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The most up to date information will be posted on our Classdojo page. Please contact me through the app or through email with any questions or  concerns.  



School Closure Suggested Schedule:

The district's phase 4 guidelines state, all students should spend an hour reviewing each subject area every week.That means, an hour for Reading, Writing, Math, Social Studies/Science, and encore. This makes for a total of at least 5 hours a week of remote learning. I highly recommend using the choice boards created and posted each week to achieve this continued learning goal. All material given is a review for your child. As a district, we are not assigning any new standards at this time.  


June 1st-5th:Choice Board
May 25th - 29th:Choice Board
May 18th - 22nd:Choice Board
May 11th - 15th: Choice Board
May 4th - 8th: Choice Board
April 27th - May 1st:
Choice Board
April 20th - 24th:
Choice Board
April 14th- 17th:
Choice Board , April 6th - April 10th: Spring Break BINGO!
March 30th - April 3rd:
Choice Board


**Please click the tab to the left of the screen titled, "Home Learning" to find activties that are not technology based. Below is a list of websites we use that are technology based:

PebbleGo | Capstone Library
You have been set up with free remote access to PebbleGo, PebbleGo Next and Capstone Interactive eBooks. We hope these resources are helpful to your school and your students during this sensitive time.

Student Access Instructions

  • PebbleGo (English & Spanish):
    • Visit and click "Sign In"
    • Username: engaged
    • Password: learning
  • PebbleGo Next:
  • Capstone Interactive eBooks:


This year, PWCS implemented a new math curriculum called Origo. I am excited that you can now access their curriculum from home!

ORIGO At Home provides an intentional daily routine organized to introduce, reinforce, and extend the math concepts and skills students typically learn at this point in the school year.

Each of the weeks provides 5 daily activities organized around a specific math topic. To help establish a rhythm for learning at home, each day of the week has a focus:
Monday - Read & Discuss
Tuesday - Hands on Math
Wednesday - Problem-solving
Thursday - Game Day (Digital Practice)
Friday - Practice 

Depending on your families needs and resources, you might complete multiple activities in a day or skip an activity from time to time. The learning from the Monday activity is especially important to set the week up for success, so I encourage you to complete the activities in order, even if you do not complete them all.

To start:
Choose United States, First Grade, and start at Week 1.
The lesson plan format provides everything needed for instruction and is written so that caregivers can implement it on their own. Students can engage in the work on a device or resources can be downloaded for printing. You can even print out all of the resources ahead of time to prepare for the week! Student resources are also available in Spanish.

A message from ABC Mouse:
We are providing you with free at-home access to our online learning programs ABCmouse, Adventure Academy, and ReadingIQ while your child’s school is closed. These research-based educational programs include thousands of digital learning activities, and they can help preschool, pre-k, elementary, and middle school students keep learning while schools are closed. All three programs can be used on computers, tablets, and smartphones, and you can add up to three children per account!
How to Get Your Free Accounts 
**NOTE: This will NOT work if you are not located within our district. You MUST be in Prince William County**
1. Click on the link below for each program. 
2. Enter this School Code: SCHOOL7771
3. Create an account using your personal email address and a password of your choice.

For Children in Preschool Through 2nd Grade

For Children in 3rd Through 8th Grade

For Children in Preschool Through 6th Grade (Internet access is not needed after ReadingIQ is downloaded.)

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Here are some websites for science based technology lessons: - great videos and resources on science/math topics - online simulations for science - online science games - Nasa science games

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In the past, our students really enjoyed the Boosterthon activities!


The students really enjoyed the videos at home, so they decided to make their platform available to all schools in America, for the rest of the school year! Here is how you can enjoy Boosterthon at home:



  • There’s no cost to register
  • 75+ streaming videos with character topics and fitness exercises (PBIS, SEL, STEAM, etc.)
  • You can easily register at Access Code: AtHome


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To access Dreambox Learning from home: 
Click this link
Click "No Classroom Code" on the right.
Click "Rosa - 1 - Barnes" 
Click your childs name
Your child will click their password/picture


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To access IXL from home:
Click this link
Your child can access Math AND Language Arts on IXL. 
Your child's username and password are taped to the front of the goldie binder. If you need the username and password, please message me on Remind 101 so I can send it to you. 

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To access Mrs. Money's webpage for enrichment activities, please click this link:

BrainPOP Homepage
To access BrainPOP Jr. from home:
Go to
Click "Log In" the upper right hand corner and type in:
Username: Goldie 
Password: 22193

BrainPOP Jr. has many different learning videos paired with numerous activites. The students LOVE this resource!
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Our class loves our weekly readers published by Scholastic. Scholastic offers a Learn at Home program where students can access materials for THREE HOURS a day! This is an amazing opportunity for students to extend their learning at home. There are articles and stories, videos, and fun learning challenges. I highly encourage families to take advantage of this in case of school closures. 
To access Scholastic Learn at Home:
Go to:
Scroll down and choose: Grades 1 & 2