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School Board Information

A Message from the Kelleys Island School Board

As the school year winds down, let's remember all the lessons we learned.  Our students gained valuable knowledge and skills through active instruction and engaging experiences. They reached higher academic levels and grew both socially and emotionally.  Our entire staff has dedicated themselves every day to teaching new skills, concepts and strategies as well as kindness and respect.  A special thank you to parents and families for your support and advocating for your children.

Have a happy, safe and healthy summer!

 

 

 

Return to Classroom Plan

    Kelleys Island School Ready For Students

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Kelleys Island School will be starting back this fall on Tuesday, September 1st with classes held every day in person.

All students and staff will be required each day to have temperature checks taken before entering the building.  A temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will result in not being allowed into the building.  Masks will be worn at all times by students and staff.  At the discretion of the teacher, and if students are properly distanced, masks may be removed when directed.  Of course, we will remain in compliance with all mandates.  All classrooms will operate at a distance of six feet from others.

Upon arrival, before lunch and after recess, as well as restroom breaks, regular hand washing and sanitizing will be scheduled.  Restroom breaks will be limited one person at a time.  Each student will have their own hand sanitizing supplies issued to them only.  Each student will be responsible for their own water bottle each day since all drinking fountains have been disconnected for public use.

All desktops, door handles, and high contact areas will be sanitized regularly during the school day.  Also at least 3 times a week the classrooms and hallways will be disinfected.

Our goal is to make Kelleys Island School the safest learning environment as possible.  Other than school staff and students, the school will remain closed for public use.  Than you for your understanding and cooperation .

Remember to social distance, wear a mask, and wash your hands.

Thank you and stay safe

Phil Thiede, Superintendent

            Parent and Teacher Resources                    

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With the close of schools and children working from home, teaching has definitely changed for awhile.  Teachers are doing their teaching remotely and parents have become the teacher at home.  I wanted to share resources that might be helpful to all in meeting this challenge .  These resources are lesson plans, activities, discussions, virtual field trips and videos. There is something for all grade levels and curriculum areas.  I will add to this page often. I hope that these resources will be helpful.

                                                                                                                                                                                                 

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Educator Tools  includes more than 70,000 teacher-approved lesson plans, best practices, articles, websites, and other instructional materials to support personalized learning, project-based learning, and the inquiry process. Many learning activities can be completed remotely and online.

Digital Video Collection (DVC). DVC videos support all curriculum areas and Ohio's Learning Standards. Segmented and downloadable, most include teacher guides. Use the DVC videos in the classroom or at home.

Activities & Lesson Plans through INFOhio Instructional Bags and the IWonder Genius Hour lesson plan

 


77 Simple STEM Activities for Families
Take a walk in the backyard, go to a museum, fix a broken toy (instead of throwing it away) search the ground for bugs and much much more.

http://dailystem.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/77-STEM-activities-for-Families.pdf

 

20 Virtual Field Trips To Take With Your Kids
Virtual field trips are a great way to expose kids to new places right from your home. Visit museums, zoos and aquariums from around the world.

https://adventuresinfamilyhood.com/20-virtual-field-trips-to-take-with-your-kids.html?fbclid=IwAR2ls496-gspiDRl_Aq4d9uOLoICj1bN1sm-ZElkwfS4f2B_f_xU1v6bCWA

Worksheets, printables and lessons
This website provides worksheets and printable activities for practice in math, reading,and writing for every grade level Preschool - High School and includes a section on Best Teaching Ideas.

https://www.edhelper.com/

 

 

Indoor Scavenger Hunt

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Kids YogaKid Yoga videos 
https://preschoolinspirations.com/kid-yoga-videos/

This website, by using Yoga provides tools to help children learn to: 

  •  manage stress
  • build their concentration
  • increase their confidence
  • and even work on gross motor skills.

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School News


School News

Kelleys Island Schools Field Station

Keep up to date on the Kelleys Island Schools FIeld Station information.

To check out all of the new and fun programing for the summer...click on the link below

Kelleys Island Schools Field Station

 

                                

       cross coutry     Kelleys Island School Running Club

Running Club Members

Josie Gaither
Charlie Poston
Caleb Poston
Vik Skeans
Nik Skeans

The Kelleys Island Running Club paricipated in the World Wide Welcome Youth Relay on Friday, MY 13, 2022.  This is part of the World Athletics Championship coming to the United States for the first time ever, July 15-24, 2022, in Eugene Oregon.  The world Championships will draw the best track and field athletes from over 200 countries from around the world.  

Making Tracks a youth engagement program by WCH Oregon has invited youh groups in helping welcome the world to Oregon by taking on a one-mile leg of the World Wide Welcome (WWW) Youth Relay!  The Kelleys Island Running Club participaed in a relay by running 400 meters then pssing the baton to a teammate.  This was repeated 4X by each runner to make their individual total of one mile and the team toltal 5miles.  Each relay is dedicated tp a global track and field team on its way to WCH Oregon22.  The Kelleys Island Running Club was asssigned to welcome the nations of Syria and Iraq.  We received a relay leg kit including an official WWW relay baton, banners, and flags.  Our photos and videos will be shared with those athletes at WCH Oregon22!  The WWW Youth Relay is part of the 100-day countdown to the World Athletics Championship Oregon22, from April 8 to July 14

We would like to thank everyone who supported this event; families, friends, community organizations, businesses, The Kelleys Island School and staff! 

School Board Information

A Message from the Kelleys Island School Board

As the school year winds down, let's remember all the lessons we learned.  Our students gained valuable knowledge and skills through active instruction and engaging experiences. They reached higher academic levels and grew both socially and emotionally.  Our entire staff has dedicated themselves every day to teaching new skills, concepts and strategies as well as kindness and respect.  A special thank you to parents and families for your support and advocating for your children.

Have a happy, safe and healthy summer!

 

 

 

School News

Kelleys Island Schools Field Station

Keep up to date on the Kelleys Island Schools FIeld Station information.

To check out all of the new and fun programing for the summer...click on the link below

Kelleys Island Schools Field Station

 

                                

       cross coutry     Kelleys Island School Running Club

Running Club Members

Josie Gaither
Charlie Poston
Caleb Poston
Vik Skeans
Nik Skeans

The Kelleys Island Running Club paricipated in the World Wide Welcome Youth Relay on Friday, MY 13, 2022.  This is part of the World Athletics Championship coming to the United States for the first time ever, July 15-24, 2022, in Eugene Oregon.  The world Championships will draw the best track and field athletes from over 200 countries from around the world.  

Making Tracks a youth engagement program by WCH Oregon has invited youh groups in helping welcome the world to Oregon by taking on a one-mile leg of the World Wide Welcome (WWW) Youth Relay!  The Kelleys Island Running Club participaed in a relay by running 400 meters then pssing the baton to a teammate.  This was repeated 4X by each runner to make their individual total of one mile and the team toltal 5miles.  Each relay is dedicated tp a global track and field team on its way to WCH Oregon22.  The Kelleys Island Running Club was asssigned to welcome the nations of Syria and Iraq.  We received a relay leg kit including an official WWW relay baton, banners, and flags.  Our photos and videos will be shared with those athletes at WCH Oregon22!  The WWW Youth Relay is part of the 100-day countdown to the World Athletics Championship Oregon22, from April 8 to July 14

We would like to thank everyone who supported this event; families, friends, community organizations, businesses, The Kelleys Island School and staff!