Below are links to assist families in the process of learning.
1. Digital Education Handbook for Students: Handbook
2. Digital Education Handbook for Students in Spanish: Manual De Educacion Digital para Estudiantes
3. QSD District Help Links - Videios for Remote Learning Family and Student Tutorials
Please refer to the schedule below for the schedule of learning your child (ren) will be following while in remote learning.
After hours support is available for our families!
If you need support in the evenings, your school and technology department is here to help!
Depending on your issue, please reach out to your school or the Technology Department, Mondays-Fridays from 5-7pm
¡Hay apoyo disponible para nuestras familias después de horas!
Si necesita apoyo por las noches/tardes, su escuela y departamento de tecnología están aquí para ayudarle.
Dependiendo de su problema, póngase en contacto con su escuela o con el Departamento de Tecnología, de lunes a viernes de 5 a 7pm
Distribution of Materials:
- Chromebooks, ear buds, carrying case, tech resource guide
- Student handbooks
- Wonders Key Book
- Wonders Lock Book
- Wonders Consumable Workbooks:
* Your-Turn Practice Book or
* Close Reading Companion
- See chart by grade level
|Student Math Materials||K||K||K||K||K||K|
|Bridges Student Book||X||X||X||X|
|Number Corner Student Book||X||X||X||X||X|
|Manipulatives Student Kit||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|"Whiteboard" with Marker||X||X||X||X||X||X|
|Student Number Rack and/or Bead String Kit|
CLEVER PORTAL ACCESS
The Clever portal, which has many links to Quincy School District approved websites including Connect Ed which has your student's reading content. This can be accessed through many forms of technology devices at:
The username is your student’s email (ex. studentIDemail@example.com) and the password is the student’s date of birth in the YYMMDD format (ex. If birthday is March 17th, 2020, password is 200317).
For Students & Families from the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction
In response to school closures due to COVID-19, OSPI content experts have curated a selection of links to external organizations providing high-quality online educational materials – courses, lessons, videos, physical and outdoor activity suggestions, etc. Please note that in many cases, these resources are free to use online but are not openly licensed for wide scale reuse and adaptation. These resources were carefully chosen for their alignment to Washington State K–12 Learning Standards (or a recognized equivalent) and/or direct experience with effective implementation with students.
Social Distancing Guidance
Schools are closed to keep students away from each other so they don’t spread germs to each other and to the community. These school closures should not be treated as spring or summer break. Parents and families should do their best to keep students away from each other and others. This means no large playdates, sleepovers, or parties. Parents should aim to keep their children active during the closure – taking them for walks, to the park, bike rides, and other outdoor or indoor fitness activities – but should strive to keep children out of large groups for the time being. Read more about social distancing from the state Department of Health.
For more information please see: https://www.k12.wa.us/about-ospi/press-releases/novel-coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-resources
Monument Elementary is a PBIS school
PBIS is short for Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports and it is a way to create a safer school using evidence-based practices and data. The main parts of our PBIS program are:
Thanks to our PBIS program, Monument Elementary continues to become safer, more inclusive, and more supportive for all students.