILS button below. You may access the SEZP lessons directly by clicking the link.
When are Assignments Due?
Assignments are uploaded on Monday at 9:00 a.m. each week and are due by Friday, 3:00 p.m. Items in the CHOICE BOARD are alternative social emotional learning tasks that students can do on their own.
What is a Primary Point Person?
The purpose of the Primary Point Person is to connect with students and families. This supportive tool was created to build-on, strengthen, and maintain a caring, trusting, and supportive relationship between school-to-home, student-to-staff. You can find your child's primary point person by clicking on the link and finding your child's ID / Lunch Number.
Remote Learning Information
Due to COVID-19 protocols, Kiley is currently closed to the public. Please call 413-787-7240 for more information or questions.
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