Family Resources

Below, you can find educational resources for families and students. These are not meant to be a substitute for classroom instruction, but will help students review information and practice skills during the closure.  Check Schoology for updates and information specific to your child’s school or classroom.


Junior High

High School

Digital Resources

Wide Open School

General Resources


Listen to a Great Book

Career & Tech Education

Karshner Museum Digital Artifacts

    Social Emotional Learning

Whether you are a student or an adult, we are all experiencing stress in some way as we deal with the COVID-19 pandemic. Deep breathing is one of the best ways to lower stress in your body and is a strategy that you can use anywhere at any time. Although everyone’s reactions are different, some signs that your body could be feeling stress are faster breathing, tense muscles, upset stomach, irritability, low energy, or insomnia. Intentionally breathing deeply sends a message to your brain to calm down and relax.

Click for some techniques to try the next time you feel stress in your body (or if you want to prevent stress from building up)

How are schools serving students with disabilities right now? Should teachers be grading student work? If so, how? Watch this week's address from Superintendent Reykdal to hear what he's thinking. 

Chris Reykdahl