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The Reed-Custer staff recognizes the importance of engaging our students in the learning process not only during our current circumstances, but during all times of the year. We encourage you to utilize the links below to do just that. There are a variety of resources, organized by building, to help keep your son/daughter’s learning process active. If you have any questions, please contact your building principal for guidance and support.​​​​​

​​​ Additional RCES Learning Opportunities​
Scholastic's Learn-at-Home has put together a wonderful K-12 week by week curriculum.​
Engage with all things National Geographic including videos, games, and at home science experiments. ​
Khan Academy - K-12 students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning with specific lessons across all content. 
Take a creative break and whip up your own graphic novel. Jarret J. Krosoczka, author of the Lunch Lady graphic novel series, is hosting a daily drawing webcast at 1pm.​
​Have you ever tried Yoga? Here is a link to Cosmic Kids Yoga.  Each Yoga adventure centers around a different theme, idea, movie or book. The videos are for all ages PreK and up. I tried the Harry Potter Yoga.... it was fun but I am not very flexible! There are some yoga videos for Star Wars fans, Frozen fans, unicorn fans, etc. Check it out!​
 
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​​​ Additional RCMS Learning Opportunities​
Khan Academy - K-12 students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning with specific lessons across all content. 
Explore authentic science research projects​ from scientists across the nation.
Run your own presidential campaign, take over a law firm, or argue realSupreme Court cases at iCivics.​   These interactive games take Social Studies to a whole new level by putting you in the middle of the action. 
Scholastic's Learn-at-Home has put together a wonderful K-12 week by week curriculum.​
Keep your skills sharp by practicing math, English, science, social studies, and Spanish every day.  IXL allows you to complete quick check-in assessments​ (up to 10 free per day) at your own grade level and pace. Start by working your way through some grade level practice problems. 



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​​​ Additional RCHS Learning Opportunities​​
Khan Academy - K-12 students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning with specific lessons across all content. All RCHS students should already have College Board and Khan Academy accounts ready to go, but one is not needed to begin learning. ​ We encourage our RCHS Students to visit their SAT Practice.
NewsELA - ​Access free news articles drafted specifically for student engagement. Articles are organized by content area and include quick educational activities that can serve as a discussion point for you and your student.
Test your knowledge by competing against your student in a Kahoot or Quizziz activity. These game-based learning platforms offer content review across subject areas. 
​No permission slips required.  Take a Virtual Field Trip withDiscovery Education​ while sitting at home in your living room.  These virtual events take students to amazing places and give them remarkable experiences without leaving home.
XELLO Career Cruising is a learning platform built on academic and user research that places the student at the center of their college and career planning experience. Ask to see your student’s account (accessed through Powerschool) to discuss completed lessons and their personalized plans for their future.​

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