E Learning

Good morning and welcome to our E-Learning Day! Please complete the assignments throughout the day so we can continue our scheduled lessons once we return to school. I will be available throughout the day via e-mail, calthoff@mcas.k12.in.us, or Class Dojo if you have questions.

  • March 26, 2020




    ********See Math Resource Charts at the bottom of the page if needed. 


    First Grade: 

    I CAN: Add single digit numbers.

    I CAN: Type out sounds & blend into words.

    Go to Ms. Pryor's page and complete the Exit ticket. This counts for your attendance!!! Then continuing working on the Math and Reading packets that were sent home with you!


    Second Grade:  If you did not recieve a packet: Go to Miss Korpak's page and complete the reading, math and writing assignments near the bottom under the green text for your assingments and accomodations.


    If you recieved a packet to complete: Complete the assignments listed below for second grade. Complete the Exit ticket below the assignment. This counts for your attendance! 



    I Can...

    Add single digit numbers



    • Complete page 24 & 25 in math packet using Touchmath strategy.

    Work to turn in:

    Page  24 & 25



    I Can...

    Tap out sounds and blend sounds in a word.

    Write a CVC word.

    Recognize that words put together form a sentence.


    Complete pages 13 & 14 in your ELA packet. Now take the words you've been learning and work on making and understanding complete sentences using those words.

    Work to turn in: Pages 13 & 14


    Exit Ticket  



    Third Grade:

    I CAN: Understand area.

    Rewatch Wednesday's video by going to Ms.Lesko's web page and clicking on video. Then in your Ready math book turn to Lesson 28, and solve questions #20 & #21 on page 313. Next complete XMath. Last, be sure and complete the Google form so you are counted as present for attendance.


    Fourth Grade: 

    I CAN: Identify elements in poetry!

    In your Ready reading books turn to page 308 and enjoy the poem titled The Crocodile by Lewis Carroll. Then, on page 309 answer question #1. Next, go to page 310 and answer question #3. Great Job! You are all done!!!








    If you have any questions or need anything today, please email me


    Thanks and have a safe eLearning day,

    Mrs. Althoff