Elementary School COVID-19 Resources
Return to Learning Webinars
August 5, 2020
Return to Learning Options for 2020-2021
August 3, 2020
July 20, 2020
Instructional scenarios include on-site attendance, a hybrid model, and fully virtual.
MRH Ongoing Meal Distribution
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Helping Families Cope
We all recognize that for many of our families, this pandemic crisis is making a difficult home situation even worse. As part of a regional response, there has been a coordinated effort by area school districts to simplify the search for resources for those in need. Please click on the flier link below.
Video Messages From Your Principals & Teachers
Congratulations to our MRHE 6th graders! We are thrilled to be able to offer this virtual promotion experience for all of you. Simply follow the link and enjoy the ceremony at a time that works for your family.
Special Education Considerations:
Students with Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) will be provided with lessons and activities to support their learning as it relates to IEP goals. IEP Case Managers and other special education staff (Speech Language Pathologist, Occupational Therapist, Physical Therapist, ABA Associate, Social Worker, etc.) will be in contact via email with each family regarding next steps and to provide lessons and/or support. Students will receive lessons and/or staff support for each area of service on their IEP. Work can be completed on a schedule that works best for each family. Completed work can be turned in electronically, it can be turned in on paper when school resumes, or parents/guardians can keep a daily log of completed lessons and submit the log to the special education staff. Students are not expected to complete classroom/grade level work in a particular area if they are completing work in that same area from the special education staff. For example, if a child is completing reading lessons from the special education teacher, the child is not required to also complete the grade level reading lessons. Additionally, all MRH staff are committed to ensuring accommodations and modifications are provided so that students with IEPs can continue to access meaningful learning activities. Special education staff will be available for support, at minimum, between 7:15 and 2:45 each school day.
The first point of contact for families is your child’s special education Case Manager (Teacher or Speech Language Pathologist). Ben Gleason, Special Education Coordinator for MRH, is also available at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MRH will provide tech support for MRH devices and/or MRH online programs. MRH cannot troubleshoot Internet issues or systems issues related to your personal device. You will need to contact your Internet or system provider for questions related to these issues. For technology support, click here.
Please leave a message that includes the issue you are having, the best number you can be reached, and an email address. This information is important so we can route the technology work orders to the appropriate personnel. A member of the tech team will respond as soon as possible.
Counseling Support for Students:
We know this may be a stressful time for our students. Our counselors, Mr. Byrne and Mrs. Thomas, will also have daily office hours. You can email them at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a check in or seek advice in how you can support your child during this time. Families who participate in programming through Youth in Need will hear directly from their Youth in Need provider about their next steps.