Welcome to Our ClassroomName: Mrs. KennardPhone: 609-978-5700, ext. 1298Email:MRS. KENNARD'S ClassHello to all my little piglets!I know this is going to be a new adventure which we can all talk about when we return!Make sure to take a few pictures and draw with your preschooler so we can share experiences. This will be different and can still be a positive experience for all. Please stay healthy and remember to cover coughs and wash your hands often. Remember to email me so we can stay in touch!The best way to contact me during our remote learning is by Email:email@example.comThis is Our Oxy video missing all our little ones!Here is a great story shared by one of our Oxycocus teachers. Please click the link and read with your child.
Seeing people in masks Another very informative picture book for preschoolers.
Please remember as you are going through the At Home Learning Lessons to save samples of your child's work.
This will be very helpful and used to add to their existing "Piggy Portfolio."
Thank You so much for those who have already done so!
Friday June 12th "Hawaiian/Beach day" Show your school spirit and have fun!
Please note: if any students need a Chromebook for the Extended School Year program they will need to keep the one they have, or pick one up on June 1st, 8th, or 15th at the McKinley Avenue Elementary School from 10am-6pm.
Books for kids: www.getepic.com/students login ajm9004
From Mr. S. and Mrs. Coppola~If your child has speech please check out Mrs. Eldridge's and/or Ms. Wunder's (at Intermediate School) teacher webpages for speech and language tips/suggestions/activities. Thank You!Parent Resources belowStaying POAC Family Strong During COVID-19Dear POAC Family,I always refer to POAC as a family, for that is what we truly are. If you are reading this you are a vital part of our family, of my family. The Mantra of POAC is “Making Lives Better Every Day” and we are doing just that for you, your children, and the incredible professionals who work with our families all year long.COVID-19 has changed all of our lives and for kids who thrive on routine it is really, really hard. The good news is POAC is here to help, you are not alone. We are available by phone or email at firstname.lastname@example.org and continue to provide the support and services you rely on. Please join us for:1) POAC’s online support group the New Jersey Autism Warriors: This is the largest Facebook group for parents of children on the spectrum. We have over 4,700 NJ families in this group ready to help one another. Parents can join us for suggestions, tips, support and, yes, virtual hugs.2) Story Time with Mr. Gary: If you miss Mr. Gary, you don’t need to go cold turkey! Join us every weekday at 11:15 am for Story Time with Mr. Gary. He reads a different story every each day.3) Virtual recreational: Our events take place every week on our facebook page including: live music, yoga and more for all of our families.4) Questions for the BCBA: Get advice, answers to your questions, and learn how you can best care for and address issues with your child.5) Weekly Webinars for parents and professionals: Join us for a host of topics brought to you every week.6) Updated Resources and Tips: POAC is providing information for our families to best handle this challenging time.7) Continuing Support Online and Over the Phone: As always you can call or email POAC at email@example.com. If you leave a voicemail, we will call you back.I promise you all that this rough time will pass, and we will all be together soon. POAC has so many incredible events planned once we can all hang out again. So many have been asking about specific events. Yes: we will still have all of our walk-a-thons this year, so please sign up now at www.poacwalk.org We may have to move the dates but we will still have them all. The Easter Egg Hunt will happen with thousands of eggs and surprises even if it is late, and we will still have more eggs than you can carry. Surfing, Carnivals, BBQ’s, Swimming and more will all be business as usual.Please stay safe and know that we are here and that we love you all. Let’s all stay POAC Family Strong!Sincerely,Gary WeitzenPOAC Autism ServicesReplyReply allForwardCute story for kids about social distancinghttps://m.youtube.com/watch?v=
virtually-ride-disney- attractions/?fbclid= IwAR087dWpVDK5lWKfnYVH3h4_ LvUMgD53HW09kThENpaaDcA2i8SJW8 bec8IParents please go to www.getepic.com/students log in with class code ajm9004 then select your child's name (free through June)AGAIN A REMINDER TO PLEASE SHARE HOW YOU ARE DOING AT HOME and WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN DOING EVEN IF IT IS MODIFIED FROM OUR PACKETSThanks so much for sharing! "A picture is worth a thousand words!" My grandmother used to always say that to me!Looking forward to your responses and pictures when possible. Thank you and stay firstname.lastname@example.orgPLEASE BE SURE TO CHECK OUT THIS FREE ACCESS TO ABC MOUSEAutism.com resources http://goboardmaker.com/pages/boardmaker-onlinehttp://www.ageoflearning.com/schoolshttp://www.Scholastic.comlearnathome